Save the Date: 5th Annual Lavender Festival, July 10-12, 2015

 The 2015 Art Contest winner is "Lavender Sentinel" artist: Gary Hauschulz

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Festival committee updates:

March 22, 2015

Dear Friends of the Festival: We are so excited to having you at our weekend event! I have some great people working on our event and I hope that you are looking forward to coming.

One of these great people are our friends at the Clarion Inn Hotel on Horizon Drive. They will serve as our host hotel this year. Jeff and April are preparing a warm welcome for you. The hotel is 100% smoke free. Each sleep room provides a coffee maker, flat screen 32” television with HBO & ESPN, a free newspaper, local phone calls, and wireless internet. Other amenities include both indoor and outdoor pools with spas, an exercise room, an onsite restaurant, and a large atrium and recreation center.

Our special hotel rate with the Clarion Inn is $79.00 per night and includes a hot complimentary breakfast. Click here for rates  or call – and ask to book a room under “Colorado Lavender Festival” and the same rate will apply.  This special room rate is available starting July 9th thru July 11th. However, if you need another night they will be glad to accommodate you.  The staff is providing us a hospitality room which will serve as a central location to meet before the tours disembark on Friday and is available to the guest for the weekend if you want to meet and visit new friends that you make during your stay.

What's to come

Colorado's ONLY lavender festival in historic downtown Palisade. Located in Western Colorado along the I-70 corridor, getting here is a quick 4-hour drive or 1-hour flight from Denver or Salt Lake City.

 Friday motor coach tourto lavender farms on the western slope. More information coming soon

Saturday Festival in Palisade Memorial Park.

 We hope to see you on Saturday July 11, 2015 at the Memorial Park in Palisade. The festival will run from 9am – 4 pm and is free to the public.  We will have over 30 vendors selling assorted lavender products as well as a host of bath & body products, artisans, and jewelry. Not to worry, we will also have a few food vendors and don’t forget the wine. We are in wine country, as you know.  There will be demonstrations, seminars, and workshops. See links below for the full lineup.  David and Tamara will entertain us while you shop with their lively music back under the shade trees in the park.

Don’t forget, we will also have cooking demonstrations during the middle of day highlighting some of the many uses of lavender in the culinary world.

Be sure to stop by the LAWC tent during your visit. This year we will be hosting a silent auction of some of our past poster art work. We will have a membership table set up for you to ask questions about the organization as well as merchandise for sale. You won't want to miss our main event.

 Feast in the Field

The festival continues that evening with a Feast in the Field at Adobe Creek Farm on 1181 21 Road. Randy and Nanette are working hard to prepare a place for all of us to join them for a four course meal being prepared by Josh Niernberg of Bin 707 from down town Grand Junction. The feast starts at 6:30 Saturday evening along with a cash bar.   The tickets for the meal are $50.00 each. Links to purchase coming soon.  What a great way to end the day of another beautiful lavender festival.

 Sunday is the free lavender farms tour on the Western Slope from Paonia to Fruita to Palisade and points in between. Tour information coming soon.

   Saturday Seminars

Vendor Application

Art Contest

PAST FESTIVAL INFORMATION:

Lavender Festival 2014 info here

Enjoy a look at the 2013 Festival from The Daily Sentinel.
Take a virtual 2013 Festival Farm tour on our new  LAWC YouTube channel.
A list of the 2013 Festival Sponsors.

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