The Little Owl Music and Arts Festival has been providing Chattanoogans with arts, music and great food vendors for the past four years, and this Saturday the whole family can expect the fifth year to be a real “hoot”.
The festival is being held at Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. With local artists like Walker Hall, who is known for his handmade bird egg renderings, as well as many other fine arts vendors, art lovers will find no shortage of booths to browse for unique pieces.
A full lineup of onstage entertainment is also planned for this family friendly event with folk music, a storyteller, a Chattanooga Zoo wildlife demonstration and a live show from Organized Kaos.
Kamelot Cotton Candy, known for their fresh made cotton candy sculptures, will delight foodies and children alike with sweets so adorable you’ll almost feel bad eating them. Even the young artist of the family will have a chance to showcase their skills in the student poster contest, open to any student in the tri-state area.
Festivalgoers will be charged $7 per person or $15 per carload making this not only an exceptionally entertaining way to spend your Saturday but also an extremely affordable one.