Nov 13, 2021
Nov 14, 2021
A show of original works with nearly 200 artists from more than 20 states. Tent after colorful tent ranged along Columbia Street in historic downtown Covington, LA. Arts and crafts demonstrations. Music. Food. And lots of activities just for kids.
Three Rivers was established in 1997 with the sole mission of producing a high-quality arts festival each fall. The festival has become a regional favorite, attracting a sophisticated buying public and a talented group of artists and fine craftsmen each year.
A tentpole of St. Tammany's long-standing reputation as an arts-oriented community and Mecca for artists and art lovers, the festival takes place in the heart of the St. John District, with tents lining both sides of Columbia Street from the historic Covington Cemetery all the way to Rutland Street, which borders the town before the scenic Bogue Falaya River.
The district contains art galleries, an art supply store, clothing boutiques and restaurants, all of which display regional artists' works--not to mention the St. Tammany Art Association, host of the town's annual Spring for Art and Fall for Art festivals.
The festival supports and encourages art education for area school children by hosting a student art competition displayed during the festival. At the festival itself, the Children's Area offers hands-on activities and Arts Alive program provides live demonstrations by exhibiting artists during the day, so kids can either watch or participate in artistic creation.
Downtown Covington on Columbia Street
Covington, LA 70433
Phone: (985) 327-9797
Time: 10am - 5pm both days.