April 1, 2019 by
Photography by Kaylie Clineff

Omaha Magazine sprang its way into Ralston Arena Saturday, March 31, for the Spring Festival, an arts and craft fair. This event takes place every March, with the Autumn Festival happening every November.

The three-day event is one of the top 100 shows in the country, with over 500 crafters and artists from 30 different states. Huffman Productions, the promoter of the Spring and Autumn Festivals, have been around since 1983 and produced over 250 arts and crafts shows throughout the Midwest. 

Shoppers can find handcrafted items, unique home decor and furniture, personalized gifts, and many more unique, one-of-a-kind items.

Attendees enjoy supporting the artists each year because of the personal connection they develop with vendors.

Mike (left) of Mike's seasonings and coworker

This year there were four stations filled with artists’ work. Each station featured a large variety of items anywhere from food, clothing, kids knickknacks, and all-natural skin care!

Although all four sections were crowded, they had volunteers around every corner to help you navigate through the maze of treasures.

From Easter decorations to clothing to spices, there was something for everybody here, which is why this is a great event for all ages.

Those interested in attending or having their own booth can visit hpifestivals.com for more information. 


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Greeters at spring festival information table