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The Official Site For
The 23rd Annual Big Sur Jade Festival

OCTOBER 10th, 11th and 12th, 2014

NO CAMPFIRES, BBQ'S, or OPEN FLAME 

Friday 12 pm - 6 pm
Saturday 10 am -6 pm
Sunday 10 am - 5pm


 

Photos courtesy of Fred Ward

The 23rd Annual Big Sur Jade Festival will be held at Pacific Valley School, 

located 60 miles south of Monterey, 40 miles north of Cambria on beautiful Hwy. 1,

 across from Sanddollar Beach, in the Los Padres National Forest.

This event is a benefit for the Pacific Valley School PTO and the South Coast Community Land Trust.
The Big Sur Jade Festival features jade and other lapidary arts by artists from all across the USA, 

Canada, and New Zealand

It is one of the largest lapidary shows of it's type in the world.

The festival also features selected vendor art, fine food and 3 days of live entertainment.

This is an Alcohol free event NO Alcohol or Drugs

Please note we do not provide any camping on the grounds for patrons scroll below for info

 on places to stay

Admission is free !!!

 

FREE Lectures & Demostrations

 

Lectures for 2014 TBA

This year Dick Horan is Hosting a Pocket Piece competition, so bring your pocket pieces,

 they must be totally natural unworked to enter, just stop by Dick's booth, #25 Big Sur Jade Jewelry to sign up

Any time Friday or Sat. before 2 p.m. Competition and Judging will be from 2-3 on Sat.

 

Also this year Dick and Kenny Comello will hold a best in show contest pieces must be less than 10 lbs.

sign up with Kenny at the BBQ Booth 


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For General Questions or Vendor Info Please contact
Kirk Brock
P.O. Box 1349
Carmel Valley, CA 93924
831-659-3857
831-402-1143

Note: Currently ALL Vendor locations are taken.

Click here to see MUSIC line-up!


For those interested in performing Please contact
Syd Carr

805-242-1254


 

The 23rd Annual Big Sur Jade Festival
OCTOBER 10th, 11th and 12th, 2014

Jade Seminars !!!
Free Admission !!!

 

DIRECTIONS

LODGING

FOOD

CONTACT

The Big Sur Jade Festival is presented by: South Coast Community Land Trust and Pacific Valley School!