People from all over the metro area visited Olde Town Arvada to check out the wares of 130 vendors for the second year of the Jackalope Arts Festival Aug. 5 and 6.
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About 4,000 attendees came to the festival, which does not charge for admission. Jackalope was first held in Olde Town in 2021.
“We really enjoy that we finally found a home in the Denver area that seems to embrace our mission and our concept, and it feels great to be in a community that’s so supportive of everything we do,” Jackalope Co-Founder Sara Diederich said.
Diederich said that Jackalope organizers are hoping to return to Arvada next year.
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