Children’s Theater Festival presents the 41st annual day of family-friendly arts.
The shows are fabulous, and equally fun are all the goings-on on Melrose Avenue! You can stop by during lunch or throughout the day.
The Food Court. Local church and school groups offer a variety of eating choices to keep you going.
The Community Stage. Enjoy performances by local talent, including the Pacolet Junior Appalachian Musicians, Dance Dynamics, and Foothills Gymnastics!
The Melrose Avenue Parade. This year’s theme celebrates our 40th birthday. Make a birthday hat and join our performers in strutting your stuff down Melrose Avenue! Gather in front of the Congregational Church at 12:15. The parade to TFAC begins at 12:30.
And as always, there will be many more ways to have fun on the Avenue. The following are the activities from March 2018. Look for similar great ways to have fun on our next Super Saturday!
- Asheville Aerial Arts
- Jacob Brooks, Chalk Artist
- Mr. Cheng, paper cutter
- FENCE Peoplechase
- Jerry Frazee, caricaturist
- Joshua Grubbs, caricaturist
- Lee Mobley, chalk artist
- PacJAM Instrument Petting Zoo
- Polk County High School Key Club Face Painting
- St. Luke’s Hospital
Where should we park?
Parking is available along North and South Trade Streets, on McCown Street, behind Bank of America, behind the Episcopal Church, and across the street from the Congregational Church. And as you turn off Trade Street and drive up over the railroad tracks by Morris the Horse on Pacolet Street, take the immediate right fork before the buildings start on Pacolet, and there is a parking lot back there. You’ll park just once for all of Super Saturday’s activities.
Location: TFAC & Surrounding Venues