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// November 1st, 2012 // Comments Off // Uncategorized
The 43rd Annual Classic Wildlife Art Festival will be held on
July 13th and July 14th, 2013
at the Double Tree Hotel
click here for the 2013 Show Brochure click here for the 2013 Registration Form
If you are going to be attending the 2013 Wildfowl Art Classic, what better place to stay than the Doubletree? As you know we have held the PFDA Art Classic at the Doubletree for many years. Our costs depend on how many room nights we are able to pick up. Many members and non members call the Doubletree and book reservations for the show, but because they did not mention PFDA, they didn’t get the PFDAt rate for their room, and PFDA didn’t get credit for the room nights. So if you click on the link provided, and make your reservations on line, you will get the special PFDA rate, and PFDA will get credits for room nights. So if you are planning on attending, why not stay where the action is, and join the fun, make your reservations now. Click on this link: http://doubletree.hilton.com/en/dt/groups/personalized/R/RLSA-DT-PAC-20130711/index.jhtml
// January 29th, 2013 // Comments Off // Uncategorized
Ever thought about applying to participate in our show, but just never got around to it? Now PFDA is making it worthwhile for new artists to get a deal on show space. We are accepting applications for the upcoming 43rd Annual Pacific Flyway Wildlife Art Classic, held in Sacramento on July 13th and 14th. Here’s how it works: We are offering new artists a 50% discount on their booth space. Plus the first $500.00 of sales is commission free. So if you have been thinking about attending our show, this is your opportunity to participate and save 50% on your booth space. Fill out the artist’s application: ( PFDA 2013 Fine Art Application Form); following the instructions send it to Steele and Shelley Roberts-Ross. This is a limited time offer so fill out your application now to take advantage of this half price offer.
The Pacific Flyway Decoy Association was established in 1971 by a handful of carvers who sought to promote and preserve the North American tradition of hand-carved, wood decoys. They created the Wildfowl Art Festival to serve this purpose.
Let me take this opportunity to invite you to join one of the most unique and interesting organizations in the country. Whether your interests lie in carving, painting, decoy collecting, duck hunting or bird watching, this group is for you! As a non-profit organization, your active participation is encouraged. The more you contribute, the more rewarding and enjoyable it will be for you and everyone involved.
I would like to welcome you, in advance, to the Pacific Flyway Decoy Association.
Jim Burcio, Publicity Chairman