The last weekend in April is the time for th annual arts and crafts festival to celebrate the flowering dogwood trees. It is three days of vendors and original artists exhibiting their wares. The event is indoors and there are plenty of places to get a beverage or a snack to keep you going. Each vendor has a booth about 10-foot wide and there are hundreds of vendors scattered in the arena.
Admission is free and the only cost is what you pay for what you buy.
at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena
from route 7, take the 2nd Street Bridge over to Veterans Memorial Blvd and go east to 3rd Avenue then back track west a block or two on 3rd Avenue
from I-64, take exit 8 to route 527 north. connect to 8th Avenue and go east to 16th Street (route 10). go north on route 10 to 3rd Avenue and then west a couple blocks on 3rd Avenue
Huntington is a sprawling city with three major sections: West End, South Side ande East End.
in East End you have:
Beverly Hills... http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/db544/
in West End there is:
West Huntington (Central City)...
And South Side is comprised of: