Tamarac Arts and Craft Festival The Tamarac Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the City of Tamarac, presents the second annual Arts and Craft Festival at the Tamarac Community Center.The Arts & Crafts festival was hugely successful last year, this year the organizers are hoping to go one better.This year the event features a selection of local and visiting artists including: painting, clay, sculpture, glass, wood, jewelry and more. All artists will be on hand to display their original works of art.In addition to art, there will be artisans selling their crafts, such as, homemade soaps, lotions, soy candles, and jams, all-natural skin care and even art for your lawn.Cultural Entertainment on the City stage with 15 plus performances from all ethnic backgrounds, non-profit organizations and aspiring future superstars will entertain throughout the day.A giant coloring book by artist Alejandra Abad and a spontaneous pop-up artist both sponsored by Tamarac Public Art, will also be on show.On Saturday April 1st, 10 am, there will be a Robotics Exposition indoors that will showcase teams of youngsters passionate about Robotics. Come out and see an amazing demonstration by our future generation. This program inspires students on how to get involved in the robotic community – everyone is welcome to attend.Students from the J P Taravella & Piper High School will be exhibiting their hard work in the arts, while a children’s area will also host interactive art stations by Tamarac Buddhist Temple and EZ-Art.A Festival and Fashion Show featuring Community and Church Leaders will also be a feature of the festival. Coordinated by Profil Management, there will be a showcase of several local designers including Rebel Nerdz, who have created one-of-a-kind fashions for each model.This festival has been endorsed and sponsored by the City of Tamarac, Pacifica Forest Trace, Waste Management, City Furniture, McArthy’s Affordable Medical Supply, ReMax InterAction Realty, FP&L, Coral Springs Auto Mall, Melba Ballard – State Farm, Smart Replace Corp, Bath Crest, Tamarac Public Art and the Chamber volunteers.