Stanwood Camano Arts Festivals (SCAFS) - Most frequently asked questions.


What is Stanwood Camano Arts Festivals?

Stanwood Camano Arts Festivals is a non-profit organization with a 501c3 tax status which allows Stanwood Camano Arts Festivals to receive grants and private funding that are tax deductable donations.  Stanwood Camano Arts Festivals raises money through arts festivals (sponsorships, future sales of merchandise, booth fees, silent auction and non-profit management of booths within the festival (Root beer float garden/beer and wine garden/main music stage management/sip and paints)).  The monies raised during the festival both pay for the festival itself as well as provide extra funds which are in turn donated back to the local community.  All of the board members and people involved with Stanwood Camano Arts Festivals are volunteers and volunteer all of their services.


What events does SCAFS offer?

SCAFS will be producing several events during the year.  These events include the Stanwood Camano Art Festival.  In 2019, the festival will be held Fri/Sat/Sun, July (12-14) 2019  Watch our website Stanwoodcamanoartsfestivals.org and/or SCAFS.info for up to date information on upcoming events including:

The Mother's Day Festival May (10-12 & 18-19) 2019 at Camano Commons on Camano Island

Summer Arts Jam July (12-14) 2019 in Downtown Stanwood

All Hallows' Eve October (25-26) 2019 at Camano Commons on Camano Island


When are the festivals?

The Mother's Day Festival May (10-12 & 18-19) 2019 at Camano Commons on Camano Island

Summer Arts Jam July (12-14) 2019 in Downtown Stanwood

All Hallows' Eve October (25-26) 2019 at Camano Commons on Camano Island


Where are the festivals held?

The Mother's Day Festival May (10-12 & 18-19) 2019 at Camano Commons on Camano Island (Formerly Terry's Corner)

Summer Arts Jam July (12-14) 2019 in Downtown Stanwood.  The base of the festival is in front of the Stanwood Police Station

All Hallows' Eve October (25-26) 2019 at Camano Commons on Camano Island (Formerly Terry's Corner)


Who can I contact about the festival?

Sally Pray is Director of the Stanwood Camano Arts Festivals.  She can be reached at Sallyprayscaf@yahoo.com


As an Artist how can I enter this festival?

The Stanwood Camano Art Festival is utilizing the Zapp company in 2018.  Artists must join Zapp (a free membership for artists) and utilize the Zapp program to enter the Stanwood Camano Art Festival.

The Zapp program is free for artists.  It is easy to join and enter/upload photos of your work and your booth.  A membership to Zapp lets you apply to may of the art shows in the Pacific Northwest beyond.  Zapp is a nationwide art show service.

To go to the Zapp website to learn more about the Zapp program, click on this link:

 Zapplication.org