Frequently Asked Questions
What is this event?
The Trophy Club Women's Club (TCWC), together with the Town of Trophy Club and Beck Ventures, is hosting this first annual Mother's Day Celebration of the Arts and natural Garden beauty in the newly-opened Trophy Club Town Center (TCTC). The relaxed and festive atmosphere will feature local artisans, nursery displays, a wide variety of foods and beverages and fun entertainment. There will be something for everyone with children's activities, wine and beer tastings, local bands and a feast for the eyes.
What is Trophy Club Women's Club and why are they launching this event?
Trophy Club Women's Club celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2020, having raised over $750,000 for scholarships and charitable grants. Its mission is to provide support, charitable contributions, active participation and service to local charities while encouraging friendship and growth through social, educational, wellness and philanthropic events. The goal of this Festival is three-fold: raise money for local charities, bring the Arts to Trophy Club, and create an event that will bring together the Metroport communities of Trophy Club, Westlake, Roanoke, Northlake, Justin, Argyle and Haslet. We're starting in Trophy Club and hope to expand this to our surrounding towns, helping to create a greater community of friendship and celebration.
What caliber of artist will be featured?
The intent is to offer gallery-quality artists. Applicants will be evaluated by a jury of experienced artists and chosen on the quality of their art, presentation and professionalism.
Where do I park?
A map of available parking areas will be available on this site one month before the show. There is ample parking in Town Center and surrounding church/business parking areas. Golf cart shuttles will be available for offsite parking.
Do I need tickets?
There is no admission fee for the Festival. Tickets are required for all food and drink purchases and the children's activities. Easily identified ticket booths are located throughout the Festival.
Are dogs allowed?
Please do not bring your pets. This is not a comfortable or safe environment for furry friends. The Festival is extremely crowded. The pavement is hot and dogs can easily overheat. Pet services are not available.
Certified guide and service dogs are permitted.
How do I exhibit?
Artists interested in exhibiting at the Mother's Day Art and Garden Festival submit applications in the fall/winter. Artist applications progress through a jury process and invitations to exhibit are sent on March 17.
We invite businesses interested in participating or sponsorship to acquire more information available here: (https://www.tcwcartandgardenfestival.com/sponsorship)
Artists may apply via: https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=9112
Applications also reside on our website: https://www.tcwcartandgardenfestival.com/information-for-artists
Will there be entertainment?
YES! There is a stage in the middle of the Festival area and will feature local programming. (Entertainment schedule coming).
Can I help?
Absolutely! The Festival requires over 150+ volunteers and we welcome those who would like to help with this wonderful event. Contact Tiffany Nimphius if you're interested in volunteering (firstname.lastname@example.org)