Tosa Fest – Sept. 11th & 12th, 2015 Wauwatosa Wisconsin Fine Art Show

Tosa Fest

September 11th & 12th, 2015 in the Historic Wauwatosa Village

Fine Art  Show is only on Saturday the September 12th, 2014

*New Venue as of 2012 On State Street by Noodles*

New start time Tosa Fest opens at 11 AM Set up will be 9:30 AM

Tosa Fest is in its 35th year started by the Village of Wauwatosa Task Force to showcase the Wauwatosa Culture and  historical Village. We have two main music stages, a kids area and numerous food Purveyors. It is a great all Family event.

A number of years ago we established our Tosa Fest Fine Art Show, it only happens on Saturday the weekend of the event. The Artisans are moving to State Street

We will be located by Noddles on Harwood Ave

We showcase emerging and Professional Artisans along with and Young Peoples art from our Wauwatosa Schools. This is a true celebration of all things Art from Wauwatosa and our surrounding communities.

2015 tosa fest application- CLICK Here

See and Read about Artists from 2013

See and read about the Artists for 2012

This is a  fundraiser and 10% of Artisan sales or commissions taken go to the Task Force who in turn re-distributes the profits back into Wauwatosa; via Student Scholarships, non-profit-Organizations. You can find more information on the TosaFest.org site below

More information on Past Tosa Fest Fine Art show click here

To see more on Tosa Fest see the Tosa Fest site click here

Map to Village village_of_wauwatosa_map 

The Little Red Store is now home to our Historical Society‘s new Wauwatosa Information Center.

A note from Wauwatosa’s Historical Society about our Little Red Store

Wauwatosa’s earliest commerce and  architecture are vital aspects of its historical character. The Little Red Store is an important  survivor from Wauwatosa’s earliest history, having served throughout the years as a dwelling, the oldest remaining post office building in Milwaukee County,  a railroad station, general store, library, a place for political groups, harness shop, grocery, and plumbing shop. Many of the trades the building sheltered are things of the past that deserve to be commemorated for their contributions  to the development of  Wauwatosa.