For the next few weeks thousands of visitors will be flocking to Tyler's historic Azalea District to take in all the beauty that Tyler's Azalea and Spring Flower Trail will have to offer. Visitors next weekend (as well as East Texans) can take part in the arts and crafts fair that will be open at Bergfeld Park in Tyler.

The annual event is hosted by Tyler Parks and Recreation and will feature more than 90 vendors on hand offering up thier hand made, hand crafted creations. Visitors will find pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, photography, candles, plants, quilts and a ton more from vendors from around the state.

A couple of new features have been added to this years event - a blacksmithing and wood turning demonstration areas along with a Kid's Zone area. For a small admission fee, kids can climb, bounce and bungee jump their way to happiness!

The arts and crafts fair is open Saturday, March 23rd 9am to 6pm and Sunday, March 24th 11am to 5p and admission is free. There will be a special free concert in the park Saturday evening from the East Texas Christian Jazz Band beginning at 6pm.

For more detailed information on the Azalea Trail, check the official website.