Sharing the Yard Art Day Love

It’s here! Yard Art Day 2020!

Here in the Carolinas, Mother Nature has promised us a warm, “mostly sunny” Labor Day.

If you haven’t already, check out our YAD Map & Directory page to help you plan your Yard Art Day Tours.

We are hoping to see plenty of photos from you, whether you are a Yard Art Day exhibitor, or touring your community to see what your YADist neighbors have created for you to enjoy.

We also encourage you to share the YAD love on your timelines – to further spread the Yard Art Day gospel. So that next year and in future years, Yard Art Day can be even bigger and better.

If you are a YAD exhibitor, be sure your Yard Art Day exhibit can be clearly seen from the street in front of your address. If you have a sign, make sure that can be seen from the street as well.

For both exhibitors and patrons, remember these Yard Art Day social media tips and links:

The hashtags of the day are #YardArtDay and #YAD2020  .. please be sure all your posts feature these on all social media platforms.

Facebook: Feel free to submit your photos to the Yard Art Day community group where they can be seen by all Yard Art Day enthusiasts. You can also tag the official Yard Art Day page.

We may use some of the photos you post on Facebook as part of our 2020 Yard Art Day In Review slideshow. So please, if you can, upload as large a photo as possible!

Twitter and Instagram: Please the #YardArtDay and #YAD2020 hashtags .. as well as the @yardartday account name (same for both Twitter and Instagram). If you prefer to just follow us, we’ll be posting what we come across throughout the day.

Most importantly, talk to each other. Make new friends. Enrich established friendships. Rejoice in our entire Yard Ary Day community!

Here’s to a safe, fun, and inspiring Yard Art Day 2020!