Arts And Crafts

Ten artisans from Avery County will exhibit at the Valle Country Fair on October 15 | Community

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The 103rd Annual Genoa Candy Dance is back with regulars, plus many newcomers | Carson City Nevada News

The annual Candy Dance is back for its 103rd year as the shopping and drinking weekend begins! Every year, the Arts and Crafts Fair is held in Genoa, a tradition that began in 1919. Now, after 100 years of operation, regular attendees – and new members – were eager to …

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Elkton Country Street Fair welcomes young vendors for the first time

The Elkton County Street Fair returns this weekend and, for the first time, will include a children’s vendor section to allow young artisans, bakers and artists to sell their wares to their community. Young Vendors will be available from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday during the fair and will …

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The annual fair in Argyle Park attracts thousands

It was a spectacular day for the annual fair at Argyle Park. Thousands of people gathered at 244 West Main Street in Babylon Village on Sunday for one of Long Island’s largest arts and crafts fairs. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., attendees shopped among more than 300 vendors stationed …

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What to do: Sunday, September 18

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Let’s see what to do this Sunday, September 18! Today, the Japan-America Society of Vermont is hosting Matsuri 2022, a Japanese cultural festival of arts, crafts, music, and food. At Tuttle Middle School in South Burlington, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., there will be a …

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” We are pleased ! » Gentilly Fest will return to Pontchartrain Park in October with three music stages | Louisiana Festivals

Gentilly Fest returns to Pontchartrain Park with three days of music, art and food October 7-9 on three stages. The free festival runs from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friday and 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the playground at Press and Prentiss drives in New Orleans. …

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Owasso Craftsman Blesses Others with Heartfelt Handicrafts and Textiles | New

Owasso Reporter Editor-in-Chief Art Haddaway Jo Potter often works hard in her home, interweaving different fabrics and materials into heartfelt designs. The long-time Owasso artisan uses everything from needlework and cross-stitch, to embroidery and crochet, to crafting quilts, scarves, towels, baby blankets, and more. “It’s relaxing,” Potter said. “I just …

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Jim Disney art, music, chocolate festival, Latin (Hispanic) Heritage Month celebration, holistic fair and more – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Upcoming weekend Loveland events include the opening of art exhibits honoring the late Jim Disney, new music from the Loveland Choral Society and the Loveland Orchestra, a chocolate festival, a Latin (Hispanic) Heritage Month celebration, holistic fair and more. “James Disney: Legacy” Two exhibits, ‘James Disney: Legacy’, featuring the works …

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Nyasha aims for craft growth

the herald Reginald Chirenje Youth Interactive Writer Arts and crafts are an integral part of the culture of any society. It is especially important for children and has special significance in parenthood. Arts and crafts help develop appreciation for visual aesthetics and function as building blocks for children’s development. It …

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The Smyrna Crafts and Drafts Festival is October 29-30

September 7—The Smyrna Crafts and Drafts Festival, presented by Superior Plumbing, is held October 29-30 at The Village Green, 1282 Village Green Circle in Smyrna. The festival, formerly known as Fall Jonquil Festival, features over 150 arts and crafts stalls, a variety of food stalls, an entertainment stage, a children’s …

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September 8 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and entertainment Source: Activities – Times-Herald

September 8: Literacy Awareness Night, 5:30 p.m., Nut Tree Plaza, Vacaville. Dial (707) 474-4710. September 8: Literacy Awareness Night, 5:30 p.m., Nut Tree Plaza, Vacaville. Dial (707) 474-4710. September 9: 2nd Friday Art Walk, 5 p.m., Downtown Vallejo, Georgia and Marin Streets, Vallejo. September 10: Community Coffee Tasting, 9 a.m., …

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Chautauqua in the Park in Chillicothe is set to start next Saturday

Missouri and Midwestern vendors will have more than 100 booth spaces at this year’s Chautauqua in the Park in Chillicothe next week. The Chillicothe Region Chamber of Commerce and the Chillicothe Region Arts Council are sponsoring the event at Simpson Park on September 10e and 11e. Hedrick Medical Center presents …

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Join the Shady Pines Chamber Players at Cloudcroft | Culture & Leisure

Cloud Croft September 2-7 Shady Pines Chamber Players Free Concert Join the Shady Pines Chamber Players as they celebrate their 10th anniversary with a daily Garden Walk Concert at Shady Pines, 200 Fox Ave., across from Wren Place. The event is free; however, donations are encouraged. For more information, visit …

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Heather Moore, new executive director of Shelburne Craft School, learns on the job | Education | Seven days

Click to enlarge Heather Moore’s pace of the year has been set on an academic calendar for more than three decades, from pre-kindergarten at Rutland to graduate school at the University of Vermont. This fall, she will defend her doctoral thesis in education. Although Moore’s graduate studies are …

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School bus heads for Window Rock in back, leaving student dead and several injured

Details By Jenna Kunze August 29, 2022 A Holbrook Indian School student was killed and six others were injured Sunday morning when a tractor-trailer rammed a school bus taking them to Window Rock, Ariz., on a field trip. The crash happened around 9:28 a.m. while the bus was heading east …

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Pinners Conference and Expo Brings Inspiration to Life in Fort Worth, September 30 and October 1

Pinterest-inspired event connects craft, creativity and passion at the Will Rogers Memorial Center FORT WORTH, TX (August 23, 2022) – The Texas Pinners Conference is thrilled to host its fifth annual Pinterest-inspired Expo highlighting creativity, crafts, and DIY projects in Fort Worth. Fifteen thousand people who love everything Pinterest will …

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“Celebrate the art!” in downtown Camas during the event on the first Friday of September

The Downtown Camas Association (DCA) will host an art-themed event, “Celebrate Art!” First Friday of September in downtown Camas from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday September 2. Activities on the first Friday of September include live music and dance performances, artist demonstrations, ribbon cutting for the new Camas …

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The Amon Carter Museum examines the allure of Venice – for artists and collectors

The Serenissimaas the “serene” city of Venice is traditionally called, is so world famous for its artistic splendors that almost everything but tourism has now disappeared from the city, leaving behind only what caters to art lovers who visit from all over the world, whether they are wealthy collectors coming …

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Wild and Wonderful Artist Brings Fantasy to the Fair

Art in Appalachia has a deeply rooted history that has been passed down from generation to generation. Due in large part to the region’s isolation and mountainous terrain, many practical crafts have been carefully preserved for centuries. From woodworking and broom-making to music and instruments, there is no shortage of …

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Arts and Crafts Exhibition Held: The Tribune India

An arts and crafts exhibition was organized by Auckland House School for Boys, Shimla, attended by pupils from kindergarten to class XII on Saturday. SD School Principal Vijay Singh Thakur was the chief guest on the occasion. The students showed their creative skills by making various objects from waste such …

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State Fair Creative Arts Awards Ceremony | New

Glidden’s Snyders wins awards The best works in basketry, ceramics, porcelain painting and five other divisions of the competition received ribbons and cash prizes in the Creative Arts competition judged before the start of the 2022 Iowa State Fair. 1) Delayne Segar, Fort Dodge 1) Delayne Segar, Fort Dodge 1) …

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Weekly Planetary Picks | Culture & Leisure

Wednesday August 10 1) Best-selling ‘van life’ author Brianna Madia (‘Nowhere Very Long’) will discuss her work Wednesday at the Wilkinson Public Library at 5:30 p.m. 2) Chrome Velvet and Niceness are guests tonight at Sunset Music Series at Sunset Plaza. Music starts at 6 p.m. 3) The Sheridan SHOW …

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Two Native American Festivals in August Celebrate Harvest with Music, Dance and Food – Hartford Courant

Two annual Native American events celebrating the harvest will take place in August: the Green Corn Festival in Washington and Schemitzun in Mashantucket. The 17th Annual Green Corn Festival, presented by the Institute for American Indian Studies, will take place August 14 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Riverwalk …

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Taksim’s artisan chef’s Mediterranean menu with a Turkish twist

Taksim’s Lokma mocktail ($11) tastes like drinking the sap of a candied pine. The ingredients listed in the concoction include cucumber, basil leaves, lime, agave, apple juice, and sparkling water. Nothing about this combination captures the taste of piny. But chef Daniel Gribble says the kitchen uses mastic gum in …

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Proctor Arts Festival is back

The Proctor neighborhood will be rockin’ on Saturday, August 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Join thousands of people who will enjoy: · Over 105 artisans and craft vendors · Three …

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Spring Hill BOMA Discusses City Policy Updates for Farmers Markets

The issue of updating Spring Hill’s requirements and standards for Farmers’ Markets has been the subject of discussion over the past few months. An update to the current ordinance, first enacted in 2018 as part of Spring Hill’s Unified Development Code, was presented to the council of mayor and aldermen …

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59th Annual Tehachapi Mountain Festival: Deadlines Approaching for Parade, 5K and Car Show | Way of life

The Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce and many other organizations are putting the finishing touches on plans for the 59th annual Tehachapi Mountain Festival. Three days of fun will begin on Friday, August 19. This is the first festival under the direction of the new chamber president Jeanette Pauer. But …

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Hendersonville Farmers Market Celebrates Third Annual Tomato Day

As harvest reaches peak season in western North Carolina, Hendersonville Farmers Market will celebrate the humble tomato with a tomato-filled day of fun on August 6 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 650 Maple St, according to a July 29 press release. Around 40 vendors will be in the …

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Artist Ely uses light and space in his oversized works

Keith Vandervort ELY – A local entertainer first visited the North Country as a 15-year-old camper at the YMCA’s Camp Widjiwagen, and she never really left. Leah Reusch has worked at Widji on and off for the past ten years and finally decided to move here. “I just fell in …

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REFINING THE MATCHING: Cherokee National Treasure teaches participants about ancient art | New

Jhe Cherokee Nation recently expanded cultural and educational opportunities at its museums with the addition of new interactive programs such as story time, artist demonstrations and hands-on activities. One such activity was organized at the Cherokee National Prison Museum by Cherokee National Treasure Betty Frogg, who taught the ancient art …

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Calendar of Events – July 24

Today *Blood Drive — 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Chapel 2, Legacy Church, 3401 N. Norris St., Clovis. Register online at http://www.bloodhero.com. Advance appointments highly recommended; all donors must arrive with masks. Information: 877-258-4825 July 25-29 *Vacation Bible School – 6-8:30 p.m., University Baptist Church, 1012 W. 15th St., Portales. Open to …

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Things to do this weekend in Johnson County include the Tiffin Festival

An Iowa City musical and concert show how music can be transformative for those involved. Willow Creek Theater takes audiences back decades with a production of the cult classic rock musical ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’, as young rockers prepare for a gig at the Englert Theater on Saturday. Here …

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Events in Northern California July 15-17, including CA State Fair

The California State Fair kicks off for its first weekend since the pandemic began. But that’s not the only thing happening in Northern California this weekend. Here is a list of events happening in the area. | RELATED | Here are free or low-cost activities to do in Northern California …

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Queen Lili’uokalani Outrigger Canoe Races Return in September

Courtesy picture The largest long-distance canoe race in the world will once again welcome paddlers from around the world on the Big Island. After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Queen Lili’uokalani Outrigger Canoe Races returns Sept. 1-5 in Kona, with the event’s 18-mile long-distance race scheduled …

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Deadline fast approaching for pre-registration for Schuylkill County Fair exhibits

Registration deadlines are fast approaching for the Schuylkill County Fair. July 22 is the pre-registration deadline for general exhibitions. This deadline is for exhibitors interested in submitting items for general exhibits. General exhibits consist of items like fruits, vegetables, flowers, and grains. This same timeframe is used for items like …

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Kat Kinnick is inspired by her childhood in the high desert

“The Hunt”, Kat Kinnick, katsura blue gouache on paper, 6 × 4¼ inches. (Courtesy of Hecho Gallery) Los Ranchos-born Kat Kinnick grew up surrounded by a menagerie of animals – dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, goats, sheep and a horse. The playfulness and sense of fantasy of this childhood in …

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The 10 best gastronomic discoveries from July 7 to 13

After the Independence Day festivities, we approach the summer blues that come with it. Luckily, DFW has plenty of events to chase away the blues, and we have a wide variety of events to fill your weekend. From fishing festivals and block parties to brewery events, here are 10 gourmet …

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APAC, Europe & America Application Arts and Crafts Retail Market Share will grow at XX% CAGR to 2026

A new informative report titled “ Arts & Crafts Retail Market Size 2020 by Key Players, Types, Applications, forecast to 2026” has recently been to its humongous database which helps to shape the future of the businesses by making well-informed business decisions. It offers a comprehensive analysis …

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Lafayette doctor uses oyster shells to create art

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) – Dr. Julie Broussard works 60 hours some weeks, returning to the hospital at night or on weekends when on call, but other times she can be found in a back -room of his house, listening to sing and paint oyster shells. “I’m going to work a …

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Main Event, holiday bands to play

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular …

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Celebrate Door County’s 4th of July lineup

When it comes to celebrating the 4th of July, you won’t find a more festive group than Door County Communities. Across the peninsula, the holidays – and the days before and after them – are packed with festivities, entertainment and, of course, fireworks. maple wood Start your 4th of July …

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Valley Arts Council Announces First Valley Fridays

Fifteen venues plan to participate in the Valley Arts Council‘s First Fridays in the Valley program on July 1 in Harrisonburg. Venues hosting art events on July 1 (5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., unless otherwise specified): Arts Incarnate (75 N Mason St) invites you to a Double Gallery Vernissage from …

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Downtown Los Banos Association to Light Up the Sky for July 2 Independence Day Celebration – Los Banos Enterprise

With the largest fireworks show in the county! The Los Banos Downtown Association is proud to present the 2nd Annual 4th of July Celebration on Saturday, July 2, 2022, beginning at 1:00 p.m. at Henry Miller Plaza located at 600 H Street in downtown Los Banos. The event includes carnival …

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Letter: The fair is back | Opinion

Did you know: The Curry County Fair is back! From July 27-30, you can experience carnival rides, food stalls, entertainment, a parade, 4-H animals, and amazing exhibits. There will be some for everyone. There are several new and exciting categories for exhibitors – adults and juniors. You will find all …

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Immersion in art student by student, step by step | Education

With every joyful step in her bright purple boots, the tiny Timber Skeen soared in her eagerness to take part in a very special event at the Prescott School District earlier this month. Like his classmates, the preschooler wore a brown T-shirt, his group being just one of many, dressed …

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Citizen Tribeca | Seen & Heard: New office for our board member

Seen & Heard: New office for our board member June 17, 2022 • Arts & Culture, Community News, Kids, Restaurant/Bar News MARTE OPENS OFFICE IN EAST BROADWAYNew council member Christopher Marte has gone old school and opened a real council office at 65 East Broadway (Catherine and Market) in Chinatown. …

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Paradise Leisure Center to host ‘Slice of Summer’ to kick off Father’s Day weekend

Clark County Commission Chairman Jim Gibson will host “A Slice of Summer” on Friday, June 17, of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Paradise Recreation Center, located at 4775 McLeod Drive near Tropicana Ave. This free event kicks off Father’s Day weekend with free Abuela Tacos food for the …

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Sunrise Festival Of The Arts, Sydney, scheduled for June 18

The 31st Annual Sidney Sunrise Arts Festival will take place Saturday, June 18 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in downtown Sidney. Arts and crafts enthusiasts from miles around are welcome. This year’s featured artists are a husband and wife team, Alton and Ruthann Hillesland, as Hillesland Barn Quilts and …

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New Haven’s Summer Fun: Camps, Swimming, Sports, Family Fun Days

“Summer is just around the corner, and the city of New Haven will be teeming with fun and fulfilling activities in every neighborhood and for children and youth of all ages, interests and abilities,” Elicker said. “From summer camps and movies in the park to family fun days, organized sports, …

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This beautiful 3 bedroom Arts and Crafts inspired period home has immense character and offers huge development potential

The property occupies a prime corner plot with gardens to the front and rear in addition to an adjoining enclosed private garden with separate entrance gates for vehicle access, which offers development potential. important as a separate building plot. The house features a wealth of intact period features including beautiful …

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The weekly market offers locally grown produce, arts, crafts, clothing

FARMINGTON — Another summertime tradition in San Juan County returns this week as the weekly Makers Market enters its fourth year. The event, which takes place every Thursday at Orchard Plaza until September 29, runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on June 2. The market offers locally grown produce, …

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Cream of Wheaton celebrates 40 years with live music, carnival, crafts and more June 2-5

Wheaton’s Cream returns to its debut after a two-year hiatus, with three blocks of carnival rides, local food, live entertainment, beer garden, trade show, Cosley Zoo Run for the Animals 5K/ 10K, and art and craft vendors. The first Cream of Wheaton festival was held on May 8, 1982, featuring …

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Valley News – Art Notes: Summer kicks off with a busy slate including Saint-Gaudens, an outdoor market and an almanac

Summer is a sloppy season. In Shakespeare, this is when the characters stumble through the woods, get drunk, fall in love with the wrong people, and generally make quite a mess. The arts kind of follow that pattern here in the once frozen north. There are more art exhibitions, plays, …

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Braintree Community Arts Center Launches Summer Programming

BRAINTREE, MA — The Braintree Community Arts Center announced Monday the start of its summer season, which includes a range of programs for children and adults. Kids’ Art Night Out: A fun night of arts and crafts for K-5 students. Projects are planned and directed by students of the Braintree …

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Seamlessly blending art with utility

New Delhi, May 22 (IANS): India’s diverse arts and crafts, traditions and folklore reflect the country’s rich cultural heritage. They come from all over the country and use a variety of methods and techniques, as well as the skills and expertise of artisans, to create unique pieces. Because they are …

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Township of Woodward. prepares for Riverfest | News, Sports, Jobs

LOCKPORT – Woodward Township prepares for Riverfest. According to supervisor Kyle Coleman, there are a few disputes the recreation commission is trying to resolve. “smooth” and address. “Other than that, everything is pretty much on track” he said. So far, Riverfest is scheduled for the weekend of July …

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Farmers markets, local Brunswick County farms open for the season

If you don’t have a green hand or fingers, but love fresh, ripe fruits and vegetables, don’t worry. Spring has arrived and there will be many Farmers’ Markets and Farms in Brunswick County that offer a plentiful supply of fruits, vegetables, and more. Like us on facebook: Catch more county …

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A golden anniversary: ​​an exhibition commemorates the Prince William Art Society | Lifestyles

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Prince William Art Society, the ARTfactory in Manassas is hosting a group art exhibit and special reception. The exhibit, “Golden Anniversary: ​​50 Years of PWAS,” opened May 4 and runs through June 4 at the ARTfactory, 9419 Battle St. …

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Rethinking Literature through Art – The New Indian Express

Express press service Chapter XXIV of La Vita Nuova by Italian poet and philosopher Dante Alighieri (translates as A New Life in English) opens with the following lines: “I felt myself waking up inside my heart; A sleeping loving spirit; And then I saw the Love coming from afar; Gay …

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Evansville food and restaurant news includes food truck rally, tea

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – We bring you Tri-State restaurant events and food news you need to know. Here is the latest. Dontae’s Highland Pizzeria has partnered with Homer’s Barbecue in Henderson to offer the new Pitmaster Smoked Sandwich made with smoked pork or chicken, cheese, bacon, pickles and more. After:A tasty …

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Richmond SPCA celebrates 20 years as a kill-free shelter with a block party

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) – The Richmond SPCA is celebrating 20 years as a cruelty-free society with a retro-themed block party. The party is also a fundraiser to benefit approximately 4,000 homeless animals who will be housed at the Richmond SPCA this year, as well as other programs and services the …

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Laurel Arts League to Host 50th Annual Day in the Park Event

PINE BELT, Miss. (WDAM) – The Laurel Arts League is gearing up for the 50th annual Day in the Park Arts Festival this Saturday, May 7 at Mason Memorial Park. The day will begin with the 5K run at 8am and the festival will officially kick off an hour later, …

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Lodi Street Fair

Roseville Coollectible ShowThe Coollectible Show is a FREE event! Many different vendors selling all varieties of collectibles! 14 minutes ago Lodi Street FairOver 500 vendors and thousands of shoppers will converge on downtown Lodi to take advantage of the Lodi Street Faire to sell and buy antiques, arts and crafts …

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Free State of Yell Fest returns to Riverfront Park | News

The 31st annual Free State of Yell Fest remains on the river when the festival returns next month to Veteran’s Riverfront Park in Dardanelle. The Free State of Yell Fest, hosted by the Dardanelle Region Chamber of Commerce, features regional cultural dishes, live music and vendors promoting the best of …

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Notice to art lovers – Monday Magazine

Notice to art lovers Saanich Peninsula Arts and Crafts Show and Sale Opens April 23 Here’s a chance to support 200 local artists, shop for yourself or someone special, or buy something to brighten up your home. The Saanich Peninsula Arts …

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Celebrating Mississippi’s Native American Heritage – The Oxford Eagle

Mississippi, once home to a wider variety of native tribes than any other southeastern state, celebrates its Native American heritage July 13-16 for the 72nd Annual Choctaw Indian Fair. The fair takes place on their centuries-old homeland in beautiful Choctaw, Mississippi. They come together every July to celebrate their heritage …

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Westover Day in the Park scheduled for May – Shelby County Reporter

By ROBIN SMITH | Community columnist WESTOVER – The City of Westover is gearing up for Westover Day in the Park, its annual community event held each year at City Hall Park. Scheduled for Saturday, May 7, volunteers led by longtime resident Brenda Moorer worked diligently to entice vendors to …

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New Floor Plan and Unexpected Color Bring a Beverly Cape to Life

Three years after living in their nearly 75-year-old Beverly home, Emily Rabinowitz-Buchanan and Nicholas Soodik, educators who moved from Brooklyn with their two little girls, were ready to make some changes. Renovating the kitchen and bathrooms and adding a bathtub were top of the list, as was the size of …

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Town of Kingman issues six building permits | Kingman Miner Daily

Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending April 15: – JKJ Electric Inc: 12671 S. Apache Parkway, Topock; electric shed – Jim Baldwin Roofing Inc.: 8020 S. Aspen Drive, Mohave Valley; redo the roof and the garage -Bertrand Willard & Bunkers Anita: Topock; gas line (propane …

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Local authors give away 700 free books at World of Reading event

Local authors give away 700 free books at World of Reading event by James Coulter Randy Richburg works in a Publix warehouse. In his free time, he scribbles any poem or scribble he thinks of at random on a notebook he carries with him. Since then he has compiled all …

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PRESERVING THEIR CRAFTS

aartisans Artisans are invaluable to the culture as they pass on knowledge of traditional arts and crafts that are unique to their communities. The spaces where artistic and cultural activities take place are often the pulse points of communities. At best, they are places where artists, tradition bearers and cultural …

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Ruthin named one of the best places to live in Wales in the Sunday Times guide – see the full list

The town was praised by The Sunday Times who said: ‘From some angles Ruthin may look like the archetypal sleepy but beautiful historic Welsh town, but look a little closer and you’ll see an incredibly vibrant little community hard at work to thrive in the 21st century. “There are walking …

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What’s new | Calendars | nrtoday.com

TODAYBingo — 5:30 p.m., Roseburg Senior Center, 1614 SE Stephens St. Open to ages 7 and up. $20 buy-in for all games. Games start at 6:30 p.m. 541-671-2634. Bridges to Shore — 5:30 p.m., St. George’s Church, 1024 SE Cass Ave., Roseburg. 541-673-7552. Alcoholics Anonymous — 7 to 8 p.m., …

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The Works calls in cyber experts after hackers target retailer’s systems | Economic news

Arts, crafts and hobby retailer The Works called in cybersecurity experts after its systems were attacked by hackers. The company, which trades online and in more than 500 stores in the UK and Ireland, said it had closed access to its data internally and externally after being alerted to the …

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Using wax as art and silver as ornament

SAN FRANCISCO, March 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Guizhou is a place where 38.5 million people live. The multi-ethnic population has lived there harmoniously for generations. For centuries, the people of Guizhou have used their great skills and creativity to produce arts and crafts of breathtaking beauty. They expressed their …

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Arrowmont Announces Grand Opening of Arrowmont Gallery in Knoxville | Community

The Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts will launch a new gallery in downtown Knoxville, announced Trudy Hughes, CEO of Arrowmont. The Arrowmont Gallery, located at 110 South Gay St. in Knoxville, is the school’s first permanent off-campus exhibition space. The grand opening will take place from 5-8:30 p.m. on …

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Get ready for spring with these fashion, jewelry and travel deals that will save you up to 30%

Spring is a time of renewal and if you’re heading back to work or attending meetings again, you can do it in style with a wardrobe refresh from Forever 21. Grab the earrings or necklaces for go with your new look of the sale. at the Blue Nile. Trying to …

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Fun Things to Do This Weekend in Ocala, Marion County, Florida

Hotel California – The Original Eagles Tribute The Hotel California tribute band has toured the world entertaining hundreds of thousands of Eagles fans since 1986. This performance will take place March 25 at the Reilly Arts Center, 500 NE Ninth St., Ocala, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $20. …

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Bakeware Market 2022 Analysis with Covid-19 Impact Analysis, Trend, Forecast 2027, Competitive Analysis – Kaiser Bakeware, Knightsbridge Bakeware Centre, PME Arts Crafts, Maersk Canada, Primma GRA

Global “cookware market” Exploration Report 2022 can be a comprehensive business study on this state of affairs which analyzes innovative ways for business growth and outlines necessary factors such as high manufacturers, product value, crucial regions and growth rate . with growth trends, many stakeholders such as investors, CEOs, dealers, …

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‘In awe of their work’: Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival celebrates 70th anniversary

Alabama is known for its quirky festivals around peanuts, pepper jelly, UFOs, coon dogs, rattlesnakes, and more. But every year since 1953, the Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival has brought a hodgepodge of the wacky and creative to the streets of downtown. Related: This year’s festival was no different, exemplified …

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Are you ready for Main Street Festival 2022? Here are all the details

photo of Donna Vissman The Williamson County, TN Heritage Foundation reveals plans for the highly anticipated 38th Annual Main Street Festival in Downtown Franklin, sponsored by First Horizon, taking place April 23-24 from 10 a.m. at 7 p.m. on Saturday April 23 and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on …

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Arts and Crafts Market Company Revenue Forecast 2028, Key Competitors – Westcott, BIC Company, Shanghai M&G Stationery, Pilot-Pen, Pentel, P

London, MRA Reports titled ‘Global craftsmanship Industry 2022, presents critical information and statistical data on the arts and crafts market with respect to the world. The market report provides an overall logical investigation of the Arts and Crafts Market, considering growth drivers, limitations, and forecasts. The prevailing trends and opportunities …

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A lovely burn crosses the large grounds of this lovely 4 bedroom ‘arts and crafts’ style detached house in a much sought after village

Designed by renowned architect Austen Laird, this attractive period house, with distinctive ‘arts and crafts‘ architecture, dates from around 1929 and has recently been carefully modernized to preserve many original features. The accommodation is spread over two floors and comprises on the ground floor a vestibule, reception hall, cloakroom/WC, triple …

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CityFest is back! May 2022 Prattville Event Now Accepting Supplier and Sponsor Applications – Elmore-Autauga News

By Allison Stewart Powell Marketing and Communications Director PRATTVILLE, Ala. – Each year since 1986, the Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce proudly hosts the Prattville CityFest in historic downtown Prattville. 2022 marks the 34th annual event, scheduled for May 13-14. After two years of the event being postponed due to …

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Registration for summer camp at Great Hollow Nature Preserve & Ecological Research Center is open

Registration for Eco-Discovery Camp in Great Hollow is currently open to everyone. This summer’s schedule includes some past favorites as well as new weekly themes and learning topics. Below you will find direct links to register for individual sessions. It will definitely be a fantastic summer! Grab your spots today …

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Penny Kasteel, founder of the Tamworth Craft Center, leaves Tamworth Arts and Crafts after 36 years | The daily leader of the North

community, Arts and crafts club stalwart Penny Kasteel is leaving the Tamworth institution she helped found, after 36 years. The avid quilter, embroiderer and seamstress joined after semi-retirement from a life as a schoolteacher. “I was becoming a part-time teacher and I said to one of my best friends – …

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Opening of a new exhibit by artist Kay Thomas in the YMCA Community Gallery

The North Suburban YMCA Community Gallery features Highland Park artist Kay Thomas in March. All paintings are for sale and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Y’s visual arts program. Known for her watercolor work and her passion for Asian arts, Thomas studied sumi-e with Motoi …

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Best Embroidery Machines | FOX40

Which embroidery machine is the best? Embroidery machines usually come with pre-programmed designs or fonts, but these days it’s best if they have the potential to do more. High quality designs allow users to add more designs from a computer to use the automatic embroidery machine for any project you …

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The Blast Academy set designers’ decision to cut eight categories from the live Oscars show

the Society of Scene Decorators of America blew up the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and his leadership following the shock decision to remove eight categories from the live broadcast of the upcoming Oscars on March 27. The SDSA Board of Directors has sent its missive to the …

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Nora Rogers Obituary (1952 – 2022) – Port Angeles, WA

Nora Rogers died suddenly and at home with her husband Ron by her side on February 6, 2022. Nora was born in Port Angeles on March 31, 1952 to Norm and Rita Pollack. After graduating from Port Angeles High School in 1970, Nora attended Seattle University where she graduated in …

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A crossroads of crafts and culture

At a time when almost everything is made by machine, products meticulously created by artisans offer a glimpse into our deeply rooted traditions and culture. Coalescence, an ongoing Craft Mela (fair) at Bikaner House, India Gate, which opened on Wednesday, is an attempt to highlight cultural practices and craftsmanship that …

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Punk Flea Market brings alternative art to Richmond

“Sir” Marcus Barry sells tankards, medieval-style rings, pendants and other vintage items at Southeast Punk’s flea market. Photo by Shawn Terry Gabriela de Camargo Goncalves, Spectrum editor Alternative music echoed through the ballroom speakers as well as people chattering about which art print to get, what size t-shirt would fit …

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Student Art Show returns to Nobles County Art Gallery – The Globe

WORTHINGTON – Art teaches our students more than just how to make art. Art is a universal language. District 518 art teachers see daily how visual communication can bridge the language gap. Many students who fill our art rooms are new to our district and some to the school in …

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China Ice Day’s Cornhole Raises Funds for a Group of Maine Women Veterans

CHINA — On a cold, rainy day last October, Nichole Jordan jumped into the pond, where she hosts Women Veteran’s Glamping, after being dared by a woman during the trip. Jordan, cold and soaked, raised $160 in donations while jumping to demonstrate how far she will go to benefit her …

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Upcoming Events in the Danville Area | Lifestyles

As this section is free, community events are likely to be held depending on available space. Articles on religion are posted on the Saturday church page. Email events to [email protected] TODAY, FEB. 16 WEDNESDAY CLUB PROGRAM: The Wednesday Club program will feature Music from the Melting Pot: American Songs and …

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Initiatives in Art and Culture and Mark Hanna announce “The Jewelry Industry: Perspectives on…

François-Xavier Morvan, Senior Manager Sustainable Development Performance, KeringImage courtesy of IAC Kirsten Hund, Head of Carbon Neutrality, DeBeersImage courtesy of IAC For nearly three decades, governments have come together every year in response to the global climate emergency. This international climate cooperation supports science-based action and the development of systems …

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