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Arts Night Out
October 10, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Heritage Station will be buzzing with activity on Thursday, October 10th, 5 pm – 9 pm. Creativity abounds with three solo visual art exhibitions, a drum circle, pop-ups, Huntington Fiction Factory inside the Visitors Center, live music at Taps, and a special fall treat on the patio. The featured visual artists are Linda Childers, JBird Cremeans, and Sassa Wilkes.
Heritage Station is located at 210 11th Street in the heart of downtown Huntington. Arts Night Out is always free and open to the public.
The Heritage Station patio will be hopping all evening. At 6 pm, First Congregational United Church of Christ will host an all-comers drum. Bring your own instrument or borrow one of theirs! Prichard’s Produce & Provisions will offer up a variety of West Virginia produce, local honey, and canned goods. Throughout the evening Hill Tree Roastery will host live coffee roasting over a fire pit. Gather round for the freshest cup of coffee you will ever have.
Move into the Visitors Center for a wonderful mash-up of literary and culinary treats. S. G. Redling will be signing her newest book TRIGGER from 6 pm – 7 pm. Dani Britton is back! TRIGGER by S.G. Redling is the highly anticipated follow- up to The Widow File and Redemption Key. Picking up just one month after the mayhem of Redemption Key, Dani and Choo-Choo face a new level of danger at the hands of Cara Hedrick, a political handler with a twisted mind and an unspeakable plan. But Tom Booker has a plan – and a secret – of his own. Huntington Fiction Factory will also feature S.G. Redling. Her presentation is titled “It’s Alive” and will feature tips and tricks to keeping your long fiction alive even when it’s playing dead. We will discuss ways to assess the viability of your story to get it back on its feet and on to the finish line. We will also discuss distraction, focus, and motivation. Plus, Sheila will wave her arms around a lot. Nomada Bakery is open for business! Ariel and company will offer delectable samples and a limited menu throughout the evening.
The Red Caboose will host artist Linda Childers. Linda’s current work features lush florals painted in a loose, impressionistic style.
The Haute Wick Social will be open late and will host a Little Victories Animal Rescue Shelter adoption event from 5 pm –
7:30 pm. Flex your creative muscles at Full Circle Gifts and Goods and carve your own ceramic tile. While you’re there check out their expanded retail space and new classroom. Pax Cafe will host local photographer and artist JBird Cremeans. JBird’s vintage pet portraits are whimsical and fun. Sip Wine & Whiskey Bar will host “mirage”, an exhibition by Sassa Wilkes. Sassa’s new series features portraits created on acid-painted mirrors. At 8 pm, Sassa will move over to Taps at Heritage’s patio and join her husband, Zachary, for an out-of-this-world musical performance.
Arts Night Out is a multidisciplinary arts event that occurs at Heritage Station in the heart of downtown Huntington the second Thursday of every month. Visit https://artsnightoutwv.com or https://www.facebook.com/ArtsNightOutWV/ for more information. You may also contact Raine Klover at 304-525-7333 or [email protected] or Sheila Redling at [email protected].