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Arts Night Out – July Edition
July 11 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The arts come alive at Arts Night Out at Heritage Station on July 11, 6 pm – 9 pm. A drum circle, hosted by First Congregational United Church of Christ, will welcome all-comers on the Heritage Station patio. Inside the Visitors Center, Huntington Fiction Factory will host local author Eliot Parker who will present “Becoming the Extroverted-Introverted: Promoting Yourself and Your Work”. Sweets by Sunny will set up in the Visitors Center lobbying selling their delicious macarons. Local artists Tanessa Blankenship and Ron Haeberle will premiere solo exhibitions at Moonlight Cookies and Sip Wine & Whiskey Bar respectively. Try your own hand at art at Full Circle Gifts and Goods and create your own ceramic tile (cost is $25 per tile). Four local authors, Sarah Dooley, Marie Manilla, Sheila Redling, and Carter Taylor Seaton will showcase their other artistic endeavors at The Red Caboose. Henna Envy of Ashland will offer henna tattoos as The Haute Wick Social. Meanwhile, crooner Alex Blankenship Music will perform on Taps at Heritage’s patio. Let’s Eat, Sip, Moonlight Cookies, and Taps will be open for delicious food and beverage options. This event is free and open to the public.
Arts Night Out is a seasonal arts event that occurs at Heritage Station the second Thursday of the month April through October. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/ArtsNightOutWV/, contact Raine Klover at 304-525-7333 or [email protected] or contact Sheila Redling at [email protected]