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The evening begins with the tree lighting ceremony at the Atlantic Hotel. Mayor Gee Williams will open the festivities scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Afterwards the shops throughout town will be open for the Arts event.
Featured artists include local wood artist Kenny Graves who will show his custom walking sticks, driftwood sculpture and garden art. Join the artist at Town Center Antiques,
1 North Main St.
Look for Patrick Henry at his studio just off
The space is warm, intimate and its rambling interior provides the perfect canvas to showcase his considerable talents. Enjoy the evening and view new work by this local artist.
Ta Da, located at
18 North Main St.
Culver’s Antiques will feature the photography of Michael Andrews. Michael’s work is laced with wonderful images of the
The Worcester County Arts Council will celebrate local co-op artists with a showcase of their seasonal arts and crafts.
Paintings, silk scarves, jewelry, ornaments and cards will be featured in the Holly-Days Shoppe. The sale will continue through the holiday season ending Dec. 24. A portion of each sale goes to fund their scholarship and grants program.
For a different twist on the evening, Jeffrey Auxer will be giving lessons and will be demonstrating his glass art in his studio on
The Berlin Coffee House will be open for the evening. Doug Fisher, waterfowl and bird carver, will be the featured artist. Raquel Orsini singer/guitarist will provide music.
The Globe will reprise last years display “Little Local Things” from Kiki Burleigh and A Mermaid’s Purse. Join the art scene in the upstairs Balcony Gallery.
JJFish Studio will have Cindy Calahan as featured artist. Cindy is a jeweler from the
Her work frames large cabochon stones, jaspers and agates, set primarily in sterling silver. Each piece is designed as sculpture and fashion statement. Color and drama are hallmarks of her jewelry style.
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