Arts & Ales Tickets: Last Chance!

The Franklin County Arts Guild is hosting Arts & Ales, an event to fund the promotion of visual and performing arts in Franklin County.
Arts & Ales will be Saturday, March 9, from noon to 4:30 p.m. at Monterey Station in Cowan. Creations by more than 17 local artists will be sold at the event. The Fairies of Lullymore, created by Winchester artist Frances Perea, will be on display and for sale. In addition to the art for sale, there will also be 75 craft beers to taste.
Returning to Arts & Ales this year are The Secret Commonwealth and James Patton & the Synchromatics. Food for sale includes Floyd’s Farm Food Truck with a menu for the event, and Sweet Ellie’s will be dipping ice cream.
Artisan Depot Gallery member Margie Gallagher will be creating a Blue Tape Mob Art Tree, and participants who make the artist trading cards will have an opportunity to show them off by pinning them to the tree. In addition to Fairy Trading Cards, Mob Art participants will also be able to see demonstrations on fairy house and fairy tree house construction using found natural materials.
The Franklin County Arts Guild provides a scholarship for a promising high school senior planning to study art or art education at the university level. The Guild also provides local artists an opportunity to exhibit and sell their works through its gallery, The Artisan Depot, at 204 Cumberland St. East, Cowan, and at other venues in the region.
Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Purchase your tickets at <>. Must be 21 to attend. Monterey Station is located at 104 Monterey St., Cowan.

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