Experience crisp clear sparkling days and starry sparkling nights on the Rappahannock County Artisan Trail in January. Add some sparkle to your Second Saturday at these trail members locations on January 12th.
Click each featured site’s link below for more information on activities and to navigate via the online location map. When in the county, pick up an Artisan Trail map/brochure at the Rappahannock County Visitors Center just outside Washington, VA.
Here’s what’s happening Jan. 12, 2019:
Griffin Tavern – 659 Zachary Taylor Hwy. Flint Hill, VA 22627
The Tavern reopens after a two-week winter break and sparkles with genuine beauty and charm. Show up for a fun night of dancing to classic rock favorites and embrace the warmth and local spirit of our magnificent 1800 building. You’ll find food and drink to suit your taste and your wallet, as well as a great time on the dance floor.
Magnolia Vineyards & Winery – 200 Viewtown Rd., Amissville 20106
Acoustic guitar and vocal duo Steven Shaffer and Bruce Turner return to play a wide variety of classic rock, rhythm and blues that is sure to have you singing along!
In addition to live music we will also have Patty Sevre, local Master glass engraving artist in our tasting room all weekend! Patty will be offering custom engraving on wine glasses and assorted glass items – while you wait. Can’t make it out Saturday? We will have live music from local favorite Maddi Mae on Sunday 1/13 from 2-5 pm! As always, tastings include a cheese and chocolate pairing!
Middle Street Gallery – 325A Middle St., Washington, VA 22747
Check out a sparkling exhibition of landscapes by Kathleen Willingham and abstracts by Phyllis Magrab, who are featured in this exhibit that includes Middle Street Gallery Members. Hours are Friday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm www. middlestreetgallery.org 540-675-1313
Sperryville ARTists Cooperative – 3 River La., Studio 1A in the River District, Sperryville, VA 22740
As a visual, fine or graphic artist it is important to have a body of work that represents your skills and talents. To get work in the industry, or be represented by a studio or gallery, it’s essential to have both traditional and online portfolios. Online representation is replacing the print resume as the best way to showcase yourself as an artist. In this workshop we will review your finished work, present it either chronologically, by medium or subject; create digital files; show you how to upload your files electronically or create an effective online portfolio and recommend several online sites where you may publish your work. Cost covers digitizing your work and saving your files on a storage device that you can continue to build on. Reservations required. Space is limited. For reservation: 571-213-2749 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 1-4 pm
For more detail, refer to the Calendar of Events.
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