Arts Alive and the Farmer’s Market in Garberville Friday

Don’t forget Arts Alive in Garberville this Friday.

Spring is here and we are kicking Arts Alive off this Friday, May 3rd.  It’s also the opening day of the Farmer’s Market so plan to spend a fun filled day in town.  

Hal Lepoff will be caroling with both first grade classes from Redway School from 1:15 to 2:15 with stops at Umpqua Bank, North Valley Bank, The Community Credit Union and the Town Square.  

Businesses are extending their hours for Arts Alive and featuring some great artists.  Café Minou will have live music with the FNR band featuring local legends Tony Nester, Larry Fries, and Randy Ruland and art by their very own Heather Parker.  

Take the detour off Redwood Drive and enjoy an appetizer and good vibes located at the old Chataqua site.  Jessie Clark from Mendocino county is being featured at both the Mateel Arts Co-op and Flavors.  The Mateel Arts Co-op will also have works my Mary Odisio and many other local artists.  Jennifer McCarthy’s jewelry will be on display and available for purchase at the Garden of Beadin’.  The Stonery will have Scroll Saw Art (woodworking) by Bob Ewing and rumor is it is a must see.  Humboldt Hunnies will be hanging Sarah Young Paintings and Umpqua Bank will feature Erin Freeman Photography.  

King Range Books has great titles by local artists, if you haven’t been in there, stop in and check out the selection Evan has put together.  Our very own Stu Moskowitz has his painting adorning the walls of Calico’s Café.  As usual the Blue Moon has every non-essential you could ever need.  Sweet Grass has works by Mable Chang and Arivka Jewelry.  

Stop in at SHC and check out paintings by Bree Smith and Ditte Johnson along with other local artists.  Healthy Choice just re-opened so stop in and get a sneak peak before the grand opening.  Persimmons will have the Stephanie Johnson Band so make a stop in Redway and check it out.  The Hemp connection has a whole evening of entertainment planned with the musical stylings of The Tin Can Luminary and Patchy Fog along with photography of Sam Leonard and handmade jewelry by Heart Roots Wire Craft.  The Hemp Connection plans to kick things off around 7 so be sure to stick around town and enjoy!

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