The December edition of Art Walk Huntingdon has a decidedly festive holiday theme! Art Walk Huntingdon is a monthly business open house in downtown and uptown Huntingdon, PA. Each participating business hosts an arts-related special event open to the public from 5-8pm. No ticket is required to attend, but individual businesses and events may have charges for their featured activities.
Art Walk Huntingdon takes place on the third Thursday of every month with the next one on December 15, 2016 during the hours of 5:00-8:00 PM.
The December 15th Art Walk includes:
• Card making at Juniata College Museum of Art
• Ceramics students’ Holiday Sale at Juniata College Ceramics Studio
• Live music by 14 year-old Adam Bucynski at Standing Stone Coffee Co.
• Decorate a cupcake or gingerbread cookie at Sweethearts Confectionery
• Spin Art at Parks Design & Ink
• Learn to slip knot a simple infinity scarf for a doll or bear. Ages 5 and up. Led by Joanne Laabs who makes amazing doll clothes at Stone Town Café, Wine Bar and Gallery
• Craft ornament make and take and quick bite dinner at American Legion Post 24
• Ornament decorating at Studio One Fifteen
• Meet the Holiday Shop artists at Huntingdon County Arts Council’s Art Space
• Make and take a snowflake at Huntingdon County Library
• Grand opening of new Thompson’s Candle Company Outlet at Gage Mansion Bed & Breakfast Carriage House (Washington Street entrance)
• Live music by Chris Strait at Mimi’s Restaurant & Martini Bar
Don’t worry if you can’t make it everywhere…there is always next month!
Art Walk Huntingdon events will be open to the public thanks to the sponsorship of participating businesses and the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau. Businesses located in Huntingdon borough that are interested in participating in Art Walk Huntingdon can contact any member of the committee for information or visit http://www.HuntingdonLandmarks.org/ for details. Committee members include: Price, John Kearns from the Huntingdon County Arts Council, Kathryn Blake of the Juniata College Museum of Art, Ann Cherry from Standing Stone Coffee Co., Kristie Putt and Candice Hersh from Juniata College.