Art Walk Huntingdon will take place on the third Thursday of every month with the next one on May 18, 2017 during the hours of 5:00-8:00 PM.
The event is an open house format with no defined start or end point. Each particpating venue will host an art related special event, performance, or activity. Don’t worry if you can’t make it everywhere…there is always next month!
The April 20th Art Walk includes:
• Standing Stone Coffee Co. invites Art Walk participants to taste Tait Farm Shrubs (dressings and possible spritzer) and Pipers Peck Jalepeno Preserves.
• Sweethearts Confectionery invites participants to decorate their own cupcake $.
• Parks Design and Ink will be doing Spin Art make and take t-shirts $.
• Stone Town Café, Wine Bar and Gallery
• American Legion Post 24 will help participants make macrame key chains, have their faces painted, and will be serving up meaty chili for a donation.
• Studio One Fifteen is hosting an art opening of a collection of pieces where all proceeds will be going to benefit Human Trafficking Survivors.
• Huntingdon County Arts Council’s Art Space will feature instructors from Folk College performing live music and giving ukulele lessons.
• Huntingdon County Library will be displaying posters from Huntingdon High School art students about Huntingdon County.
• Gage Mansion Bed & Breakfast will be hosting live music on the lawn by Kerin Maguire.
• Mimi’s Restaurant & Martini Bar will feature live music by Dylan Miller.
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 from the Sill Business Incubator, and Candice Hersh from Juniata College.