Friday Art Walk is set
Exhibits by local artists are not the only things that will be featured Friday night in Baldwin City. The summer Band Concert & Ice Cream Social will once again entertain patrons with live music and ice cream Friday.
The Baldwin Community Band, under the direction of Will Cooper, will perform at 7 p.m. Friday on High Street next to the post office, a location made available by The Baldwin State Bank. Ice cream will be provided by Kansas State Bank during the concert.
Art exhibits from local and regional artists will line the sidewalks and fill local businesses. Artists showing include; Mary Brumgart, Krista McClenahan, Robbie Lamoreaux, Ginny Cobb, Rosemary Murphy, Debbie McGee, Caroline Tanner, Kim Hubbel, Sandy Cardens, Linda Everett, Laura Morford and Diane McAtee.
The Art Affair, 622 High Street, Baker University's student-run gallery will be open for viewing. Artist's names were not known at press time.
Discoveries (a not so common market), 719 Eighth Street, will be open to show its unique collection of handmade jewelry as well as a broad selection of other arts and crafts produced by numerous artists around the country. Espress Yourself, a coffee shop on High Street, will also continue this month with original works in oil by Topeka artist, Terry Schartz. Solomons Antique Gallery, 713 High Street, will also be open during the evening. The doors of The Baldwin City Signal, 703 High Street, will be open featuring watercolors by local artist, Linda Everett. Quilters Paradise, 713 Eighth Street, will be displaying Lowell Flanner's works.
As always, there is no charge to attend any of the exhibits and the public is invited to this celebration of art and artists.
Art Walk runs from May through September the third Friday of each month from 7 to 9 p.m. For additional information, visit the BCAC website at: http://www.totoville.com/bcac>www.totoville.com/bcac or email: email@example.com.