‘Cuppa Java’ to close out Art Walk run
Fall is finally here and, once again, the Cuppa Java Art Walk by the Baldwin Community Arts Council will help signal the end of summer Friday.
"The annual Cuppa Java takes place Friday starting at 7 p.m. in downtown Baldwin," said Kathy Dorsey, president of the BCAC. "Cuppa Java has gone on for years and continues to be one of the most popular Art Walks put on by the BCAC.
"With fall in the air, it will be a great time to enjoy the atmosphere downtown, view great works of art by various artists and enjoy a cup of coffee with a treat. With the purchase of any mug, a home baked goodie of your choice is provided."
The famed mugs are made special for the event every year, plus there's always special music.
"This year many cups were glazed during the Lumberyard Fiesta. A special thanks goes to Christy Carlisle, Sheryl Drew and Tom Wilson for their hard work on the pottery," said Dorsey. "To add to the festivities, Jim Bailey and his daughter, Bailey, will be performing music on the corner of Eighth and High and it promises to be an enjoyable fall evening for all.
"Bring your chairs, enjoy the music, buy some art, sip the coffee and enjoy a treat," he said. "As usual, there will be a $50 'favorite artist' award, as well as a $50 drawing for a patron to purchase artwork of their choice. Come join us to celebrate the first day of fall."