Mosaic with Joanne Gelles
October 11th, 2pm-4pm
October 11th, 6pm
October 18th, 7pm
Saturday, October 11, 6:00pm
Caroline Golf (a.k.a. Country Club) Pealiquor Road, Denton
Presented by the Caroline County Council of Arts
Celebrate the life and times of the American writer and humorist Mark Twain on Saturday October 11, 2014 at the Caroline Golf, (previously known as the Country Club). The event kicks off at 6pm. Guests will be treated to a fun-filled evening of good food, entertainment, words, and wit. While not required, guests are encouraged to get into the spirit of the event (and Halloween) by dressing in period or themed attire.
Call 410-479-1009 for ticket information, or BUY ONLINE TODAY!
Featuring performances by Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, Flatland Drive and Walls of Bluegrass.
Taking place on Saturday, October 18, 2014, this is sure to be a night you won't want to miss. Tickets available for purchase online here.
Doors open at 6pm, music starts at 7pm, at North Caroline High School.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. If you would prefer to purchase your tickets in person or over the phone, please visit or call the Caroline County Council of Arts at 410.479.1009. Proceeds benefit the Friday Nites in Caroline Free Concert Series, and Arts Programming in Caroline County.
Food & refreshments available onsite. If you need special accommodation at the venue, please let us know 10 days prior to the event.
A special thank you to our event sponsor Towers Concrete Products, Inc.
On Saturday, October 11th, 2-4pm, the Caroline County Council of Arts (CCCA) will host another mosaic activity with Foundry artist Joanne Gelles, as part of the “Second Saturday” series offered at the Denton Artsway in downtown Denton.
The event is free and open to all ages.
As a continuation to the mosaic activity presented in September, previous mosaic works will be grouted and new participants cvan join the fun by completing a mosaic Halloween candle holder.
The Artsway is located on Fourth Street, between Market and Gay Streets in Denton. Free demonstrations and activities from a variety of artists are typically be held either at The Foundry community arts gallery (401 Market St.), FACES (7 N. Fourth St.) or at the Community Demonstration Garden (behind FACES).
For more information please contact the CCCA office 410-479-1009 or friend us on facebook for more details.
“Stitching the Stories of Freedom: A Byway Quilt Trail Honoring the Underground Railroad” is a public art project developed by the Caroline County Arts Council and the Caroline County Tourism Office with support from the Maryland State Arts Council. Sixteen quilt block replicas are being installed at significant sites along the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway in Caroline County.
“Through this partnership, we have been able to honor the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman and tell the story of the Underground Railroad through public art,” says Marina Dowdall, Executive Director of the Caroline County Council of Arts.
Blocks include Chips and Whetstones at the Linchester Mill, Underground Railroad at the Leverton House, Tobacco Leaf at the Village of Choptank, Log Cabin at the Webb Cabin, North Star at the Williston Grist Mill, Whig’s Defeat at the Williston Community Church, Hole in the Barn Door at the 4H Park, Children of Israel at the Tuckahoe Meeting House, Sailboat at the Choptank River Heritage Center, Cotton Boll at the Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore, Garden Maze at the Foundry, Wagon Wheels at the Greensboro Riverfront Park, Maple Leaf at the Tuckahoe State Park, and Pine Tree and Wild Goose Chase at Adkins Arboretum. A companion trail-guide will be available in the new year with quilt block locations, stories, and parking information for each site. Details about the project can be found online at http://www.fiberartscenter.com/quilt-trail/.
This project has been made possible through the contributions of numerous volunteers, the Maryland State Arts Council, and by private sponsors. To sponsor a quilt block along the Stitching Stories of Freedom Byway Quilt Trail, complete the form online at http://www.fiberartscenter.com/quilt-trail/. Each $100 contribution will help maintain a quilt block throughout its lifetime. Sponsors will be recognized on the Byway Quilt Trail trail-guide, webpage and at the location of the block they have chosen to sponsor. For additional information on the Byway Quilt Block Trail or to get involved in the project, please contact Marina Dowdall at 410-479-1009