ART ON THE SQUARE – Cancelled due to weather…

THE FOURTH ANNUAL ART ON THE SQUARE
Please welcome the
Burke County Public Library’s STORYTELLING FESTIVAL !
ALL ON THE SQUARE THIS SATURDAY 

This event has been cancelled due to the weather forecast.
We will re-schedule so stay tuned!

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MORGANTON, NORTH CAROLINA
SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2016
11 am – 5 pm

Join artists frDSCN0144om every corner of North Carolina and beyond for ART ON THE SQUARE, an outdoor fine arts show to be held in Morganton.  Artists will present their work on the grassy lawn of the Historic Old Courthouse in the center of Downtown.  Painters, Jewelers, Photographers, Sculptors, Woodworkers, Potters, and more will be participating in this one day event..

Diane Enger-Jewelry
Tom Banfield – Pottery
Eugenie Fein –  Painting
BAC-Art-on-the-Square-2016-Flyer_full-resBeth Riddle – Jewelry
Carol Sailing – Painting

Glenn Tanzer – Pottery
Pam Dergins – Woodworking
Marty Lineburger – Painting
Casey Kilgore & Friends – Painting and Fiber
Taylor Ross – Woodworking
Cathy Green – Painting
Suzie Rowland – Clay Sculpture and Anne Thompson – Pottery
Salem Shannon – Jewelry

FOOD BOOTH – THE PERFECT CUP OF MORGANTON

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Please join the Burke Arts Council and the Burke County Public Library for a Storytelling Festival. The festival will feature some of the best storytellers from Eastern NC to Western NC, and will provide stories for all ages. Various artists will be on the square demonstrating their work. Remember to bring a lawn chair! Snacks and drinks will be available for sale.

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Downtown Morganton is in the foothills of Western North Carolina with easy access from Charlotte, Greensboro or Asheville; located at Exit 105 on Interstate 40. US Highways 18 and 181, as well as US 64 and US 70 also intersect the city.  In a recent issue, Southern Living Magazine called Morganton a small town we love, “this Foothills Blue Ridge Community is quickly gaining a reputation as a vibrant hub for dining and the arts.”  Visit the website www.downtownmorganton.com