VILLAGE ARTISANS, 6367 STATE ST. P.O. 81, GARDEN, MI 906-644-2025, email@example.com
Sara Bagley is instructing individuals in pen and ink drawing on Wednesday afternoons from noon to 2pm. Dates in December are December 11 & 18. Call Sara by Tuesday of each week to register. Everyone is welcome on any of the dates.
A children's reading hour will be held on the 2nd Friday of every month beginning on December 13th. at 10am-11am. Call Ruth Craig at 644-3534 for information.
The Art for the Holidays Silent Auction fundraiser for the Village Artisans will be held on Saturday December 7, 2013 at the Garden Gallery. Please note that the time of the auction has been changed this year. The doors will open at 2:45, bidding is from 3-4pm and wrap up is 4-5pm. Save the date for this chance to bid on beautiful, high quality, handmade art & craft items, just in time for holiday gift giving. There will be plenty of food, wine, music, and a chance to visit with old friends and neighbors.
To view items ahead of time, click on picture gallery/silent auction on the left of this webpage. The first entry is the 2013 silent auction info and pictures of items donated as they come in.....more are added every day. Click on the picture to see all items and if you click again on a picture, you will get a slide show of the items. There are over 33 items to view...and more are added each day!
Garden Gourment meets at St. John's Hall at 5-7pm September 26th. Come enjoy recipes from fresh garden produce. A fun evening together for those who like to cook and eat! Bring a dish to pass or recipe to share .....or just come and enjoy the great food and company. All are welcome to attend, bring friends. No fee but a free-will offering is appreciated for use of the church hall. Call Ruth Craig at 644-3534.
Eighteen women enjoyed activities with Bonnie Rochefort on Wednesday September 16th, 10a.m. at her camp. Bonnie provided dessert to go with everyones sack lunch. Special guest was Phyllis Lamberg of Rapid River with her Indian Basketry. Her baskets are featured in the U.S. Dept. of the Interior "Indian Craft Shop" in Washington, D.C.
Phyllis is a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and was born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. A self-taught artist, Phyllis began basket weaving in the early 1990s after her reitrement. At that time, she became interested in her heritage and began exploring the art form of basketry. Phyllis creates woven and gourd baskets accented with earth elements. Her inspiration comes from the natural environment and she states "creating basketry gives me a sense of a relationship and connnection with nature."