Let the Sun Shine In! Art exhibit at the Arts Center in Marshall January 24 to February 29
Forget the cold, wipe away the mold.
Get yourself down the Arts Center for a dose of sunshine.
We’ve got a group of local artists with a
bright display of sunny, inspiring works
designed to put some pep in your step.
And we are still accepting works for the show!
The exhibit will be up through February 29th
Hours are Monday-Friday 10am-5pm Saturday 10am-3pm
At the Arts Center 90 South Main Street in Marshall.
So if you’ve got some sunshine to share, bring it on down!
Weizenblatt Gallery to Exhibit Sculptures By Remy Hanemann from February 17 to March 5
Weizenblatt Gallery to Exhibit Sculptures By Remy Hanemann
Mars Hill University’s Weizenblatt Gallery will exhibit works by Spruce Pine sculptor Remy Hanemann from Monday, February 17, 2020, through Thursday, March 5, 2020. A reception for the artist will be held Wednesday, February 19, from 6-8 pm.
Hanemann is a highly experienced and accomplished metal worker. He grew up in southern Louisiana, surrounded by the oil processing, commercial fishing, and fabrication industries. One of their by-products was scrap: cast-offs from manufacturing, junked machinery, and other items that were no longer of value to their original owners.
In his artworks, Hanemann uses these discarded and recycled metal objects. He recombines them in new ways, similar in concept to the ways that people reinvent themselves when moving from one phase of life to another. These new creations show their history in their forms, textures, colors, while their new combinations show the beauty that their histories bring to the present. Hanemann’s work is best seen slowly and rewards contemplation, both in the artworks as well as in their parallels to the viewer’s own history.
Hot Springs Community Trailfest April 17 to April 19
Hot Springs Community TrailFest
April 17, 2020 – April 19, 2020 | N/A
A celebration of the Appalachian Trail and the great outdoors in downtown Hot Springs!
A weekend of fun, FREE outdoor events for the whole community! Live Music, "hiker' games, Camp stove Cook-off, Talent Show, Duck Race, and more! Great Food and Vendors will be there as well.
Hot Springs Welcome Center
106 Bridge Street
Hot Springs, NC
Tours/Demonstration Saturdays at Horse Sense
Saturday, May 18, 2019
11:00 AM 12:00 PM
Saturdays, March thru December:
March 9, March 30, April 27, May 18,
June 15, July 6, Aug 24,
Sept 7, Oct 5, Nov 16, Dec 7
11 AM - 12 Noon; held at Main Arena
INTRODUCTORY TOURS/DEMONSTRATION SATURDAYS
March thru December, one Saturday of each month Horse Sense is featuring a FREE mini-experiential at the farm with the horses. Come spend time with us connecting with yourself and the natural world. Bring a lunch for after the tour and enjoy it in our Pavilion and walk our Labyrinth as well! For more information: https://www.horsesenseotc.com/events
Thursdays at 7 pm at Zumas
Thursdays at 7 pm at Zuma, 7 N. Main St, downtown Marshall: FREE music with “Blue Grass Jam” featuring Bobby Hicks and friends 649-1617
Wednesdays from 6:30 to 9 pm at Zuma's
Wednesdays from 6:30 to 9:00 pm at Zuma. Open Mic with hosts Linda Jarvis and Jerry Burns.
Open Mic Nights at Zuma
Weeknights: Wednesday at Zuma. Contact locations for information.
Fridays at 6:30 pm at the Depot
Fridays at 6:30 pm at The Depot, 282 S. Main St, downtown Marshall: FREE traditional music and dancing. 649-2332 (all year except for first Friday in December)
Every other Saturday at 7:30 - Rodeo
Every other Saturday at 7:30: Rodeo at the Madison County Fairgrounds. $10 for tickets. As of right now, no indoor rodeo. For more information, contact 828-206-6969.
Flowers and Clay, second annual Copus pottery home show and farm tour July 18 to 19, 2020
Spend the Day with Us — Or the Weekend
Come be part of our extended family as we open our business homes to the public for the first time ever. Flowers and Clay is an annual collaboration between Josh Copus Pottery and Carolina Flowers — also known as Josh and Emily Copus.
Walk inside a 27-foot pottery kiln and pick a dahlia from the garden. See how wild clay is made and tour the production farm where we grow tens of thousands of flowers each year. Dine with us on Saturday night — we’ll have pizza from our woodfire oven with herbs from the farm and garden.
Plan to stay awhile. We’ll have games and activities. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy our mountain cove, or make a day trip to one of the nearby hikes or swimming spots. Explore downtown Marshall while you’re in the neighborhood, and be sure to walk past the Old Marshall Jail — our other creative business endeavor.
There is no cost to attend this event. Flowers and pottery will be for sale on site.
Check back for additional details, schedules and collaboration announcements.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE: Farm tours will take place at specific times only. The farm is short drive or walk from the pottery kiln complex, where the main event will be held. There are extensive gardens for you to enjoy at the kiln complex, but the bulk of our production happens at other sites.