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General East Meets West
Take a brief guided garden tour of the Museum’s Chinese Garden and then enjoy a hands-on Bonsai workshop. MSV Members: $35; all others: $40. Registration by May 7 required. Call 540-662-1473, ext. 233, or email ppampe@theMSV.org.
5/15/13
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General Echoes through Time: Stories from the Shenandoah Valley
During this free program for children and families, a costumed interpreter in the Shenandoah Valley Gallery will bring Valley history to life. Participants will meet Fennel Corbin of Corbin Hollow and learn about mountain life during the Great Depression. Fennel will also discuss how his life changed when Shenandoah National Park was built. Each of the three identical programs will last about 20 minutes. Adults must accompany participating children. Free to all. Gallery admission is free to all until noon; after noon gallery admission rates apply for visitors age 13 and older.
5/15/13
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General Going With The Grain
http://loudountimes.com/index.php/entertainment/calendar/ Calendar items must be received by 7 p.m. Tuesday for the following week's publication. Saturday, April 20 from 5 – 8 PM Opening Reception for "Going with The Grain" hosted by Live An Artful Life® Gallery. A wood carving demonstration by Sarah Angle will begin at 6 PM. The show celebrates the natural artistic medium of wood. For thousands of years wood has been used for both fuel and tools, but art? You bet and this show will introduce you to six gifted artisans all working in a broad spectrum of wood: Sarah Angle, Bruce Cameron, Linda Deardorff, Barbara Dill, Kyle England, and Nathan Hawkes. Included works will be hand carved sculptures, unusual serving/cutting boards and trays, alder wood vessels, boxes and napkin rings, multi axis wood turned sculpture, hand crafted furniture, wood turned bowls and creative functional items. Free, age limit 18 and over. Show runs through May 19, Wed – Sat 11 – 6 PM, Sun 11 – 4 PM.
4/20/13 - 5/19/13
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