Feb. 11: Valentine’s Art Crawl
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Come see the wide variety of arts being done by several professional and area artists at the 4th Annual Valentine’s Art Crawl on Watertown’s Historic Town Square, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 11, from noon until 9 p.m.

Sponsored by the Local Artists Guild of Watertown, at least 18 professional and local artists working in a wide diversity of media will be displaying their works inside of several businesses around Watertown’s Square and along Main Street. Many of the works on display will be for sale. The art works may be priceless, but the event is free for everyone to attend!

During the day, in addition to the art displays, there will be a Valentine’s themed photo booth at the Watertown Square’s gazebo. Then, from 6-9 p.m., hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be served at the participating businesses (some hosts will serve wine).

Among the arts and artists featured are furniture and paintings by Michael Summers, ceramics by Susan DeMay, paintings by Bill Hunter, metals and jewelry by Susan Thornton, and paintings by Maribeth Wright, Ken Walls and Donna Delmas. Participating businesses include Thornton Metals Studio, the Gypsy Moon Gallery, Lew’s Remodeling Center, Chamber of Commerce Office, Walker Creek Toffee, Hand Me Up, Crystal Elegance Catering, The Watertown Gazette, The Mad Housewife Gallery and the office of the Watertown Chamber of Commerce.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see and purchase some wonderful artworks from the extremely talented local artists! For more information about the Art Crawl, contact Donna Delmas at 615-306-6523. Watertown is approximately 27 miles from Woodbury; take SR-53 (Gassaway Road) to U.S. 70. Travel U.S. 70 for 11.5 miles; Downtown Watertown will be on your right.
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