Thursday, May 7, 5-8pm Soft Sculpture & Wearable Art Opening Reception
Exhibit runs through May 31
Wednesday, May 6, 7-9pm Orange Drink and Draw
Live model and drawing instructor. BYOB. $20 at the door.
May 16th noon to May 17th noon Arts Unbound & Jerry’s Artist Outlet Art Marathon
540-B Freeman Street, Orange, NJ
Saturday, May 2 Opening of Spring Art Show and Sale A collection of fine art paintings, drawings and handmade scarves, shawls and other fine crafts. Runs through June 13.
Window Dressing #2 featuring visual artist Eleta Caldwell
Saturday, May 9 CAW Mentoring Program 2-4pm (for youth 10-18 years of age)
Knitting Circle 2-4pm Cost: $5/person
Catfish Friday Potluck and Meeting 7pm
FRIDAY, JUNE 12 AT 7PM
On Hat City Streets Festival Eve
ValleyArts Creative Co-op at Kelli Copeland Lofts
400 South Jeff erson Street, Orange, NJ 07050
Casual Supper, Drinks, Music, and Fun!
New and old friends of ValleyArts are cordially invited to our Pre-Hat City Streets Festival Kick-off Party!
Mix, mingle, and socialize with the artists and musicians up close and personal before the main event.
Take pictures with your favorite performers, view artwork for sale from local artists, tour the new artist lofts. Join us as we launch a weekend of exceptional art, entertainment, and fun!
Come and enjoy food and music as we celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Valley Arts District with supporters and art enthusiasts like Mayor D. Warren, Dr. K. Warren, Pat Morrissy, Richard Bryant; Members of the ValleyArts Board, Visual Arts and Festival Committees; Members of HANDS Board; artists who live and work around the Kelli Copeland Courtyard and vendors and neighbors and friends like you!
In addition to casual food, drink, and entertainment, your ticket also includes:
-Donation to ValleyArts (501c3 organization)
-VIP viewing of Mainstage on Saturday at Hat City Streets Festival.
All proceeds go to ValleyArts
ValleyArts Executive Director Richard T. Bryant on Comcast Newsmakers 3/16/2015
More than $600,000 in Federal Funds Awarded to Orange Train Station
Award will Strengthen Local Neighborhoods, Economy
Mayor Dwayne D. Warren, Esq. announced today that the City of Orange Township has been awarded $614,000 in Federal Transportation funding for the Highland Avenue Station Rehabilitation Project. These funds were made available to the City by the Transportation Alternative Program through the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), with the goal of strengthening the “cultural, aesthetic and environmental aspects” of the nation’s transportation system, according to State Commissioner Jamie Fox.
Said Mayor Warren, “on behalf of the City of Orange we are grateful for these seeds, from which our businesses and neighborhoods will grow and prosper.”
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