Art of the Valley Gallery hosts First Friday event in Avon
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What: Art of the Valley Gallery’s First Friday.
Where: Art of the Valley Gallery, Avon’s Chapel Square.
When: Friday, Sept. 1, 5:30 to 8 p.m.
Cost: Free, with art for sale.
More information: Art of the Valley Gallery will be temporarily moving locations in October to the former police station in Avon, located under Town Hall.
Art of the Valley Gallery hosts its September First Friday event Sept. 1 at its gallery in Avon’s Chapel Square from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Pat Hamilton will perform.
The Avon gallery is joining with the Sherpa Foundation, and proceeds from many of the painting will be donated to the organization providing humanitarian aid to Himalayan communities.
Art of the Valley Gallery will be making a temporary move in October to the former police station in Avon, located under Town Hall. During the winter and late fall, it will be hosting its workshops, classes and First Fridays there. Art of the Valley Gallery will be sharing the space with other nonprofits.
September’s First Friday will be the last in the Chapel Square location, with art for sale, wine and live music. Pemba Sherpa and his board members will be there with some photographs Woody Woodruff took in Nepal during the earthquake.
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