Local art stirs batter at Cornbread Cook-Off
On June 23, excitement will be cooking in Linville.
Not only is it the Old Hampton Store’s annual Cornbread Cook-Off, but it is also the first Avery Tour de Art of the year and the reception date for the Avery Arts Council’s current exhibition, “Mountains, Legends and Lore.”
To celebrate all things homemade and creative, the Avery Arts Council will host four artists’ demonstrations: wood-turner Jim Caskowski, basket weaver Connie Dellinger-Brooks and exhibiting artists Linda Elksnin and Lillian Trettin.
These artists will be on hand during the day, showing the public what they do best. Trettin and Elksnin will both be demonstrating their artistic mediums and inviting the public to join in. The reception takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. and, like the rest of the day’s events, is free and open to the public.
For more information, call the Avery Arts Council at (828) 733-0054 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Avery County Arts Council (AAC) is located at 77 Ruffin St. in Linville. The AAC is a nonprofit organization working to enrich the people of Avery County through meaningful arts and cultural experiences. For more than 30 years, the council has helped to support school arts programs and served as a resource for artists and the community.
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