PRESS RELEASE: Art Events in Montpelier

Come out and celebrate: Art Walk, Sculptcycle Unveiling, and meet Montpelier Alive’s new Executive Director!

Unwind on Friday, October 15th in downtown Montpelier during our fall Art Walk, where you will find comics art, dancing, music, edible delectables and the unveiling of Montpelier Alive’s newest gift to the city.

Downtown Montpelier will be Alive with Montpelier Alive'sfall Art Walk. All are invited to stroll, free of charge through a variety of downtown businesses and public venues from 4 to 8 pm to enjoy an array of visual and performing arts by local artists, including Mary Jo Krolewski (see attached image), showing at The Cheshire Cat on Elm Street.

In a “Comics” inspired theme, The Kellogg Hubbard Children's Library will be open for the entirety of Art Walk to display work from their Supergirls and Dark Knights Comics Clubs and Birchgrove Baking will create a cake inspired by the strip Mimi's Doughnuts by NH artist, Marek Bennett. Art walk programs, listing participating venues and artists, will be available at venue locations throughout Montpelier. New Art Walk venues include Venus Tattoos, Contemporary Dance and Fitness Studio and Capital Kitchen.

At 5:30 P.M. on the lawn of the Washington County Court House (State and Elm Streets), Montpelier Alive will unveil its newest gift to the city. Join in the celebration as this sculpture is revealed to the public in its new home. Montpelier Alive’s new Executive Director, Chuck D’Aprix is also expected to be on-hand for the unveiling.

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