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The Come Out and Play sculpture show, 150 Wild Horse Run, Pittsboro, NC 27312, opens with a huge reception on Saturday, August 25 and Sunday, August 26, 2018, noon until dark. It continues the next four Saturdays, September 1, 8, 15, and 22 starting at 3 p.m. and ending at dark. It is free to everyone and dogs on leashes are encouraged to attend. There is wonderful art of all media, live music, and food and drink. The music is provided by the NC Songwriters Co-op.
The show was started 17 years ago to mark the first anniversary of 9/11 and has continued since then to promote kindness in the word through art and connecting people. My husband, Eric Brantley, and I host the show on our 17-acre farm in Chatham County. There are over 80 artists who show their work, and it is a wonderful collection of the serious and the whimsical, the large and the small, and a great way to show children that art can be an integral part of every day life.
Questions? Email Debbie Meyer or call 919-357-6142.
Come Out and Play 2017 Slideshow
NC Songwriter's Co-op
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2015 Slideshow Movie
All music was performed live on the Wac Stern Show on WCOM 103.5 FM featuring Glass Kit with "Faulty Love;" Holy Ghost Tent Revival with "Got A New;" Campfires and Constellations with "Movin';" Urban Soil with "Answer Man;" Lemon Jordan with "Stones;" Ellen Hart and Connor Belson with "Falling;" and The Commandeers with "I Don't Know Why."
JimGin Farm is located at 150 Wild Horse Run, Pittsboro, NC, 27312
For more information email Debbie Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919.942.3252
Directions – West from Carrboro, go out Jones Ferry Road. Measuring from the light at Willow Creek Shopping Plaza, go 5 and 3/4 miles then turn left onto Wild Horse Run, a gravel drive marked by a street sign. There are Come Out and Play banners at the street entrance. Follow the drive until it ends at JimGin Farm. Parking is on the right after passing through the wooden gate.
Show photography, video, web & FB by Jackie Helvey ©2002-2018
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