Be sure to stop by the Ferrer Gallery in the Historic Village Green Building in town for "New Directions," a special autumn exhibit featuring the work of Nashville, Indiana artists in residence: Dixie Ferrer, mixed media artist; Dick Ferrer, painter; and Barb Brooke Davis, wool fiber artist! This is the last exhibit for this trio in the downtown location as the Ferrer Gallery is closing by the end of the year. This show commemorates their rewarding 16 years connection with the gallery and each other.
WHERE: Ferrer Gallery (Vilage Green Bldg., 61 West Main St.-second level)
PLACE: Ferrer Gallery
Head to the 19th Hole, the place to go for your late night entertainment! Enjoy great drink and food specials, a fun atmosphere, and best of all...live music!
WHERE: 19th Hole Sports Bar (Lower level at Salt Creek Golf Retreat)
PLACE: 19th Hole Sports Bar and Grille
All are invited to Jackson Township Fire Department's Friendly Forest, an interactive adventure by friendly fire fighters. Cute enough for toddlers and friendly enough for all ages, the Friendly Forest is guaranteed to please. Come in costume and enjoy free candy bags, hot chocolate and popcorn for the kiddies. Snacks, coffee and pumpkins also available for purchase. Forest open weather permitting – call station for weather updates.
ADMISSION: $1 per child; adults are free with child
WHERE: Jackson Township Fire Department (4831 Helmsburg Road, Helmsburg, IN)
B3 Gallery presents "Simple Pleasures, Everyday Joys," an exhibit of beautiful and function pottery by Carol Bell. The show will run from October 8th through November 10th. An opening reception will be held during the Second Saturday Art Walk on October 10th from 5-8 p.m. With clay as her canvas, Carol uses a variety of slips, resists and glazes to create dynamic and appealing results. She strives to create pieces that are fresh, colorful and lively while meeting her own high standards of creative integrity and craftsmanship.
WHERE: B3 Gallery (125 S. Van Buren St., on the second floor of the Artist Colony Shops)
PLACE: B3 Gallery
Travel along the back roads of Brown County, on a free, self-guided tour, to home studios of many local artists. From metalwork, to paintings, to handwoven items, these artist have a wide variety of talents. For the whole month of October, these artists open their doors to share their skills with you.
WHERE: Brown County, IN