Visit this exhibit all October - November at Chateau Thomas Winery. The exhibit interprets abundance through the paintings, photography,fiber art and jewelry of area artists.
WHERE: 225 S. Van Buren Street
PLACE: Chateau Thomas Winery and Gift Shoppe
B3 Gallery is hosting Smashing Designs, featuring the work of local artists Susan Threehawks and Connie Simmonds. This aptly named show will highlight one-of-a-kind mosaic pieces, many of which are made with broken glass, pottery and china. Pieces also incorporate old jewelry, stones, gems and various other found objects.
WHERE: B3 Gallery
PLACE: B3 Gallery
This Competition offers the opportunity to showcase one's artistic & imaginative ability. Build a structure of gingerbread logs & decorate with edible materials. A culinary challenge, lots of fun & smells good too.
ADMISSION: free to public
WHERE: Brown County Inn
PLACE: Brown County Inn
The guides at eXplore Brown County celebrate with you the rich history of Native American life here in Brown County during this month of Thanksgiving. Guides share stories and local history relating to the Native Brown County people who lived vibrant, meaningful, and diverse lives filled with cultural expression. Much of Brown County's landscape has changed drastically since these people roamed our hills. But, at eXplore Brown County you can soar through the trees and enjoy a landscape much like it once was.
ADMISSION: Varies based on activity; $25-$80 on zip lines; $70 up to $120 on ATV and Hill Climb Buggy Tours
WHERE: eXplore Brown County at Valley Branch Retreat
PLACE: Explore Brown County at Valley Branch Retreat
Come view the works of art created by members of the Friends of T.C. Steele State Historic Site. The show’s theme is taken from one of Steele’s quotes which will change every year. This year’s theme is inspired by the quote, “I often speak of appreciation-both of nature and art as the art of seeing beautifully” by T.C. Steele.
ADMISSION: Included with Admission
WHERE: TC Steele STate Historic Site
PLACE: TC Steele State Historic Site