Locals and visitors alike are invited to head out onto the Rappahannock County Artisan Trail this Saturday, the Second Saturday of the month, for a day of visual, culinary and environmental delights.
Belle Meade School: Crop in the Country — Friday to Sunday. A Stampin’ Up team will offer projects and fiber artist Regina Yurkonis will have two felting classes. Meals provided from dinner Friday to lunch on Sunday. Fee $200. Belle Meade B&B offers rooms from $160-$220/ night. Stay two nights and save $20/night! 540-987-9748
Blue Ridge Artisans:
Spirit Trail Fiber-works — Knit and Purr! Purchase yarn or silk scarves and 20 percent of the proceeds will be donated to Rappahannock Animal Welfare League (RAWL) and RappCats. A worthy cause, and a great opportunity to select unique Holiday gifts! We feature local artists in ceramics, glass, jewelry, fine art paintings, prints, as well as hand-dyed yarn and silk scarves. 11 to 5 Saturday.
Middle Street Gallery:
Member Exhibition — Group exhibition by 20 accomplished gallery members. Artists work in a full range of media encompassing many art forms. Exhibition runs through November. 10 to 5.
River District Potters: Make an Ornament — Potters will be in the studio to help you make and paint holiday ornaments. Free! 11 to 5.
Cooperative — Adam Disbrow will create a live painting while discussing his art. His works address issues of relationship, spirituality, sexuality, beauty, duality, relativism, nature and dominion. Free. 1 to 3.