Roller Mill open house to feature holiday tablescapes

  • Posted: Tuesday, November 5, 2013 1:21 a.m.

CHINA GROVE ­— The China Grove Roller Mill Museum open house Sunday event will feature holiday tablescapes from local businessowners and artists.

The event is from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. at the museum, 308 N. Main St., China Grove.

The artists who will have featured tablescapes are: Sandee Carrigan, Connie Corriher and Chandra Whicker, Tilda Corriher of Corriher Springs Flower Shop, Scottie Davis of Encore, Lisa Deal and  Barrett Anderson of Embellish, Kay Kluttz, Linda Scarborough and Donna Phillips, and Tamara Solomon.

Tours of the four-story building and the original mill equipment will be offered throughout the afternoon as well, which includes newly designed historical displays.

The Roller Mill Museum has monthly open house events that feature various exhibits. The building that houses the museum was a meeting place for the agricultural community surrounding China Grove.

The Roller Mill Museum is also available for receptions, meetings and public events. For more information or to reserve the museum, call Barbara Doby at 704-433-3912.

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