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Cauble Creek Artist Invitational is today

Cauble Creek Vineyard will hold its first Artist Invitational through Nov. 20. Twenty-one renowned local artists are participating.
Today from 3-6 p.m., the artists will be honored with a reception at Cauble Creek Vineyard.
Visitors to the winery will have the opportunity to view the artwork, vote on their favorite, and purchase art. Artists will be submitting up to three pieces of work, one of which will be wine themed.
A portion of the sales proceeds during the final week of the show will go towards The Landtrust for Central North Carolina, a local nonprofit dedicated to protecting and preserving property.
Participating artists include:
• Sayed Ahmad
• Clyde
• Robert Crum
• Sharon Forthofer
• Adele Goodman
• Leslie Hudson-Tolles
• Tim and Lisa Kluttz
• Rachel Lee
• Paul McKay
• Joyce Metters
• Don Moore
• Whitney Peckman
• Cara Reische
• Jeremy Sams
• Betty Sedberry
• Frank Selby
• Brent Smith
• Walter Stanford
• Phyllis Steimel
• James Taylor
• Curtis Waller
?The show may be viewed Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
Cauble Creek Vineyard is located at 700 Cauble Farm Road in Salisbury. For more information, call 704-633-1137.

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