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Local arts & entertainment news Dec. 12-18

Community Calendar

 

Two Sues Pop-Up Art Show at New Sarum
Tonight 6-9 p.m.
Artists Sue Davis (handmade kaleidoscopes and fused glass) and Sue McHugh (original alcohol ink art)
109 N. Lee St.,  http://newsarumbrewing.com

Pink Poppy by Sue McHugh

 

Cherrathee Hager’s cheerful art brightens windows
The 5th Annual Cruise-By Christmas Art Show will be Dec. 12- Jan. 5 featuring the professional window art of local artist Cherrathee Hager.
This year’s show includes forty painted windows. See them at Windsor Gallery in Ketner Center, Checkered Flag BBQ on South Main Street and Hendrix BBQ on West Innes and Hw 70.
The window art show is available daily from 7 a.m.-9 p.m. it is fun for the entire family.  Cherrathee hopes that her paintings creates smiles, special memories and blessings. Contact her at 704-490-2001.

 

Hoffman releases new single of Little Drummer Boy
Local composer and recording artist Marc Hoffman has released a new single, which features Marc’s new, jazz-influenced arrangement of the Christmas classic, Little Drummer Boy.
The track, featuring vocal, piano and percussion, also features guest artist bassist Nelson Rios.
Learn more at www.marchoffman.com

 

Annual Rowan County history course
Jan. 30-May 2
For 9  weeks on Thursdays, mostly 6:30-8:30 p.m., the classes meet at various historic locations beginning with the Rowan Museum.
The course includes information on Native Americans, early pioneers, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, industrialization, and much more, right up to modern times. The basic text is “Rowan County… A Brief History” by James S. Brawley, available at Rowan Public Library or on CD at the class for $10.
Registration: Current members of HSF or Rowan Museum $25. Newcomers to the community (past 12 months) $20. General public $30. Info on schedule, class materials at www.historicsalisbury.org/education/history-class
To register or for more information, email office@historicsalisbury.org or call 704-636-0103.

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