AWAAC CLASSES are currently online. More classes coming soon.
You don’t have to be an artist to join the fun! The Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission plans a variety of arts and crafts classes for everyone to enjoy. Classes are usually held in the at the Waterville Library but are currently online due to COVID.
May 19, 2021 5:00 pm
WATERVILLE THIRD STREET PLANTERS
The Anthony Wayne Area Art Commission volunteers will fill the Waterville Third Street planters with beautiful flowers on May 19, 2021 while social distancing, of course! Special thanks to Emilee Roach (event organizer)! Flowers supplied by Wardell's Garden Center.
Grab your garden gloves
and come give us a hand!
Two food truck Tuesday events will
HAPPEN in 2021!!
July 13, 2021
Aug. 3, 2021
Join AWAAC as we provide live music, free kids' crafts , artisans' booths and multiple food trucks with yummy selections!
5:00 - 8:00 pm
If you have enjoyed these events in the past please donate to help PAY our musicians! Donate HERE
Art & About Lite: A Plein Air Paint Out
June 17, 18 & 19, 2021
Art and About is a three-day event that invites talented, local artists to set up and paint outdoors throughout the historic city of Waterville, OH. The public is invited to watch the artists paint and interact with them as they work. Art & About is a free family-friendly event which gives the public an opportunity to see these talented artists in action. Finished paintings will be displayed on the Anthony Wayne Area Art Commission website at the conclusion of the event.
The First Annual Anthony Wayne Arts Festival - Sept. 11, 2021
Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission is planning an EXCITING event for Sept.11, 2021 - the Anthony Wayne Arts Festival to be held at Village Park in Whitehouse, OH., from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm. This festival will feature a myriad of talented female musicians and will honor first responders.
A live music concert featuring female musicians, kids' activities and crafts, a beer/wine garden, food trucks, buskers and an artisan/vendor area will all be part of the fun!
From 3:00 - 5:00 pm there will be children’s activities including a craft project as well as rocket construction and launching. Buskers (street performers) will be located throughout the park. Food trucks, including We Be Ribs and K & K Concessions, will be available during the entire event. An artisan booth area will be part of the fun.
Then beginning at 5:00 pm the beer/wine garden will open. There is a $5 entrance fee for the garden. Also, the live evening entertainment will begin in the park pavilion. This includes the following line up of talented female musicians:
5:00 pm - Bliss
6:00 pm - Ella Cole with John Barile
7:00 pm - New Moon
8:00 pm - Morgan Stiegler & the Pinup Project
A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to local First Responders organizations.
Rue des Artistes (Street of Artists) at Roche de Boeuf Festival -
September 25, 2021
The Roche de Boeuf Festival organized by the Waterville Chamber of Commerce will be held on September 25 in downtown Waterville from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The parade begins at 10:00 am. Always a time, this year’s festival will feature a special artists’ area located on N. Second St. Visitors to the festival will have a chance to view, enjoy and purchase the work of over 30 local artists. This fine arts section named, Rue des Artistes, is organized by the Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission.
FALLEN TIMBERS ART FESTIVAL
If you like art, wine, and delicious food then this is the event for you!
The Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission is partnering with the Shops at Fallen Timbers to host the first Fallen Timbers Art Festival with an art show/sale and wine tasting on November 6 and 7, 2021 from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm. both days. This indoor event will be held at the Shops at Fallen Timbers, 3100 Main Street, Maumee, OH 43537 in the former Forever 21 store building (Suite 1200).
The focus is to uplift our community and celebrate all the wonderful art and artists in Northwest Ohio and Southeastern Michigan while also featuring excellent local wine and delectable treats. We are delighted about this new event and aim to make it an annual tradition.
Fallen Timbers Art Festival will feature – and focus on the sale of – exceptional works of art in metal, glass, clay, wood, fiber, jewelry, sculpture, paintings and photography, and more. 50 artists will be participating, and along with our food and beverage vendors, we anticipate a wonderful weekend filled with amazing art, wine, treats and fun!
Four outstanding local wineries will be onsite for wine tasting and purchase. These include: Majestic Oaks Winery, Leisure Time Winery, Four Fires Meadery and Urban Pine Winery!
Delicious cuisine will be available for purchase from Rosie's Rolling Chef and Lyle’s Crepes. Choose from Rosie's classics like lamb chops, lobster mac, hot mama bread, Italian subs as well as Lyle’s both sweet and savory crepe selections.
There is no entry fee to the show.
Wine Tasting tickets are for sale (comes with 10 drink tickets):
$10 in advance (online at AWAAC website home page using credit card or in person at The Shops at Fallen Timbers office, 3100 Main St. on walkway between B&N and Red Robin cash only)
$15 at the door
Additional tickets can be purchased at the event.
Just in time for holiday gift giving! AWAAC is hosting a virtual show and sale on our website. We would like to show some of our local artists' amazing work! Participants can submit up to 4 works for sale or just for display. The artist’s contact information will be posted so people interested in purchasing can contact the artist directly to work out the details for payment and pick up. There is no charge to participating artists, but we ask that you consider donating 10% of any sales you make from the show to AWAAC to help support our many events and activities.
AWAAC and Dave's Running will be hosting a 5K run, family walk and bicycle race across the Waterville Bridge. We are working with ODOT to make this happen and will post the date and more details as soon as we can.
Trashion Fashion Extravaganza Sponsored by the Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission
The winner was Laura Decsman. Her design team includes Kristina Frederickson, Kate Hatas, Marilyn Wagoner, and Lynne Santus.
Laura’s outfit is made of several un-used surgical drape sheets that would have otherwise been incinerated, thus sending countless chemicals into the air we breathe. The fish scales are made from paint chips, plastic sheets and doggy treat bags – all recyclable materials. The head dress she is wearing is a plastic x-ray cassette bag which is adorned with more fish scales. Her shawl is composed of bubble wrap. The jewelry is designed with used beads and fishing lures, making her just about ready for the Maumee River Walleye Run. Here is hoping we all get on the recycling bandwagon to keep our environment clean.
It was a close contest and we want to congratulation all the contestants: Michelle Pelton, Charlene Gary, Kay-Lynne Schaller, Starbuck Rodger and his design team includes Melanie Sears, Ben Devorss, and Lynn Somogye from Bittersweet Farms, Wendy Gray and her design team Brittany Miller and Courtney Gray from 3rd Street Blooms, Mackinzie Spencer, Olivia Wiczynski, Babs and her design team Aggie Alt from the Old House.
MORE PHOTOS ON EVENT VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY PAGE!
THANKS TO OUR MANY SPONSORS:
Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits
Carruth's Garden Smiles
Downtown Salon - Elena Marlatt
Chowders 'N Moor
Cocina De Carlos
Black Swamp Soap
The French Twist
J.A. Morrin Construction
Waterville Historical Society
The Paper Garden by Min
Team Johnson Limo Service
Golden Window Design
Sylvania Schools Construction Trades
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