CLASSES WILL BE HELD IN SUMMER OF 2020
Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission Offers Classes
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.
WATERVILLE THIRD STREET PLANTERS
It’s time to fill the Third Street Planters in downtown Waterville with beautiful flora for the summer season. Grab your gardening gloves and come help the Anthony Wayne Area Art Commission volunteers .
Great family fun at Food Truck Tuesdays in Conrad Park. For 2020 Food Truck Tuesdays will be held on the FIRST and THIRD Tuesday of each month only. From 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm you can enjoy delicious food choices from several award winning food trucks. Amazing musicians and talented artisans for your listening and viewing pleasure are sponsored by the Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission. Great playground for the kids. Bring a chair and stay for the evening.
In June watch artists in action as they paint in scenic Waterville. This event sponsored by Anthony Wayne Area Arts Commission is a fun family event. Artists are located throughout the city painting and the public is invited to watch and interact as they work. Paintings are dispalyed at the Waterville Branch Library (800 Michigan Ave.). The public is invited to stop in the library and vote for your favorite painting to win the People’s Choice Award.
Busker Fest is held at
Whitehouse Village Park
Come one, come all to Busker Fest! With top-notch performers, tasty treats and an enthusiastic crowd! Buskers are street performers and Whitehouse Village Park is filled with them for your viewing pleasure!
Lots of local musicians, performers and more perform throughout the park. Kids’ craft and activity area will be part of the fun.
Four local, original music groups perform in the Park Pavilion.
Food, beer and wine is available for purchase.
Mark your calendars for the annual Roche de Boeuf Festival organized by the Waterville Chamber of Commerce to be held on the last Sat. of Sept. AWAAC sponsors an 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.
Delightful metal critters, jewelry, paintings, painted wine glasses, beaded serving utensils, garden art, photography, mosaic glass work and more are part of the beautiful work on display. Also, local musicians provide some musical accompaniment for the shoppers’ listening pleasure.
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
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.
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