Arts Night Out planned


R-H Staff



EATON — PCAA is holding the next edition of its Arts Night Out series on Friday, May 10. Join in the celebrations at the Visual Art Center, from 6-10 p.m. This edition of the ongoing Art’s Night Out series will feature live music from Mark Gibson, and a live raku firing demo from renowned ceramics artist, Robin Dakin.

Enjoy the opening of Preble’s Creative Kids, a partnership with Preble County ESC and celebrate the county’s talented young artists.

Visitors are invited to purchase foods from Harvest food truck and a selection of craft beer from Warped Wing Brewing Company. Partake in professionally led art activities and create a flow painting for $15 and make an aromatherapy bracelet for $8. Enjoy half-off PCAA tee shirts and “shop” at the Free Store. Sign up for Unwind and Create and glaze a fun ceramic mason jar. Paint pottery in the Clay Café with no sitting fees for the evening.

Visitors can look forward to the summer by taking advantage of PCAA Summer Camp sales, valid only by in-person registration at the event. Browse and shop the artist market featuring resin jewelry with Meredith Jessie, personal care products with Netta’s Naturals, decorative pieces from Patricia Carder, artisan coffee from Baker’s Brew, and ceramic jewelry with Preble Clayworks and Apiary. Pick out a meaningful gift for a loved one and something fun for yourself.

Art’s Night Out is an interactive experience designed to combine entertainment and education of the arts. This program is supported by LCNB. Art’s Night Out is an important event that brings together community members, supports local businesses, and promotes the arts.

Visit www.preblearts.org for the latest specials and workshops or call 937-456-3999. The Visual Art Center is located at 601 Hillcrest Dr. in Eaton. Spring hours are: Tuesday-Friday 1-6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

The Preble County Art Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making art accessible to Preble County.

R-H Staff