Cave Region Review hosts annual arts and music festival

Tue Nov 6, 2018 at 10:41 AM

Music, arts and crafts, free food, activities for kids, and door prizes can all be found at the Cave Region Review’s annual Music and Arts Festival, Saturday, November 17, 11 am-4 pm at the Durand Center located at Northark’s Center Campus in downtown Harrison.

While local bands play on stage, visitors can sit and enjoy the music, interact with photographers, painters, jewelry makers, or wood workers (and more). If there is something one finds attractive, Christmas is right around the corner, and the vendors will be making deals.

There are also activities for the kids, such as face painting and interactive creative projects designed by some of the artists. There will also be popcorn, cookies, punch, and a sit down meal, including barbecue, beans, and potato salad.

The Community Creative Center at Walton Arts Center’s Nadine Baum Studious is sending its Wheel Mobile, a one-of-a-kind custom-designed Winnebago. Visitors will be invited to come on board for a tour or to sign up to try the pottery wheels. 

Activities include potter’s wheel demonstrations and a hands-on clay experience for kids of all ages to get creative and play in the clay.

The Wheel Mobile is made possible through a grant from the Walton Family Foundation, and the funding for the Nov. 17 visit is provided by North Arkansas College and Benjamin F. Edwards & Co.

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