Special Events

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Second Saturday in Shelburne Falls
Saturday, September 09, 2017
 Contact Greater Shelburne Falls Area Business Association, info@shelburnefalls.com, 413-625-2526
Every Second Saturday

Enjoy our unusual small businesses,
meet the artists,
relish the food of our restaurants,
walk in natural beauty,
and experience HOME.

The theme is Harvest! Visit these local businesses:

Marilyn Andrews resizeSalmon Falls Gallery (1 Ashfield St):
The Figure Speaks: Clayworks by Andrews, Consentino & Olds Goldie

The Figure Speaks blends the works of three sculptors, all working in clay: Marilyn Andrews of Plainfield, MA, Cynthia Consentino of Buckland, MA and Claudia Olds Goldie of Newton, MA. Each artist has deeply explored the impact the human figure makes in their art, all with powerful statements. Salmon Falls Gallery hosts the exhibit September 1 - October 29, with a reception to meet the artists on September 9, 4-6 pm. Music by Lori Feinstein on sax.

Photo: “Stairs to Street Level” by Marilyn Andrews, 25.5” x 14” x 8”, 2016, stoneware clay, slips, glaze

MilanShelburne Arts Cooperative (26 Bridge St):
The Green Show

An exhibition celebrating the color green features the work of area painters, photographers, printmakers, fiber, ceramics and glass artists. Reception 2-5 pm

Molly Cantor PotteryMolly Cantor Pottery (20 Bridge St):
Harvest: A Show and Sale of Student Work.

Pottery made by long-time students at Molly Cantor Pottery on display and for sale. Sale and reception from 1-5. Refreshments, demonstrations and lots of pottery!

conductor packageShelburne Falls Trolley Museum (14 Depot St):

We've combined three of our most popular items - a train whistle, an engineer hat, and a bandana - into one neat package! Comes in blue or pink. Save 25% on Second Saturday - Only $14.97 (regular $19.95)

Ann Brauer Quilt Autumn SunsetAnn Brauer Quilt Studio (2 Conway St):

Ann will be showing her quilts that celebrate the changing seasons. "I love the colors of autumn and always choose to work in the wonderful rich golds, browns and reds of fall at this time of year." In addition, she will show at least one of her new "eclipse" quilts that remember the grandeur of that event.

Photo: Her quilt--autumn sunset--which reflects these colors.

Thank you to our sponsors!

Greenfield Savings Bank flandersblue Keystone Market Molly Cantor Pottery Salmon Falls Gallery Shelburne Arts Co-op hearty eats annbrauerquiltstudioWithText trolley

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Location Shelburne Falls, MA