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Such excitement in town – the art scene is growing : we are very happy to welcome talented artist Marcia Reed to downtown when  Gallery 37 opens next month on Walnut St.  Her vibrant paintings and lively personality will contribute much to Milford.  http://marciareedpainting.com. We also welcome David and Barbara Hines and their tasty culinary art featured at Tout de Suite Patisserie to Milford. Tout de Suite opened it’s doors at 114 Park Ave, (302) 645-4558. http://tdspatisserie.com  Art takes many forms – the more downtown, the merrier.

Here’s a round up of November’s arts events in town – enjoy:

  • Angelucci Fine Woodworking & Stained Glass Studio & Artists Gallery presents “Fall-ing in Love with Art”  Call (302) 422-4533 http://www.angeluccifinewood-stainedglass.blogspot.com
  • Anne Jenkins Art Gallery presents “ 5 – a pop-up show“. 5 artists, 5 women, 5 media, 5 styles, 5 pieces. Show runs for the weekend only – opens with reception Thursday, 8 November from 5:00-8:000 pm, Friday/Saturday, 9/10 Nov from 11:00 am-8:00 pm. Sunday, 11 Nov from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Artists April Abel, Rosemary Connelly, Sonja Frey, Anne Jenkins and Deborah Johnson will be on hand to discuss their techniques and inspiration.  127 NW Front St. (302) 393-6629 http://annejenkinsart.com and http://facebook.com/annejenkinsartgallery
  • Hidden Gem Boutique on SW Front Street features the works of  Liberian native Jon Morris.  https://www.facebook.com/TheHiddenGemBoutique
  • Milford Community Band’s calendar is chock full with events around the state. For their full schedule, see http://milfordcommunityband.org  or call Joe Lear at (302) 422-6304
  • Milford Art Stroll  a self-guided studio & art tour. Check out the website to plan a visit – there’s a new map to print out and follow a route of your choice. Enjoy the music, the dance, the theatre, the sculptures, pottery, paintings and the yummy culinary arts right here in your hometown.  http://MilfordArtStroll.com
  • Mispillion Art League Gallery (MAL) the “9th Annual Members Show”  runs through November 17. MAL has started a figurative sketching evening on first Wednesday of each month, free to members. Do join in and learn.   5 N. Walnut St http://mispillionarts.org and https://www.facebook.com/MispillionArts
  • Second Street Players  presents the musical, “Willy Wonka” Nov. 23-30 and Dec 1 and 2 at the Riverfront Theatre, N. Walnut St., Milford, DE. For information or tickets, visit http://www.secondstreetplayers.com

Thanks for supporting the arts! Call me, or e-mail me with art news: anne@annejenkinsart.com

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