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Village ArtWalk Returns This Weekend

Published Thursday, June 5, 2014 12:04 am

BRADENTON – The Village heats up this weekend as Bradenton's Village of the Arts hosts its monthly ArtWalk from 6-9:30 p.m. Friday and 11-4 p.m. Saturday.

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Browse the dozens of galleries, studios and other shops throughout the Village, dine at one of its eateries and enjoy the sights and sounds of the largest artists’ colony on Florida’s Gulf Coast.

June is busting out all over and so is the Village of the Arts. Enjoy a colorful stroll through our quaint village of galleries, shops and restaurants. View and enjoy the largest selection of local art in the region. Indulge your taste buds at one of our three five-star gourmet restaurants.

 

Meet and chat with painters, potters, sculptors, fiber artists and recycled artists in their homes and galleries for a weekend of Art, Food, and Music in Bloom.

Enjoy the coolest place in town all summer long. The Village of the Arts is the place to be for the hottest and largest selection of local art. Take a stroll in the cool of the evening among 30 galleries and three five-star restaurants, all nestled in colorful 1920 cottages.

Don't miss the Hot Hot Summer Sale at Joan Peters Gallery, a once-a-year event at which you can select favorites at special hard-to-resist prices.

The Dancing Crane Gallery will present "Matalu" Fish Prints & Rubbings by Matt Seaman in The Little Garden Gallery this weekend.

 

 

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