April 1, 2021
Don’t forget your mask, keep you distance, and enjoy the day.
There is a prize for most creative mask, awarded at the end of the day.
10 AM-4 PM Grassroots Art Center, 213 S. Main, Flying Free 25th anniversary retrospective open house with refreshments
10 AM-1:30 PM Elizabeth Bryan Around the Corner Studio, 101 S. Main
10 AM-4 PM Switchgrass 205 South Main MASKS REQUIRED
All Day -Bowl Plaza Main Street international winner of the quirkiest public restroom
All Day -Barbara McCreery’s “One Window Galley” diorama 132 South Fairview
11:30 AM-1 PM Lunch with Kathy, “Psychiatric” Therapy 5¢ @ Grassroots Art Center
Noon-2 PM Meet the Artist Bob Mix @ Grassroots Art Center
Noon-2 PM Meet the Artist MRI-Pilar@ Deeble House, 126 S. Fairview, noon-2 pm
1 PM-3 PM Erika Nelson, opening the Eric Abraham Memorial Flying Pig Folk Art Reading Room MASKS REQUIRED
1 PM-4 PM Garden of Eden, 305 East 2nd Street, open for tours
2:30 PM Lacie Austin, Tiger Talk on Fox Still sculpture renovation, Main Street south of the post office, look for the 7 foot tall tiger
4:15 PM Nicholas Ward, will debut short video excerpts from “Sit and Chat” oral histories that trace the development of the Garden of Eden, and grassroots artist, Carlos Espinosa. This project is sponsored in part by Humanities Kansas at the Lucas Community Theater 116 South Main. Prize for most creative face mask will be awarded at this time.
After movie Switchgrass 205 South Main social hour with refreshments MASKS REQUIRED
All activities are sponsored in part by the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, Russel County Economic Development and CVB, Russell Area Community Foundation, and Dane G. Hansen Foundation.