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Woodworking, fine art weekend in Northville

The  Northville Rotary Club’s 9th annual Woodworking & Fine Arts Weekend takes place at the Bradt Municipal Building and Town Park, 412 S Main St., Northville.  A  meet the artists reception and preview sale is planned Friday, July 14, 5 to 8 p.m.    Show hours are Saturday, July 15, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, July 16, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and include demonstrations, raffles, and the silent auction. 
More than 60 juried artists and  fine craftsmen will display examples of their art: woodworkers, painters, jewelers, photographers, weavers, basket makers, potters, and others, with items available for purchase.  For information, visit http://www.northvillerotary.com/.
This year’s featured artists are Glen Marsh of Middle Grove, a photographer known for his detailed landscapes, and master woodturner Paul Petrie Jr. of Gloversville who creates intricate bowls and other wood items.

Each guest artist has donated a selected piece for the Northville Rotary Club’s  silent auction. This year’s raffles include; a Raleigh Revenio bike donated by “The Bike Works” in Johnstown, a restored 1952 Penn Yann Cartopper Boat,  a kayak and gas card donated by “Fuel ‘n’ Food” in Mayfield, and a golf bag and cooler from Saratoga Eagle.
Food and refreshments are available on site prepared by Northville’s Klippel’s Kozy Korner. Northville merchants, galleries and organizations are also  just a short walk away throughout the village.
Proceeds from this event will be used throughout the year to provide scholarships to students, support community organizations, and projects of Rotary International.

Gloria Mazure

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