July 2018 Newsletter
Register Early for Handmade Parade Workshops !
The Hillsborough Handmade Parade is October 14! Starting in August, three different hands-on puppet-making workshops will be offered to the community. Please, review carefully the workshop descriptions HERE and register for the workshop most appropriate for your availability and the age of participants.
If you are interested in volunteering to help at the workshops or on the day of the parade, please complete this interest form .
Last Fridays Concert with .U.B.U. the Band: 7/27
Join us at the Historic Orange County Courthouse with .U.B.U. the Band's five talented vocalists and top of the line choreography. You will hear familiar sounds of The Drifters, The Temptations, The Embers, Patsy Cline, Bob Seger, KC and The Sunshine Band, Sam Cook, Bobby Brown, The Spice Girls and The Village People, to mention a few.  The band plays from 6:30 - 9:30 pm. Please be sure to visit downtown and West End restaurants & retail shops and the Art Walk while you are in town! Learn more about Last Fridays here .
Hillsborough Art Walk Last Fridays: 7/27
Hillsborough Art Walk Last Fridays showcases the talents of local artists in walk able historic Hillsborough. Park once and enjoy art galleries, artist studios, boutiques and award-winning restaurants.

The Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery and Gift Shop   at 102 North Churton Street presents “The Return of the Queens” featuring watercolors by Dimples Gibbs and abstract acrylics by Ruby Johnny.
The Hillsborough Gallery of Arts   at 121 North Churton Street presents “Common Ground” featuring paintings by Linda Carmel and Michele Yellin, jewelry by Nell Chandler, and pottery by Evelyn Ward.
The Hillsborough/Orange County Chamber of Commerce   at 121 North Churton Street, Ste. 1C, presents a group show by Triangle Visual Artists on the Move.
The Hillsborough Artists Cooperative and The Skylight Gallery   at 102 West King Street present “She Said, She Said” featuring the drawings of Roberta Wallace and Anna Wallace as well as art by studio artists Jayne Boomberg, Tom Guthrie, Jennifer E. Miller, Andrea DeGette, Mame Cotter and Jacquelin Liggins. 
Thomas Stevens Gallery   at 126 West King Street presents distinctly local landscapes and evocative figures, portraits, drawings, and sculpture by Thomas Stevens. 
ENO Gallery at 100 South Churton St. presents “Summertime”, a group exhibition of gallery artists.
Margaret Lane Gallery   at 121 West Margaret Lane presents “Time to Shine” featuring the members of local artist Debi Drew’s D’ArtShop.
K’s Closet   at 200 North Churton Street presents an artisan marketplace of locally handcrafted art and gifts from over 70 local makers.
Orange County Historical Museum at 201 North Churton Street presents children’s art projects .
Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston at 106 South Churton Street presents “Mixed Media” by Lynn Schmook.
The Paynter Law Firm at 106 South Churton Street, Suite 200, presents various artists including Cedelia Obenshain, Austin Martin, Corey Farrell and Kim Pernicka.
Cedar Walk Wellness Center at 147 West King Street presents “Bridging the Gap” featuring mixed media by Molly Cassidy.

Brochures with a map of the Art Walk are available at participating venues. More information is available  here .
Hillsborough Arts Council | 919.643.2500| www.hillsboroughartscouncil.org