A big thank-you to everyone that made Arts & Ales be bigger and better than ever. You helped make our one big scholarship fundraiser a huge success.
We changed things up a little this year and, instead of having draft beer, we served from bottles and cans. One of the reasons was because of you! We had draft beer last year that people liked but couldn't find in their area because, well, it was draft. This year, no matter what we served from a bottle or can, it is available commercially. If you liked a certain beer, you can ask and most businesses will be happy to supply it for you. And, by serving packaged beer, there was no waste. That is a win, win, win. Drink craft beer, be happy.
Just to let you know, we were responsible with all those bottles, cans and boxes. We care about our planet and want to keep it clean in our neighborhood. So, we made sure that all the cans, bottles and cardboard got recycled, even if we had to go through the trash to do it. Thank you, Margie Galligher, Mark Ledbetter and Mackie Priest; you went above and beyond the call of duty separating all those bottles and cans.
Arts & Ales 2019 is March 9 ~ Mark your calendar!
Please visit the Artisan Depot, the gallery of the Franklin County Arts Guild and is located at 204 Cumberland Street East in Cowan, Tennessee. It is open each week from noon to 5:00 pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays and 11:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturdays. Click here for more information, like our Facebook page, or contact Diana Lamb at 931-308-4130.
What's going on in the Gallery, with shows, artists, and events.