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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 00:00

Stay out late in Sylva Sept. 14

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Sylva businesses will stay open late Sept. 14 for its monthly art stroll.

Sylva Art Strolls, which are sponsored by Jackson County Visual Arts Association and the Chamber of Commerce, are held from 5-9 p.m. on the second Friday of each month through December.

Gallery 1 will host an artist reception that night for artists in its new multi-medium art show, SEASONS. The event will also include a make-and-take project, where visitors can paint tile coasters.

Signature Brew Coffee Company and Dawn Behling will present an exhibit, “Hot Wax & OctoLove,” showcasing new work that focuses on the whimsical nature of the ocean. Hot Wax refers to the encaustic technique that uses hot wax and pigment.

City Lights Cafe will feature an ongoing exhibit by Corina Pia and will present live music with singers Ansley & Margaret McAllister on acoustic guitar and harp.

Other participating venues include Survival Pride Clothing Store and Art Gallery, Nichols House Antiques and Collectibles, Papou’s Wine Shop, Lulu’s on Main Restaurant, Main Street Bakery, Mill & Main Restaurant, Hooper’s Restaurant, Pixie’s Emporium & Bistro and Guadalupe Cafe.

828.337.3468 or www.MountainLovers.com.

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