Multiple galleries and merchants in downtown Havre de Grace will feature local artists on Saturday, May 8, 2021 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm for the Havre de Grace Art Walk: Art is Blooming in Havre de Grace. This quarterly event, coordinated by the Havre de Grace Arts & Entertainment District, invites artists to showcase their skills and talents in businesses in the District.
Visitors making a purchase during the Art Walk will receive a 10% discount at the following Havre de Grace restaurants on May 8th; Coakley’s Pub, Creole de Graw and MacGregor’s Restaurant.
Participating Art Walk businesses include:
Artists’ Emporium (220 N. Washington Street)
Jill Dodson, Painter
Lisa Kozel Mangione, Mixed Media Artist
Arts by the Bay Gallery (307 St. John Street)
John Sauers, Painter
Pamela Wilde, Painter
Bearwood Designs (409 N. Union Avenue)
Mike Lust, Sculptor
Blue Heron Gifts & Boutique (454 Franklin Street)
Khamari Smith, Acrylic Art
Coakley’s Pub (406 St. John Street)
William Rigler, Author
Integrity Real Estate (309 St. John Street)
Nic Galloro, Sculptor
JoRetro (137 N. Washington Street)
Susan Sciarra, Painter
Karen’s Natural Market (110 N. Washington Street)
Moon & Sea Creations (467 Franklin Street)
Lisa Gravely, Jewelry Artist
The A&E District is a special designation granted to unique destinations which welcome residents and visitors to experience their traditions and culture. The Havre de Grace A&E District promotes community involvement, tourism and revitalization through tax-related incentives to attract artists, arts organizations and other creative enterprises.
The Havre de Grace Arts Collective is a 501(c)(3) organization created to address the cultural and economic needs of Havre de Grace and the surrounding region, including oversight of the Cultural Center at the Opera House, Arts and Entertainment District, Arts by the Bay Gallery and the Public Art Committee. It is funded in part through grants from the City of Havre de Grace, Maryland State Arts Council, Harford County Dept. of Community and Economic Development and the Maryland State Arts Council through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board. For more information, visit www.HdGArtsCollective.org.