Red Cabose presents "Love is an Art That Comes from the Heart" Feb. 7

Updated 1 year ago Special to HuntingtonNews.Net
Selina visits Heritage Station just outside the Red Cabose Artisan Center
Selina visits Heritage Station just outside the Red Cabose Artisan Center
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HUNTINGTON, WV-  The Red Caboose Regional Artisan Center, located inside the Visitors Center at Heritage Station, will present “Love Is An Art That Comes From The Heart” on Thursday February 7 from 2pm-6pm.

 This event will feature local artists who display their creations in The Red Caboose.  Jewelry makers will include: Mary Shank, Amy Litteral, J.B. Cremeans, Robbie Ray, Angie Hall, Libby Verner, Leona Mackey, and Susan Morton. Jewelry, as well as other items by these artisans will be showcased by the artists themselves.   Additional items such as bags, pins and scarves will be featured by artists Ann Grimes, Nancy Crockett, Marion Crowe, Lynn Welch, Grace Gooding, Heidi Wineland and Sherri Nichol.

 

Wine, Valentines’ Day cookies and chocolate covered strawberries will be provided by River & Rail Bakery and Bottle & Wedge.  Drawings for The Red Caboose door prizes will take place every hour.

 

Get a head start on Valentine’s Day shopping and see what unique, one-of-a-kind gifts are being created by our local artisans.

The Red Caboose Regional Artisan Center is owned and operated by the Cabell-Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau.  The shop, located in the Visitors Center at Heritage Station, features creative, and often one-of-a-kind, products hand-crafted by our region’s artisans.  Give a piece of West Virginia to your family, friends and clients! For more information, please call 304-525-7333, or visit www.wvvisit.org.

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