14 Saturday / December 14, 2019

Songs of the Season with Curtis Cantwell Jackson

02:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Juniper Art Gallery, 46 E Market St, Spencer, IN 47460
http://www.juniperartgallery.com

Songs of the Season with Curtis Cantwell Jackson!

• FREE music for your enjoyment!*
• All day shopping with extended hours! (10 am-7 pm)
• Holiday cookies and light refreshments.

Curtis Cantwell Jackson is a native of Trinidad and lived in New York City until moving to Bloomington in 2002. Since then, he has touched thousands of people in southern Indiana through his beautiful music, his big heart, and infectious smile. Curtis teaches music classes, performs many genres from “jazzy pop” to reggae to soul and gospel. For this special afternoon, he will share a variety of Christmas and holiday songs of the season. Please join us!
*(donations to our volunteer musicians are encouraged!)

You can also find the perfect gifts for the art lovers in your life!
Juniper offers hand-crafted items including ceramics, jewelry, homeware, apparel, books, puzzles, children’s toys, holiday ornaments, stocking-stuffers and a selection of fair-trade international wares.

Our Regional Artists’ Fall/Winter exhibit is on display in the Paul and Margaret Sweany Legacy Room and features the artwork of 23 of the region’s finest artists. There are many small original paintings available as well as artists’ prints to fit your gift-giving budget!

Note: Juniper is OPEN DAILY with extended hours through Dec 24! Visit www.juniperartgallery.com for a list of featured artists and seasonal hours.

Cost: FREE (donations for musicians are encouraged)

For more information contact:

Jaime Sweany
(812) 714-8038
[email protected]

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