The Valleys Planning Council (VPC) will hold its seventh biennial art exhibit and sale from Friday, October 20 through Sunday, October 22, 2017. This year’s event will be staged at the historic Worthington Valley equestrian center, Caves Farm, in northern Baltimore County. Works from more than 50 artists and craftsmen from the region will be featured.
The weekend begins with a Preview Party on Friday, October 20 and continues with the show and sale through the weekend. The exhibit and sale run through the weekend, from noon until 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 21 and Sunday, October 22.
The drive through Baltimore County’s horse country and the opportunity to visit this unique equestrian center is a great way to spend a fall weekend, but the chance to purchase unique regional art from local artists is worth the trip. A portion of each sale will support the work of the Valleys Planning Council and their efforts to preserve the rural nature of the area.
Tickets to the Preview Party are available in advance from the VPC’s Towson office for $125 and tickets to the show and sale are $5.00 per person, available at the door.
For additional information, please visit our website at www.artforlandssake.com or contact:
The Valleys Planning Council 410-337-6877
Mary Louise Foster
Board Member and Art Show Committee Chair The Valleys Planning Council
The Valleys Planning Council is a non-profit, land use planning organization that has been in operation for more than 50 years. Widely credited with laying the foundation for Baltimore County’s effective growth control and land conservation programs and policies, the group continues to follow the basic tenets contained in the landmark landscape plan from 1964, The Plan for the Valleys, prepared by renowned landscape architect and environmental planner Ian McHarg.
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