‘An Evening with Carroll Arts’ is Saturday, June 17
Carroll Arts, Inc. offers its annual gift to the community, “An Evening with Carroll Arts” on Saturday, June 17 at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church on Highland Drive in McKenzie.
The event starts with an exhibition of visual art by Carroll County Artists at 6 p.m.
Those artists include: Alex Tingle, Beth Bodwell, Bobby McAlexander, Chuck Hutcheson, Cubie Allen, Dana Wyatt, Darlene Mansfield, Dawn Duke, Debbie Broadbent, Doris Story, Elizabeth Cook, Gena Manner, Glynda Rich, Jason Cole, Joe Lindsey, John Mc-Gowan, Joy Olree, Juanita Finley, Julia Winters, Kathy Sacks, Linda Coleman, Linda Kemp, Linda McClure, Lloyd Bise, Lois Pugh, Mark Warren, Martin Paschall, Molly Summers, Nellie Horton, Paul Flippin, Pamm Daggett, Penny Smith, Poppy Scarbrough, Richard Robler, Robin Carter, Steve Kee, Tammy Tucker, Tennessee River Artist Blacksmith Association, Terrance Thomas, Tristen Barnhart and Wayne Bannister.
They will exhibit paintings, digital art, photography, metal art, wood art, pottery, and fine jewelry.
Hors d’oeuvres will be served during the evening.
At 7 p.m., Carroll County entertainers take the stage.
Performers include Dr. Keith Herris, Melissa Herris, David Featherston, Sara Featherston, Jeruna Cozart, Madison Graves, and Unbroken Faith consisting of Nathan and Jacob Eaton, Ricky Kimmel, Davis Cates, Kendrick Turrentine and Parker Hatcher.
Carroll County best-selling author, David Johnson, will there to sign his latest novel, “The Woodcutter’s Wife.” Copies will be available for purchase.
During the evening, Carroll Arts will present the “Friend of the Arts” award to a deserving Carroll Countian who has gone above and beyond in promoting the arts.
Bring the entire family and enjoy an evening of Carroll County’s finest artists and performers. There is no admission charge. It is our gift to you.