Tuesday, June 12, 2018 11:30 am
Mary and Dennis Steenwyk are cutting the ribbon with Cramerton Mayor Will Cauthen, Town Commission member Susan Neeley and Town Manager David Pugh. Local art instructor Jeaniene Dibble also is on the front row. Holding the ribbon are Chamber Board members Brad Frazier (left) of Belmont Abbey College and Jeff Lee of the Vintage Nest in Mount Holly. In the smaller photo below, Mayor Cauthen (left) is congratulating Mary and Dennis following his welcome remarks at the grand opening.
Gallery is in retail center at South Fork Village Apartments
For the next outing of your church, civic, social or family group, consider a paint and sip event or an art or craft class at A Little Bit of Art, which is open now in the retail center at South Fork Village Apartments at 900 South Fork Village Drive, Belmont, NC. This Town of Cramerton business with a Belmont address is owned by Mary and Dennis Steenwyk, who celebrated their grand opening with a Chamber ribbon-cutting ceremony today.
“Grab a friend and come to a night of fun and inspiration, says Mary. “Can’t make it at night, look for our day classes also. If you don’t want to paint then join us for a craft class. If you are looking to change your décor stop in at our art gallery and get an original painting or piece of pottery to add to your collection.”
For more information on A Little Bit of Art, call 704.221.4943, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pg/mksteenwyk/about/?ref=page_internal
Perfect setting for sipping and painting, or for an art or craft class.