Last winter one of the outdoor signs at the Highland Art Center was obliterated by a tree branch that snapped off from a heavy snow. The sign broke into several pieces and looked like a lost cause until a local man stepped up and offered to repair it.

That man is John Schilling, who was able to work the repair job in between other work and has completed what seemed impossible. It looks great and he and Michael Pollice did the reinstall last week.

Crago Exhibit continues

The Jeff Crago Exhibit continues at the Highland. His unique work is bold and colorful and is a joy to behold. This show will continue through the month of September. Crago is pictured, left.

Juried Art Show submissions being accepted

The Highland has begun accepting artwork for the 36th annual Juried Art Show. The period for submitting artwork ends at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13. Stop by the Highland at 691 Main St. to pick up show guidelines or call 623-5111 for particulars. This year’s Judge is Andrew Walker Patterson. He is an art educator out of Redding and will be judging the submitted artwork on Friday, Oct. 16.

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