The 18th annual Pennington Festival will be held Friday, June 5, and Saturday, June 6, on the Butler lawn in downtown Princeton.
Music Friday night is set for 6-10 p.m. and featured performers include Miranda Louise, the Beat Daddys and the Alonzo Pennington Band.
The art work of Melinda Rustin Holloman is up in our main gallery at the Princeton Art Guild. This is the first time Melinda has exhibited her work. You MUST come by and see this amazing exhibit! Our Open hours are Tuesday-Saturday 11am-2pm.
Reception has been scheduled for Sunday, April 19th, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. Refreshments will be served.
On Thursday, March 12th, thirteen sophomore students from Caldwell County High School, who were interested in careers in the Arts, stopped by the Guild House during the Student Shadowing Day sponsored by the C.O.P.E. center. Melissa Peek, Director, reviewed a years worth of activities at the Guild through a 15 minutes recap video. Jan Farley, local artist and photographer, Bebby Lewis, local author, and Don Hershman, local artist and musician spoke to the students about career choices and implementation of artistry during an open panel discussion. Steve Hudgins, of Big Biting Productions in Madisonville, also sent a statement regarding careers in film making and encouraged any student who had questions to contact them. Special thanks to our speakers for the wonderful advice and direction you gave to these students. Thank you to the students, who were attentive and helpful to the Guild by giving us ideas on classes of interest that would get them involved with the Guild and further their passion in the Arts! Camryn, Lexy, Elsa, Makenna, Mikayla, Schuyler, Macey, Josie, Ethan, Morgan, Anthony, Selena, and Allie...We enjoyed having you and look forward to working with you on projects - as you are our future!