New Morning Gallery Events
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Bring the kids for a fun afternoon with author,
Jeff Hutchins and his hand puppet, Denton the Dragon.
WHERE: New Morning Gallery 7 Boston Way, Biltmore Village Asheville NC
WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 28th from 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Free face painting by local artist Cara Alexander
Free admission and free parking in Biltmore Village.
Join us for the 47th Annual Village Art and Craft Fair
sponsored by New Morning Gallery and Bellagio Art to Wear.
Come for the day and experience over 100 vendors from near and far, exhibiting in clay, wood, metal, fine art and beyond. While in Biltmore Village, you can also enjoy over 70 distinctive shops, galleries, breweries and restaurants, housed in historic cottages originally designed by George Vanderbilt to accommodate Biltmore Estate staff.
This high quality, juried event has been a beloved tradition for over four decades, drawing shoppers from all over the Southeast to the beautiful grounds of the Cathedral of All Souls. Stop by the Fair this year and see for yourself!
WHERE: The Cathedral of All Souls in Historic Biltmore Village, Asheville, NC
WHEN: Saturday, August 3rd from 10:00am to 7:00pm Sunday, August 4th from Noon to 5:00pm
Free Admission. Event held rain or shine. Free parking (shuttle service available from Vanderbilt Park Drive.) Concessions available to benefit church charities!
Proceeds to help victims of Hurricane Florence
New Morning Gallery in Biltmore Village will be donating 10% of sales during its annual Holiday Open House, November 17th and 18th, to support Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity locally, and in areas affected by Hurricane Florence. Bellagio Art to Wear, Blue Spiral 1, Bellagio Everyday, and the Fine Arts Theatre, all sister businesses, will contribute the same.
New Morning Gallery and Bellagio were flooded twice in 2004 due to successive hurricanes, with extensive damage requiring major renovations. In 2005 after seeing the completely devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, owner John Cram raised enough money for Habitat for Humanity through his businesses to build a house in New Orleans for one of the flood victims. Teams from Asheville Area Habitat and John’s businesses made trips to New Orleans to help with construction. This spirit of community and compassion for victims of flooding continues to be a cause the companies are happy to support.