Fearrington’s wine program is delighted to offer 10% off six or more bottles of wine purchased at The Goat! Whether you ask The Goat’s wine guru to mix and match a custom case, or you choose the bottles yourself, you’ll enjoy wines from hand-selected producers at a great value!
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February 24, 2017 9:30 AM | By Village Confidant | No Comments
Tim and Lisa Kluttz are self-taught folk artists who began their artwork in 2000 after seeing the Outsider Art Collection together at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Now, they share their farm and studio with their cat, dog and other assorted creatures. The couple loves bright colors and using found, reclaimed and recycled materials to create happy, colorful and sometimes whimsical artwork. Their favorite subjects are cats, dogs, flowers, chickens, mermaids and the Statue of Liberty.
In addition to their artwork displays in Salisbury, North Carolina and at ArtWalk in Boone, North Carolina, their work is also found in various galleries and art shows across the Southeast.
Visit the 15th Annual Fearrington Folk Art Show to see some of Kluttz’s vibrant and whimsical paintings in The Fearrington Barn. Tickets to the Collector’s Preview, Friday, February 24th, are available to purchase online, tickets for the show are $5 at the door.
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Did you know the body is capable of losing one pound of toxins a day? There are a few safe and gentle ways to help your body get rid of toxins. Body brushing will go a long way in assisting this process. The Elemis cactus bristle body brush gets circulation back on track and increases lymphatic flow while ridding the skin of dead cells. Dry-brushing the skin every day before showering will increase firmness and tone, encouraging cellulite deposits and areas of congestion to disperse.
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Fearrington Weddings, Real Weddings
Natalie and Brian tied the knot on May 28, 2016. These newlyweds danced the night away in The Barn!
How did you and your partner meet?
Brian started medical school at UNC Chapel Hill in 2010. I had just graduated from Chapel Hill and was starting my first job as a nurse at UNC Healthcare. While we'd like to tell people we met in a moment of serendipity on the wards, it was actually a mutual medical school friend who set us up during the first few weeks of medical school.
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Spring has come early for Haven Spa Boutique. We are clearing out the shelves and have put many items on sale half off!
Items from MerSea, Molton Brown, Elemis, Elizabeth W, Inis and more are included in the sale.
Check out discounted pajama clothing and lounge wear from JJJ, Marigot and PJ Harlow.
These items will not be on sale for long so hurry into Haven to find your next treasures at incredible prices. Full Post >
At McIntyre's Books
Often, publishers and editors send advance copies of upcoming book releases to bookstores so their staff are ready to advise readers as soon as the book hits the shelf.
Here’s a trio of books that Pete loved - he’s looking forward to getting them into reader’s hands this spring.
Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett. Pete got a galley of Hartnett’s debut novel from its Chapel Hill-based editor, and deems it, “the most enjoyable book since Mr. Penumbra's 24 Hour Bookstore.”
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William Brock is a self-taught artist born and raised in Sequatichie County, Tennessee. For over twenty years he supervised high-rise and commercial construction across the Southeast, but in the late 90s, he moved back to Tennessee and settled into his vision of semi-retirement. Now, nearly twenty years later, Brock has become a self-taught artist and blacksmith, creating life-sized birds about of welded rebar and recycled tin and copper roofing.
Each of William Brock’s birds, made from... Full Post >