Winter Arts Fest
An evening happy hour event featuring local artists and pop-up galleries
The Winter Arts Fest is a happy hour pop-up art gallery festival that highlights local talents of the past and present. The event is set in the Central City District at 14th Street West in Huntington known for its antiques and great atmosphere. There is so much to see at the Winter Arts Fest on March 2 from 4-7:00 PM! How can you see it all? Here are some tips about how to get to all of the destinations.
🚗There is always free parking on the street and behind The Wild Ramp or Central City Gazebo. ↔️ Look for the directional signs, festive lanterns, string lights, and check-in at your first location for an event program.
🍿Find a snack at the Wild Ramp and participate in a community painting activity with the Children's Museum...
🚶♀️Start to walk to the pop-up gallery at Hattie and Nan's Antiques and Books to see the Undiscovered Works of Nancy Polan. For some late-night shopping, make your way across Adams Ave to Thistle Patch Vintage Garden & Antiques and see what offers lie ahead.
🍽 As you make your way back, take a pit stop at the Central City Cafe for dinner!
🤩Don't miss the beautiful art in Sloane Square Gallery. Meet the Artist Jamie Sloane and take in the fabulous space.
📖Stop into Cicada Books & Coffee for something sweet and listen in on live performance.
🎸Enjoy live music with Keyamo Onoge while you browse the Village Renew-All Antique Mall. Make your way upstairs to the Gallery 610 to see the "My Hearts Desire" Art exhibition and meet some of the Artists like Bex Hall.
🚶Stroll to Pams Marketplace then work your way down the book to check out Adell's Antiques and MFE Videos & Collectibles (aka Meade's Film Exchange).
Wrap up the evening with drinks at West Tenampa Mexican Restaurant and
🥇🎉Congratulate yourself for supporting local businesses, artists, authors, and musicians.