– Guests meet artists, experience art exhibits and demos, listen to live music, take a historic cemetery walk, and enjoy local fare and drinks as they stroll in and around the Northville Art House in their Halloween costumes.
$55 Ticket includes drinks, appetizers, digital photo, costume contest and more!
MUST BE 21 YEARS OLD TO PURCHASE TICKETS.
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS – Demonstrations and Artwork Booths
SILENT AUCTION – Now through October 22 at 8:30 pm
Auctioned art will be available to bid on starting October 2 and end on October 22 at 8 pm. Guest will be able to take art home the evening of the event. Need not be present to win.
RESTAURANTS – Appetizers or drinks provided by the following:
IF STONES COULD TALK – Living History Cemetery Tour – Oakwood Cemetery, Cady St – starting at 5:30 pm
Step beyond the iron gates and experience the historic side of Northville as you walk among the gravestones of the city’s most famous and infamous figures. Dedicated tour guides escort small groups within the Oakwood Cemetery, as actors share the storied pasts of those residing in the first cemetery in Northville.
Interested in volunteering? email Stacy Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Volunteer Here
Based in Northville, The Shawn Riley Band is a classic rock and Celtic ensemble. Acting as the lead vocalist and backup guitarist is Shawn Riley. Also participating in vocals are bassists Jim Cracraft, drummer Mike Murphy, and lead guitarist Jeremy Lingenfelter. Learn more at @shawnrileyband
The Detroit Society of Women Painters and Sculptors one of the oldest self-sustaining women’s art organizations in the U.S, has played an essential role in promoting women artists and cultivating the arts since 1903. This inspiring exhibition will feature a selection of juried work by current members opening up after the challenges of the past few years.