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Berlin shops to display regional artists’ work

(Oct. 10, 2014)  This month’s 2nd Friday runs takes place on Oct. 10 from 5-8 p.m. in the downtown area and features art exhibits, activities, live entertainment and extended hours by area shops.

Berlin also welcomes more than 150 Little League all-stars for a parade down Main Street beginning at 6 p.m.

The Cricket Center, a child advocacy for physically and sexually abused children, is the October outreach organization for the Church Mouse on 101 North Main Street. Call 410-641-4385 or visit www.stpaulsberlin.org.

Ta Da, on 18 North Main Street, debuts Patty Falck’s “Henry the Octopus” printed on new media including wood, acrylic and metal. Call 410-641-4430 or visit www.berlintada.com.

Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services Inc. at 124 North Main Street will host pumpkin decorating from 5-6:30 p.m. Pumpkins, supplies and tacos are provided. Call 410-641-4598 or visit www.gowoyo.org.

Steve Frene will perform at Victorian Charm on 100 North Main Street. Call 410-641-2998 or visit www.victoriancharm.biz.

Baked Desserts Cafe on 4 C Bay Street will welcome artist Adam Weir. Wine and all-natural nibbles will be available for sampling. Call 410-641-1800 or visit www.bakeddessertcafe.com.

Acrylic, watercolor, collage and mixed media artist Sam Albert will be at Nest on 11 South Main Street, Suite B. Call 410-629-1030 or visit www.nestberlin.com.

Bungalow Love on 12 Williams Street will host Berlin resident Patti Backer, who will display a new art instillation of fun and whimsical paintings from 5-8 p.m. Call 410-641-2781 or visit www.bungalowlove.net.

Alex Ottenstein will host a Worcester County Humane Society fundraiser at Burley Oak Brewing Company on 10016 Old Ocean City Boulevard. Call 443-513-4647 or visit www.burleyoak.com.

Maryland Wine Bar, on 103 North Main Street, will feature live music by Ed Sparks from 8-10 p.m. Call 410-629-1022 or visit www.themdwinebar.com.

Blacksmith, on 104 Pitts Street, will display black and white photographs by Natalee DeHart. Call 410-973-2102 or visit www.facebook.com/Blacksmithrestaurantberlin.

The Globe on 12 Broad Street will display a collection of Berlin photography from various artists with a reception from 5-9 p.m. Full Circle will perform at 8 p.m. Call 410-641-0784 or visit www.globetheater.com.

Downtown Video on 114 North Main Street will have hand-painted gourds. Call 410-641-1074.

Merrianne Nichols will display leatherwork at j.j.Fish Studio and Fine Craft Gallery on 14 North Main Street. Call 410-641-4805 or visit www.jjfishstudio.com.

The Worcester County Arts Council’s September exhibit will features plein air work by Paint Berlin artists. The gallery, located on 6 Jefferson Street, will hold a reception with refreshments from 5-8 p.m. Band students of Pocomoke High School perform under the direction of Bill Williams. Call 410-641-0809 or visit www.worcestercountyartscouncil.org.Jeffrey Auxer Designs on 19 Jefferson Street will offer an open house from 6-8 p.m. Call 443-513-4210 or visit www.jeffreyauxer.com.

Author Carol Borsello will sign copies of her book “Riding the Light” from 5-7:30 p.m. at Zenna Wellness Studio on 10 South Main Street. Call 443-373-7069 or visit www.zennawellnessyoga.com.

“Finding Home at Lilac Hill” and “Return to Lilac Hill” author Joan Cooper will sign books from 5-7:30 p.m. at Saltwater Media on 29 Broad St #104. Call 443-513-4422 or visit http://www.saltwatermediallc.com.

 

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