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Summer Sundays at the Box - Twin City String Band

Sunday, September 22, 2019
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm (Expired)
1101 Broad Street
Saint Joseph, MI 49085
Cost: "Pay what you want"
Event posted by: Box Factory for the Arts

We aren't ready to let go of summer just yet, so we have one last Summer Sundays at the Box event coming your way!

We have changed up our original plan and will be opening our stage to some of our favorite local musicians - Aiden Schnell, Caleb Kibby and Wes Shuck or Twin City String Band! Twin City String Band has modern and traditional bluegrass and folk influences. Expect some originals and some familiar favorites. It's always a great time when Aiden, Caleb and Wes are on the Box stage!

About the artists:
Calina Krugler of Just Plain Calina is coming back with her super cool assortment of one of a kind acrylic fluid art done on a wide variety of surfaces. From 1-4, stop by Calina's work station to create your own project using a tile or a record album - or bring your own material, such as a canvas or anything else you'd like to use. Anything you create with Calina won't be dry enough to take home on Sunday, so we'll keep it at the Box Factory for you and you can come back and pick it up the following week.

Sarah Barton Strait of Intentional Elements will be offering a variety of jewelry - including leather beaded wrap bracelets, beaded earrings and stamped aluminum and copper bracelets. Sarah's stamped pieces feature unique quotes for mental health, song lyrics and quotes from literature and poetry. She uses a combination of mostly natural materials in her wraps.

Meeta Kedia will also be on hand offering beautiful henna tattoos.

Food and beverages:
Forté Coffee will be here with their cold brew cart offering nitro and cold brew coffee and yummy cookies and food options will be available from Nosh Village! No outside food or beverages at this event.

Admission is "Pay what you want" - all proceeds support the performers and the Box Factory for the Arts.

(*We look forward to having Deep Fried Pickle Project Jug Band at the Box in the Spring - stay tuned!)