Arts Walk

 Join us in Downtown Frostburg for the

Arts Walk
 Saturday, April 28, 2018
3 pm – 8 pm

Live Music – Gallery Openings – Artisans – Demonstrations – Literature – Performing Arts – Kids Crafts

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The following artists joined us for Arts Walk 2017!  Check back soon for an updated listing of 2018’s artist appearances and performance schedule.

Allegany Allied Arts
St. Michael Church Courtyard
Main Street

Allegany Allied Arts is a non-profit arts organization based in Cumberland, Maryland.  AAA books, produces, and promotes events at a variety of local venues.  Their flagship production is the annual Queen City Film Festival (QCFF), which will be held at The Venue at Mezzos in Cumberland on October 5-6, 2017.

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Ashley Diehl from Adopted Candles
St. Michael Church Courtyard
Main Street

Candles for a cause! Ashley Diehl creates 100% soy wax candles made in small batches with high quality fragrance oils.  A portion from each sale is donated to the Allegany County Animal Shelter.

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Becky Stemple from Fat Cat Jewelz
Mountain City Coffeehouse & Creamery
60 E. Main Street

Becky creates statement jewelry pieces using semiprecious stones, beads, and crystals.

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Ben Sivits from Pulsar Printing & Design
Armstrong Mini Market
Armstrong Insurance
21 S. Water Street

Ben Sivits is the owner of Pulsar Printing and Design, a 3D printing and 3D modeling business that caters to a plethora of clients’ needs.  With his 3D print, Ben creates everything from custom vases, coasters, and decorative jewelry boxes, to small protoyping and manufacturing items.  Ben’s motto is “Bringing Life to Ideas!”  He will have his 3D printer on display for demonstrations during Arts Walk.

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Bobby Croft from Bobby Croft Studios
St. Michael Church Courtyard
Main Street

Bobby Croft is a visual artist and educator who enjoys exploring different forms of creation. His artistic practice primarily consists of ceramics and painting, but he also enjoys experimenting with graphic design, printmaking, and sculpture. Bobby will be selling his unique handmade pottery at this year’s Arts Walk.

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Brenda Caldwell from Aunt’s B’s Place
Gunter Hotel
11 W. Main Street

Brenda, or “Aunt B,” creates steampunk and industrial found-object sculptural work, functional decor, wearable art, and accessories.

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Brian Oxford from Fest Apparel
Dante’s Bar
16 W. Main Street
**Dante’s will feature a wine tasting from 3 – 8 PM and a performance by Bob Deremer from 6 – 8 PM**

Brian creates visually appealing hydrodipped art. His work will be featured on display at Dante’s Bar for the entire month of April, or check out his website to see more.

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Britt Silkey
Frostburg Fiber Depot
9 W. Main Street
**The Frostburg Fiber Depot will be offering 20% off Intro to Knitting and Intro to Crochet classes. While you’re there, enter a raffle to win a FREE Intro to Knitting Course + all materials.**

Britt Silkey was born and raised in Silver Spring by her artist parents.  She earned a BA from St. John’s College in Annapolis and a certificate of fine art from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore.  She is best known as a watercolorist who paints portraits of pets and people on commission.  Her winning artwork is featured on the advertising and merchandise for the 2017 Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.  Her work is inspired by storybooks, fairy tales, and real life.

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Chad Andrews, Wayne Jones, and Daniel Dosik from Bending Glass Art
Broadway Mini Market
Broadway parking lot
**Bending Glass Art will be demonstrating several glass blowing techniques from 3-8 PM in the Broadway parking lot!**

Bending Glass is a small studio located in Frostburg. There are currently two glass blowers working in the studio on a consistent basis, Chad Andrews (Owner) and his cousin Wayne Jones.  Daniel Dosik joined Bending Glass six months ago.  Chad, Wayne, and Daniel will be giving live demonstrations of their glass blowing techniques in the Broadway parking lot.  Their creations will be available for sale as well.

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Chaysie Barnes
McFarland Candies
22 S. Broadway
**McFarland’s will be featuring chocolate-covered strawberries and raspberries.  While you’re there, enter a raffle to win a FREE basket of gourmet chocolates and candies.**

Chaysie Barnes, a freshman in high school, is a painter who enjoys using watercolor and acrylics on canvas.  Although she is just starting out, Chaysie says that painting helps her relax and feel accomplished creating something unique and beautiful.  She says, “The more I paint, the more I really enjoy it, and I can feel myself getting better!”

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CJ Moll
87 E. Main Street
**Arts Walk will be the PREVIEW OPENING for Sadie’s, “where gathering is an art.” Stop by and take a peek!**

C.J.Moll is a chef, writer and artist from New Jersey who has lived in Frostburg for the past 10 years. He has had numerous shows in the area and his work includes abstracts and minimalist landscapes in acrylics and oils. He enjoys swimming, good coffee and reading.


Colored Pencil Society of America, Chapter 121 – Greater Cumberland
General Art Store
19 E. Main Street
**The General Art Store will be offering 15% off during Arts Walk.**

The Colored Pencil Society’s talented local artists will be exhibiting their work in the General Art Store’s gallery for the Arts Walk. Their exhibit will continue through May.

Find out more about the Colored Pencil Society of America here


Frostburg Lions Club
St. Michael Church Courtyard
Main Street

The Frostburg Lions Club will be displaying various sized artwork created with watercolors, charcoals, pastels, and pencil created by an inmate at WCI.

Click here to read more about the Frostburg Lions Club’s Mission!

Gerald Snelson
Toasted Goat Winery
10 E. Main Street
**The Toasted Goat will be hosting a wine cork craft for adults (time TBD).  While you’re there, enter their raffle to win a FREE gift card to the winery.**

You may have seen Gerry Snelson’s beautiful photographs of Frostburg’s Main Street and the surrounding area circulating on Facebook.  Dr. Gerry Snelson was not born with a camera in his hand.  In fact, many think that he was born before the camera was invented or that he learned his craft with Matthew Brady on the battlefields of the American Civil War.  Today he is the “old man with a camera”—a modern high-megapixel digital camera from Nikon, Sony, or Leica– you may see on Main Street or in a cemetery (above the grass).  In photography, his goal is not to document a scene, but to make it look the way he sees it when he “recollects” it “in tranquility.”

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Hannah Ehlman from Hannah Jean Metalworks
St. Michael Church Courtyard
Main Street

Hannah is a local metalsmith who specializes in handmade bronze, copper, and sterling silver jewelry and sculptures.  In 2016, American Craft Week, the nation’s largest celebration of handmade American craft, named Hannah one of their 30 Rising Stars Under 30.  Read more about Hannah’s nomination here!

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Heather Warnick from Wynter’s Haven
Mountain City Traditional Arts
25 E. Main Street
**Heather will be leading a FREE seed bomb making workshop at 2 PM.**

Sincerely Natural and Honestly pure. Wynter’s Haven offers personal and home care products without harmful chemicals artificial ingredients or additives.  Instead, Wynter’s Haven uses home-grown herbs.

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Jahan Afroz
Frostburg Center for Literary Arts
22 E. Main Street

Jahan will be selling paintings, jewelry, and pottery.


Jessalyn White
St. Michael Church Courtyard
Main Street

Jessalyn is a student at Frostburg State University who creates abstract works of art using acrylic paint.

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Jessica Barnes
Yellow K Record Store
19 S. Broadway
**Yellow K Record Store will be giving away a FREE Yellow K Records release with any purchase of $35 or more.  While you’re there, enter a raffle to win a $25 Yellow K store card!**

Jessica creates abstract painting using acrylic paint. She is inspired by the work of Jackson Pollock & by her own experience with anxiety & depression.

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Jill Deremer from Stitchcraft by Jill Deremer
Frostburg Center for Literary Arts
22 E. Main Street

Jill is a local seamstress who provides one-of-a-kind items, handmade with a lot of love and a little bit of magic!  She will be selling clothing, bags, purses, and quilts, and also accommodates for custom orders and alterations.

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Joanna Durbin of Joanna Durbin Photography
Frostburg United Methodist Church
48 W. Main Street
**The Frostburg Theatre Company will be performing selections from their upcoming production of Godspell.  (Performance times TBD)**

Joanna Durbin is a new, local family photographer who specializes in portrait and lifestyle photography.  Joanna believes in constantly hitting that “pause” button to take in the special moments life offers – reflecting and just experiencing love.  She believes you can never have too many photos and is so happy to give her clients timeless and compelling images capturing the ones they love.

Joanna will be offering mini photo sessions during Arts Walk!  Joanna is the wife of Pastor Kyle Durbin of Frostburg United Methodist Church – be sure to stop by the Frostburg UMC on Main Street to have Joanna photograph you, your children, and your family!  Let the happiness in, and share the love through photographs!

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Johnna Harvey from The Linden Tree
St. Michael Church Courtyard
Main Street

Johnna will be displaying her handmade soaps, scrubs, and body butters.

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Josh Brown of Joshua Douglass Brown Pottery
104 E. Main Street
**Zen-Shi will be offering beer & wine specials during Arts Walk.  While you’re there, enter their raffle to win a FREE bottle of wine.**

Josh Brown is a local potter working in stoneware & porcelain fired to nearly 2400 degrees F.  He built his own kiln & mixes his own glazes in a quaint old miners shack in Zihlman, MD.

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Justin Kunis from Dead Wood
The Vapor Room
22 S. Water Street
**During Arts Walk, The Vapor Room is offering 15% off one item.  While you’re there, enter a raffle to win a FREE $25 gift certificate and goody bag.**

Justin creates handcrafted furniture and home decor from upcycled & high-quality wood, metals, and other materials.

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Karen Heeter from KJH Botanical Illustration
Broadway Mini Market
Broadway parking lot

Karen creates hand-sketched, botanically accurate drawings and prints of native Appalachian plants.  She offers black and white, as well as color prints, available in a variety of sizes.

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Lori Lewis
Grammy’s Attic
14 S. Broadway
**Grammy’s will be offering 10% off retail items and will feature specialty sundaes. When you spend $10 or more, you will be entered to win a garden gift basket valued at $25.**

Lori creates handpainted items, including miniatures.  She also will be featuring handmade baskets and pine needle baskets.

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Marcia White
Creative Decor
18 S. Broadway
**Creative Decor will be offering a wreath-making workshop and a tie-dye workshop for children & adults (times TBD)**

Marcia’s links and bio are coming soon!


Marcy Chandler from Queen City Soaps
104 E. Main Street
**Zen-Shi will be offering beer & wine specials during Arts Walk.  While you’re there, enter their raffle to win a FREE bottle of wine.**

Marcy Chandler is a one woman operation and has been running Queen City Soaps since 2012.  She started out making soap as an alternative to commercial brands that often irritated her sensitive skin.  Now, she creates her own unique recipes and has expanded her line to include decorative hand soaps and doggy shampoo bars.

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Mariah Hines
104 E. Main Street
**Zen-Shi will be offering beer & wine specials during Arts Walk.  While you’re there, enter their raffle to win a FREE bottle of wine.**

Mariah will be showcasing her wire-wrapped and electroformed jewelry, as well as crocheted figures and accessories.

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Meggin Miller from Home Before Dawn
Gunter Hotel
11 W. Main Street

Home Before Dawn is a collective of Mountain Maryland makers and more.  Meggin carries items made by local artists/artisans to help make your house a home.  Works sold are made by real people for real people!

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Melissa Davidson from Fur Reals
Wholesome Harvest
80 E. Main Street
**Wholesome Harvest will be offering 10% off store-wide during Arts Walk.  Suzy will be hosting two food demos: a salt-dough play dough with natural coloring workshop for children (FREE at 4 PM) AND an advanced-level workshop on herbal infusions (7 PM).**

Melissa provides REAL food for your furry friends!  Fur Reals pet food and treats are farm-fresh and all-natural – No fillers or preservatives!

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Mindy Wilkinson from She’s So Pretty
Dante’s Bar
16 W. Main Street
**Dante’s will feature a wine tasting from 3 – 8 PM and a performance by Bob Deremer from 6 – 8 PM**
Mindy Wilkinson, owner of the She’s So Pretty boutique on Main Street in Lonaconing, will be selling bags, pillows, accessories, and retro-inspired ladies clothing made with upcycled textiles and fabrics.
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Natalie Vanderbilt
Mountain City Coffeehouse & Creamery
60 E. Main Street

Natalie will be selling her acrylic paintings, photography, and painted wood signs.

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Olivia Strange
104 E. Main Street
**Zen-Shi will be offering beer & wine specials during Arts Walk.  While you’re there, enter their raffle to win a FREE bottle of wine.**

Olivia’s bio and links are coming soon!

Parris Ashley
A Place To Eat
30 W. Main Street

Parris Ashley, Frostburg’s resident muralist and the most prolific muralist in Western Maryland, is a Maryland native born in Baltimore, although he grew up in Detroit, Michigan. He has lived in Frostburg since 2004 and graduated with his bachelor’s degree in Painting with minor in Art History.  Parris’s murals can be found in many businesses in Downtown Frostburg, as well as in public art displays in Frostburg and Cumberland.

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Patricia Wilt from Artful Creations Studio
Creative Decor
18 S. Broadway
**Creative Decor will be offering a wreath-making workshop at 4 PM**

Patricia Wilt’s love of nature and the area she grew up in here in Western Maryland is reflected in her artwork. Although the majority of her work is done in acrylic and soft pastel, she is no stranger to practically every form of 2D media as well as some 3D. An accomplished pet portrait artist, she is well-known in the area and across the country for her realistic photo-quality likenesses. She has completed over 40 commissioned paintings and 37 original paintings in the past year alone. And it doesn’t stop on canvas!  Patricia is also known for her “Crick Pets” – realistic paintings on locally found rocks, and unique portraits on wine glasses, furniture, lamps, and other functional art. Stop by and watch as Patricia works on a soft pastel from start to finish and makes it come alive! Feel free also to commission a one of a kind pet portrait while you are there!

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Rebound Rob’s Rollin’ Records
Main Street Books
2 E. Main Street
**Main Street Books will host Laura Taylor’s piano students for a recital from 3-4 PM.  Author Jim Rada will give a book signing from 4-6 PM.**

Rebound Rob is back again! He will be set up at Main Street Books with crates of vinyl records.  Roll on by and check out his collection!

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Richard Shuck
Armstrong Mini Market
Armstrong Insurance
21 S. Water Street

Richard creates fascinating works of art using stippling techniques.

Robin Pancake
Spectrum Design Services
9 E. Main Street

Robin began working in stained glass in 1990 & discovered a media that was challenging, versatile & fun. Largely self taught, Robin makes pieces in stained glass ranging from small animals made from glass nuggets to large panels & windows. She also makes sun catchers, kaleidoscopes, and other 3D projects. “I enjoy designing a piece of stained glass using colors & textures that show the effects of light on & through the glass. I have found that stained glass is the media through which I am best able to express the beauty of colors & textures working together.”

Sarah Llewellyn of Llewellyn Homestead
Dante’s Bar
16 W. Main Street
**Dante’s will feature a wine tasting from 3 – 8 PM and a performance by Bob Deremer from 6 – 8 PM**

Sarah & family create green cleaning products, crocheted items, upcycled crafts, as well as blacksmithed items.

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Sarah McGuire of SJM’s Wired Wonders
Broadway Mini Market
Broadway parking lot

Sarah creates wire-wrapped jewelry made with beads, sea glass, shells, and polished & unpolished stones.

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Shaena McBride from Luna Variabilis, Co.
Dante’s Bar
16 W. Main Street
**Dante’s will feature a wine tasting from 3 – 8 PM and a performance by Bob Deremer from 6 – 8 PM**

Designs for your inner moonchild. Luna Variabilis is your go to for bohemian styled jewelry and accessories! Every piece is handmade with love using genuine, natural gemstones and top quality components. Shaena takes inspiration from her home in Mountain Maryland and from cultures around the world to create art accessories that can express one’s soul. Reveal your individuality during any occasion wearing LV accessories!

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Sharon Ryan of Sharon Ryan Art
Armstrong Mini Market
Armstrong Insurance
21 S. Water Street

Sharon Ryan specializes in canvas paintings, painted vases, and handcrafted shell jewelry perfect for the mermaid in your life!

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Stacey Pearson Pottery
Broadway Mini Market
Broadway parking lot

Stacey Pearson received a BFA with a concentration in ceramics.  Being a recent Frostburg transplant, her inspiration is shifting from the cityscapes of New York City to a more rustic feel of her new surroundings.  The pots she creates are wheel-thrown and altered.  They are fully functional and are food-safe and watertight.

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Stephen Manger
Clatter Coffee
15 S. Broadway
**Enter a raffle to win a FREE $10 Clatter Coffee gift card!**

“I make mistakes on purpose. Thousands of them. I choose the most useful mistakes, catalog them, and try to repeat them.” Throughout his decades-long practice as a painter, Frostburg artist Stephen Manger has embraced a continual process of editing, collection and combination. His intention is never to paint images of things, but to develop a vocabulary of processes with which to find, as if by making, something beautiful.

Steve Sullivan
Toasted Goat Winery
10 E. Main Street
**The Toasted Goat will be hosting a wine cork craft for adults (time TBD).  While you’re there, enter their raffle to win a FREE gift card to the winery.**

Steven Sullivan is a local potter who has been producing pottery professinally for the past eight years. Steve has been featured in many galleries and his studio is located in Frostburg MD.  Steve is the creator of the Frostburg-famous “Face mugs!”

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Sue Arnson
39 S. Broadway

Sue Arnson started painting watercolors over 20 years ago and continues to find it to be her passion.   In recent years, Sue has also been working with collage and monoprints, some of which she will feature at Shift.  A resident of Garrett County for 30 years, Ms. Arnson has been active in the arts of Garrett County and Allegany County.  The Arnsons opened The Loft Shop in Bittinger, MD 30 years ago and feature both Sue’s work and her husband, Alan’s, wood work, as well as other artists in the area.   The Loft Shop is seasonal and opens at the end of June until the end of October.  For information call 301 245 4528

Special Events / Performances
(Times/Locations TBA)

***There will be a rotating schedule of musical/theatrical performances throughout the day in the St. Michael Church courtyard and the Broadway parking lot.  Acts include Team Teal from Mountain City Center for the Arts, Zach and Karen Heeter, Sigma Alpha Iota (the international womens music fraternity), Hayden Ort-Ulm, Josh Tabora, Ian Robinson, Beau Hartman’s Free Mass, and more! Be on the lookout for a full schedule soon!***

Book signing – Jim Rada
Where: Main Street Books, 
2 E. Main Street
When: 4 – 6 PM

Author Jim Rada will be at Main Street Books from 4 – 6 PM signing copies of his newest title – SECRETS OF GARRETT COUNTY: Little-Known Stories & Hidden History of Maryland’s Westernmost County 

Chalk Paint Demo
Where: Funky Repurps & More, 26 W. Main Street
When: 3-5 PM

Always wanted to try chalk paint, but not sure how it works? Diana will be demonstrating the day of the Arts Walk from 3-5. Come watch, learn some tricks of the trade, purchase one or many of the colors of the chalk paint available at the shop, and start your own spring projects!


Food Demo (Beginner level) – The Colors of Food: Natural Playdough Coloring
Where: Wholesome Harvest, 89 E. Main Street

When: 4 PM

Join Suzy as she leads a FREE, kid-friendly demonstration on making natural playdough coloring


Food Demo (Advanced level) – Kitchen Creations: The Art of Infusions
Where: Wholesome Harvest, 89 E. Main Street
When: 7 PM



Glass blowing demonstration with Chad Andrews, Wayne Jones, and Daniel Dosik from Bending Glass Art

Where: Broadway Mini Market, Broadway parking lot
When: 3 – 8 PM

Gourmet popcorn!
Where: Broadway Mini Market, Broadway parking lot
When: 3 – 8 PM (while supplies last)

Sharon Bogard of The Poppin’ Kettle will be selling freshly-popped gourmet kettle corn during Arts Walk.  Try the original kettle corn or one of her four specialty flavors: Old Bay, Cheddar, Spicy Ranch, and Chocolate Drizzle!


Kids Craft at City Place – Hosted by Evergreen Heritage Center Foundation
Where: City Place
When: 3 – 8 PM

With its commitment to environmental sustainability and conservation, the Evergreen Heritage Center will offer three TRASH ART Stations for kids at Frostburg’s Arts Walk at City Place.  While you’re there, make sure to enter the raffle for a chance to win an Evergreen Heritage Center gift basket!
CRAZY FUN CRITTERS: Create imaginative animals and insects from plastic bottle caps, scrap paper, and googly eyes.
TREEES, IF YOU PLEASE: Explore concentric circle patterns and make your own Wassily Kandinsky-influenced trees from newspaper and construction paper scraps
ROBOT MONSTER MASH: Learn how to reuse household plastic bottles and tin cans to create fun monster and robot pencil holders and more.


Kids Craft on the Arts Bus 

Where: The Arts Bus on Main Street, parked near the Palace Theatre
When: 5 – 7 PM

Make paper flowers with Clare, and take home a FREE seed bomb so you can plant flowers of your own!

Live Performance: Bob Deremer
Where: Dante’s Bar, 16 W. Main Street

When: 6 – 8 PM


Live Performance: Karen & Zach Heeter
Where: TBD
When: TBD


Live Performance: Laura Taylor’s piano students
Where: Main Street Books, 2 E. Main Street
When: 3 – 4 PM


Live Performance: Mountain City Center for the Arts
Where: St. Michael Church
When: 4 PM

Mural Tour – A walking tour of public art painted by Parris Ashley
Where: Tour begins in the lobby of the Gunter Hotel
When: 4 PM – 5 PM

The tour will begin at the Gunter Hotel.  From there, participants will cross over to check out the mural on Broadway, ending up at A Place to Eat, where Parris will have paintings for sale.  If you have more time, check out Parris’s other murals in the following Frostburg locations: Wild Things, Absalom’s Emporium, Dante’s Bar, Grammy’s Attic, McFarland Candies, Shift, Bar Monkey, the Frostburg Pool, and at the office of Dr. Kevin Simonson.


Pottery Throwing Demonstration with Stacey Pearson

Where: Broadway Mini Market, Broadway parking lot
When: 3 – 8 PM


Pasta Necklace Station!
Where: Wholesome Harvest, 89 E. Main Street

When: All day!

Suzy will have a gluten-free pasta necklace station set up on the sidewalk outside her shop.  Children may make their own pasta necklaces for free!


Preview Opening at Sadie’s!

Where: 87 E. Main Street
When: 3 – 8 PM
Sadie’s — where gathering is an art — is a new Frostburg business that will be providing Arts Walk attendees a preview to its upcoming grand opening. Local artist, CJ Moll, and others will be displaying creations selected just for the event, in this recently resurrected, tradition-rich Frostburg building at 87 East Main. Drop by and learn about how Sadie’s got its name, why it has a decades-old history as a gathering spot and what fun the future brings.

Seed Bomb-Making Workshop with Heather Warnick from Wynter’s Haven
Where:  Mountain City Traditional Arts, 25 E. Main Street 

When: 2 PM

Wanna grow something but don’t have a green thumb? Wanna do something a little different with your seeds this year? Come learn about a way to plant seeds that feed them selves! You don’t even have to lift a shovel! Come learn how to make seed bombs and take one home with you! Donations accepted and greatly appreciated but not required . Bring your own seeds or use what Heather brings.  Heather will also be selling Wynter’s Haven products for the duration of Arts Walk.


Theatrical Performances of Godspell by the Frostburg Theatre Company
Where: Frostburg United Methodist Church, 48 W. Main Street
When: Time TBD

Stop by Frostburg United Methodist Church for selections and performances from from the Frostburg Theatre Company’s upcoming production of Godspell.

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Tie-Dye Workshop for Kids & Adults
Where: Creative Decor, 18 S. Broadway

When: Time TBD

Walk, Read, Write Tour
Walk, Read, Write is a display of large-scale, visual interpretations of nine pieces of literary work by Allegany County authors in various window displays throughout the surrounding Frostburg campus and community.  For the location map and more information, check out this blog post!

Wine Cork Craft
Where: Toasted Goat Winery, 10 E. Main Street
When: 6 – 7 PM

Make a functional craft out of wine corks at the Toasted Goat Winery!  Participants can choose between making three drink coasters or one medium-sized dish trivet.


Wine Tasting
Where: Dante’s Bar, 16 W. Main Street

When: 3 – 8 PM


Wreath Making Demo with Bobbie Weaver
Where: Creative Decor, 18 S. Broadway

When: Time TBD

Bobbie Weaver’s love of crafting began when her grandmother taught her to crochet at an early age.  In addition to crocheted scarves, Bobbie also makes tutus and mesh wreaths.  Bobbie will be giving a wreath-making demonstration at Creative Décor, 18 S. Broadway, during Arts Walk.