Art on the Mountain will return to downtown West Jefferson on Sept. 24.

Art on the Mountain will return to downtown West Jefferson on Sept. 24.
WEST JEFFERSON — Ashe County Arts Council will sponsor Art on the Mountain on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Artists and craft persons will set up their creative wares on the grounds of the Ashe Arts Center in West Jefferson. Holiday gift ideas, fall theme items, unique art pieces, crafts and more will be for sale. Several artists will be demonstrating their artwork. Enjoy local music throughout the day. Kristen’s Hook’d on Smoke Food truck will be on hand.
Participating artist and crafters will include:
Ashe County is known for its natural beauty and friendly people. In recent years, Ashe County has gained a reputation for its growing arts community and the Ashe County Arts Council has been a constant support of the county’s artists. Art on the Mountain provides an opportunity for both new and current working artists from across the region to showcase and sale their latest creations to the public. For more information, please call the Ashe County Arts Council at (336) 846-ARTS or email at info@ashecountyarts.org.
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