Carol Peden has been painting for about 25 years. She does several hours of studio work, but also likes to paint ‘Plein Aire.” She loves to draw and her preferred medium is oil.
She has also worked in acrylics and watercolors. Peden has taken local art classes and always enjoys learning more with each lesson. She has one daughter and son-in-law and five grandchildren to keep her busy as well. From the Arcanum area, she is one of the members of the art co-op The Art Hub located in Union City. Check out her work for sale at the Art Hub.
Randolph County Garden Club opened the 2016 season with a carry-in dinner at the Huntsville Community Center in April. Darlene Trusty from the Allisonville Nursery near Fishers, In was the featured speaker. She spoke of using tropical plants for landscaping in zone 5. Trusty is a volunteer at The Indianapolis Museum of Art as a garden guide. The next meeting was to be May 31 at the home of Joanie Pascal near Saratoga, Indiana, where Tim and Angela Green discussed the benefits of using raw milk. All meetings begin at 6 p.m. To join call 765-468-6763.
Comedy and cocktails will be held June 11 at 8 p.m. at the Firehouse Pipes as part of the Second Saturday event.
June 11, from 9 a.m. until ?, is the Second Saturday Market. Come early and enjoy the day. Produce, food, handmade items, gift items all on North Columbia Street, Union City, Indiana. Email email@example.com if you are interested in participating. Last month, the weather did not co-operate, but many vendors braved the weather and so did customers. It is a fun time in downtown Union City. Don’t miss June 11 in downtown Union City.
Tickets for The Union City Arts Festival and the entertainment are available now at unioncityartsfestival.eventbrite.com. Or go to http://eddiemoney.com/ or at Union City, Indiana City Building at 105 N. Columbia St., Union City, Indiana. This year’s theme is “Two Tickets to Paradise” Sept. 9, 10 and 11. Eddie Money is the featured band this year, plus 10 other bands. A fun time in downtown Union City this September!
July 3 is packed full of fun too at Harter Park, the Union City, Indiana, Fire Department and Union City, Indiana, Police Department are helping Redefine Union City with an all-day celebration. Plan to join the fun, more details later.
Stop in and shop and/or visit a Union City business, we love our visitors!
As Union City has become a community of arts, antiques and volunteers, together you can make a difference. What have you done for your community this week? Step out of the box and volunteer.
Linda DeHaven is the new author of the weekly column Union City News for The Daily Advocate. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Viewpoints expressed in the article are the work of the author. The Daily Advocate does not endorse these viewpoints or the independent activities of the author.