Don’t Be A Fool This Weekend – Get Out For Gallery Night

12909529_963342940401110_6502735827912027954_oGet ready for a full weekend in downtown Mineral Point. Friday night there are two live music options and Saturday marks the first official Gallery Night of the year.

Many of the town’s galleries and shops will have extended hours ’til 9pm. A noteworthy addition is the official opening of Windy Ridge Pottery‘s High Street location.

Another stop that will certainly be entertaining is the Roland Sardeson demonstration down at The Pear. Click here to read about Roland’s remarkable journey through the mud.

After all the art wanderings on Saturday night head to Tequila Point to hear the Driftless Beggars.

You would be foolish to stay home on this April Fool’s weekend.

Friday, April 1

7:30 p.m. The Way Down Wanderers perform at the Mineral Point Opera House

8:00 p.m. – Live music by Meeker & Maiden at the Gray Dog Deli

Saturday, April 2 – GALLERY NIGHT

Many of the galleries and shops listed below will be open all day and into the evening. Click on the links where provided for more details.

Artful Apparel

At Home on High

Bottle Works Framing and Gallery

Brewery Pottery Studio

Bruce Howdle Studio

Chestnut Hill Studio

Foundry Books

High Point Arts

High Street Sweets

iFinder Antiques

Jane Wilcoxson Studios

Johnston Gallery

Longbranch Gallery

Mayday Press

Mulberry Pottery

The Pear & Salvage Home

Phoebe’s Nest


Webbs At Work

and new to High Street – Windy Ridge Pottery

Here’s the 2016 Gallery Night Map.  You can find hard copies of the map in the Gallery Night brochures distributed throughout downtown Mineral Point.


– Contributed by Lisa Hay

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