May 2012 Newsletter

Made In Haliburton Newsletter

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Terry Adair Profile   >>
Susanne James Profile   >>
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Terry Adair
Terry Adair is a wood sculptor located in the Haliburton Highlands. His studio is called Twisted Pine. Terry sees shapes in the woodpile that he brings to life in his workshop .. well not quite to life but, I think you know what I mean!
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 Susanne James
Susanne James  primarily works in stoneware pottery and is the creator of the Dragon Fly Mugs that are featured in this month’s draw (see above).
Official Launch April 5, 2012

ribboncuttingnewsletter.jpgAfter months of hard work by a committee of dedicated people officially launched on April 5, 2012. A viewing of the work of the artists contributing to the website was held at the Art Hive, with the official ribbon cutting on April 7th. It was well attended by community members interested in wishing us well in this new endeavour. Thank you to all who attended and a heart felt thank you to the Art Hive for creating such an amazing display of the work of our contributing artists.

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Susanne James Pottery — Dragonfly Mugs see this Art online

To win a set of two of these incredible dragonfly mugs by Susanne James simply sign up for our newsletter or like us on facebook. Note that if you have already done so your name will automatically be put into the May 31st draw .. no need to do anything. Please share the link with all your friends and family so that they can enter as well.

Announcing the Winner go to top ^

asmall-14.jpgThe winner of the sculpture “The Haunting” by Terry Adair is Simon Payn. Congratulations! We hope to have a picture of the winner with the sculpture for our next newsletter. 

What’s New This Month go to top ^

We are now selling tickets to various events that are occurring in the Haliburton Highlands. At this time we carry tickets for the ForestFestival, a once a year event that happens in August (Aug 15 to 19 this year). The theatre is in the midst of a forest and the entertainment is of the highest quality … a magical combination of music and nature.
We also carry tickets for events of the Haliburton County FolkSociety. The next one occurs on Mother’s Day and brings well-known performer Ron Hynes to the Moose Bar and Grill on Wigamog Road. 


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