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Bill Teeple's Party & Paint Online - September 19th & 20th ---- 3 Sessions Offered ---- Bill Teeple's Party & Paint Online is getting more and more popular. People remark that they
Bill Teeple’s Party & Paint Online – September 19th & 20th
—- 3 Sessions Offered —-
Bill Teeple’s Party & Paint Online is getting more and more popular. People remark that they really like being able to see everything Bill is demonstrating up close on their computer screens.
Three sessions are offered this month, Saturday September 19th, 1:00 – 3:00 and 7:30 – 9:30; Sunday September 20th, 1:00 – 3:00. The sessions will take place via Zoom with limited number of people participating each day.
Party & Paint is designed to give beginners a chance to have the fun of painting. No skill or experience is required. Bill Teeple takes the group step by step through the creation of a simple painting. Bill traces the basic composition out on a canvas for the participants making the process easy. What makes these events unique is that participants copy a painting by a famous artist from art history.
“By popular demand we are doing another Matisse painting, even though we recently did one,” says Bill. “He is one of the most popular artists we have worked from and his paintings are especially suited to untrained participants. This month’s painting is one of his most popular images, Goldfish.”
Experienced artists are invited to join in, doing their own variations on the night’s theme.
Packets of art supplies for the session will be made available that can be picked up at ICON or shipped by mail. Participants will need to provide their own party beverages and snacks to their own taste.
Basic fee for Bill’s instruction is $20. Participants will have a choice of supplies provided in their box. Add $3 for just the traced canvas and the image to paint. Add $7 for canvas, image and paint. Add $10 for canvas, image, paint, brushes and a palette. Add extra for postage.
To reserve a spot you must pay in advance via check or PayPal.
For more info or to sign up:
firstname.lastname@example.org, 641- 919 – 6252.
(Sunday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The typical Thursday Gravel/ Cross ride has now transitioned to Sunday mornings. The ride leaves the bike shop (123 N. court) in Fairfield at 9am and will end at
The typical Thursday Gravel/ Cross ride has now transitioned to Sunday mornings. The ride leaves the bike shop (123 N. court) in Fairfield at 9am and will end at the Fishback & Stephenson Cider House like usual but this time for brunch and not dinner.
Looking for some fellow cyclists and some outdoor fun? Check out the Gravel Rides. Held every Sunday, (unless there’s a drenching), cyclists of all experience levels meet up to do a weekly ride. Riders leave fromThe Ride Bike Shop, 123 N. Court St, and end up at the Cider House 1949. Routes vary from week to week and usually there is a choice of routes. You can find out more about the routes by connecting with their Facebook Group.
Be sure to download the Ride with GPS map for all the route details.
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Our Market has officially re-opened. There are some new rules for our customers… so please pass on this information to whomever you like, supporters of our Market. Vendors will be
Our Market has officially re-opened. There are some new rules for our customers… so please pass on this information to whomever you like, supporters of our Market. Vendors will be following some stricter guidelines as well, so it would be great if we can all get through this time with a minimum of grumbling.
Customers will not be allowed to congregate in the park, around the vendor areas, use the benches or picnic tables… please leave your children at home whenever possible, they will not be allowed to play on the equipment while the Market is in session. Please understand, this is the only way we are allowed to function right now. Come and purchase your food and/or farm products (no other goods or services are allowed) and be on your way.
No entertainment, musical performances or activities organized by the Farmer’s Market or vendors are permitted.
Thanks for all you do to help support our Market!
Reeta K F Murphy
President, Fairfield Farmer’s Market
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 1:00 pm