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March, 2018

Luray News & Upcoming Events

Are you looking for something to do this weekend? If so, come to Luray for our Festival of the Arts, where you can watch more than 35 artists including painters, sculptors, fiber artists, stained glass artists, and ceramicists demonstrate their skills. Also enjoy the work of musicians, authors, and 3 performing groups in this family-friendly event. See highlights in the feature article below, or go to pagevalleyartscouncil.org for more details.

Ladies TopMost of our spring merchandise is in, including new tunics and dresses from Parsley & Sage in sizes small to 3X, new Fair Trade baskets from African Market Baskets, and long cardigans in three colors for only $32!

Shenandoah Moon will be open daily from 11am-5pm from March 23 until Easter, spring break in nearby public schools. Starting in April, we will be open 11-5 Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, or by appointment or chance. I am delighted to meet you here if possible on other days, email me at info@shenandoahmoon.com to set up.

Please join me in welcoming the wonderful new owners of Appalachian Outfitters, Gigi and Jack, and stop in and introduce yourself the next time you are in town. It will still be another few months before Main Street closes to demolish and replace the bridge, and we will let you know as soon as it is official.

Our class line-up for the next few months is posted below. You can also schedule a private class or party, even for classes not on the list, such as this bracelet below; just call or email for information.

Have a blessed and creative week, and hope to see you this weekend or next week! Remember to check our Face book page for updates, and please share this newsletter if you know anyone who may enjoy reading it!


Festival of the Arts in downtown Luray

The most exciting happening in downtown Luray this coming weekend is the Festival of Arts on March 23-25, organized by the Page Valley Arts Council.

This festival is not your average art show or craft fair. What makes it stand apart is that YOU can watch 35 local painters, ceramic artists, fiber artists, b


asket and stained glass makers, and other artisans as they work or perform at four venues from 10am-5pm on Saturday and 11am-4pm on Sunday.

Scheduled events include music samplers on Friday and Saturday evenings, plus eight authors reading their short stories and three performing groups on stage throughout the weekend.

For a detailed schedule, go to pagevalleyartscouncil.

If you visit on Saturday March 24 you can join Gail Smith’s free essential oils class at 1pm at Shenandoah Moon – she will be discussing oils effective against seasonal allergies.

Upcoming Classes

Please call 540-743-5810 or email to reserve a seat in one of our upcoming classes. Check the Face book page for photos of project samples.

Egyptian Style BraceletTues., March 27, 11am, Introduction to Earrings, Learn the basics of earring making, $25 includes all supplies

Wed., March 28, time t.b.a., Wirework, Learn to make ear wires, bead cages, and more with wire, $25 includes all supplies

Friday, March 30, 1pm, Decorate your jeans or T-shirt, Make your own foolproof stencils and “paint” your clothes, $15

Sat., April 7, 10am, Wire Bangle Bracelet, Create an embellished bangle with beads and wire, $15 plus supplies

Saturday, April 15, 10am, Egyptian Style Wire Bracelet, Craft a beautiful wire and bead bracelet, $15 plus supplies