GRAND ISLE ART WORKS HOURS OF OPERATIONGallery Hours SPRING HOURS: Wednesday -Saturday, 10-4:00pm, Later on Theme Night Thursdays, 'til 8:30 pm, Sunday 9-3:00 pm 378-4591
CAFE at the GALLERY HOURS OF OPERATIONSPRING HOURS: Wednesday -Saturday, 11-3:00 pm, primarily lunch; Brunch on Sundays 9-2:00 pm Theme Night Thursdays, 6-8:30 pm Reservations: 378-4591
Program of classesJoin us in one of our classes! http://grandisleartworks.com/programs/
Calendar of Events
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- TNT!! Theme Night Thursday, May 16, Mediterranean Night! | Grand Isle Art Works on Specials of the Day
- TNT!! Theme Night Thursday, May 16, Rustic Night! | Grand Isle Art Works on Specials of the Day
- Hannah on SFV, Wine-Down Menu, 4-12-13
- ellent on SFV, Wine-Down Menu, 4-12-13
- Liz on SFV, Wine-Down Menu, 4-12-13
Monthly Archives: September 2011
Where? All across the State. Grand Isle Art Works is representing the county.
Do come out and see us!
2% of our sales on Saturday and Sunday will go to the VT Irene Flood relief Fund.
Vermont Foliage Open Studio Weekend
October 1 and 2
Looking for that perfect gift…we have what you want: unique, original, local!
Gallery Hours Tuesday -Sunday, 10-6:00 pm Thursdays open until 8:00pm
Cafe Hours Tuesday – Sunday, 8-5:00pm Thursdays open until 7:00pm
Fall is such a great season…the air gets a bit more crisp. Seems to be more animals on the move – geese flying, deer feeding in the fields…
And just a touch of magic in the air as Halloween approaches! Come on into the gallery and check out Sunnie’s newest addition and her friends!
Grand Isle Art Works is a small business. When something like Tropical Storm Irene passes through, I cannot imagine what a small business can do…
The devastation and the costs to continue are so high – in people hours and money.
Grand Isle Art Works was lucky – for this storm we sat high upon a rock in the middle of the lake. Not so lucky were our small business friends in other parts of the state. In fact, one of our very own artists, potter, Jeremy Ayers is working hard to reclaim his studio and working space in Waterbury.
Help us help them by donating to the www.VTIreneFund.org/donate/