Cherry Hill Boutique

Cherry Hill Boutique
Cherry Hill Boutique is listed in the Women's Clothing Boutiques category in Traverse City, Michigan. Displayed below are the social networks for Cherry Hill Boutique which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Instagram account. The activity and popularity of Cherry Hill Boutique on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Cherry Hill Boutique offers Women's Clothing Boutiques services in Traverse City MI.

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THIS IS YOUR SUMMER, ON ART You've been saying to yourself, "I want to do this." Well, this is your summer on art. The GAAA's 2017 summer art classes offer diverse instruction in flower arranging, painting, printmaking, photography, pottery and writing for students of all ages and skill levels. In addition to general instruction, the GAAA is offering several multi-day painting workshops intended for students interested in upping their skill level, and sharpening their knowledge of tools and materials. GAAA art instructors bring a wide range of professional credentials and extensive teaching experience. Classes are held at Thoreson Farm in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, unless indicated otherwise. Secure on-line registration is available, or call 231.334-6112. Adult classes are open to students 16 and older. Classes are kept small to provide the best possible educational experience. So, carpe artem! Check it out:

THE JMMYS ROCK THE DUNES The Glen Arbor Art Association (GAAA) brings Wisconsin-based blues powerhouse The Jimmys to the Sleeping Bear Dunes for the 19th annual Manitou Music Festival Dune Climb Concert, Sunday, July 9, 7 p.m. Award winning keyboardist and vocalist Jimmy Voegeli leads The Jimmys. The group’s tight vocal harmonies and powerful horn lines summon the sound of Motown, as well as a blend of blues, soul, funk and R&B. There is no charge for the concert but a National Park pass is required for entry. Lawn chairs and picnic baskets are welcomed. Rain location is the Glen Arbor Town Hall. For more information, please call the GAAA at 231/334-6112; or go to:

STRIKE UP THE BAND! The Northport Community Band kicks off the GAAA's 2017 Manitou Music Festival season on Monday, July 3, 7 p.m. with a musical evening celebrating Independence Day. This concert of patriotic and march favorites takes place on the Old School House lawn located in Glen Arbor on M-22 directly across from the Glen Arbor Township Hall. Founded in 1959, the Northport Community Band has developed a repertoire of familiar overtures, marches, light classics and popular favorites. Bring a lawn chair, friends and family. In the event of rain, the concert will take place at the Leelanau School auditorium. The concert is free. For more information, please call the GAAA at 231/334-6112. For more information about the entire 2017 Manitou Music Festival, please click on the link:

NEW GAAA GALLERY POPS-UP Behind that unassuming brown door lies a lovely little gallery: The GAAA is showing art work by some of our summer instructors in a new pop-up gallery we've created in our temporary offices at 6654 Western Avenue. The work of 14 GAAA visual art instructors will be on display July 5 to August 31. The exhibitors are: Robert Ashmun, photography; Mary Brodbeck, Mokuhanga printmaking; Linda Dewey, pastel; Jane Ditri, pastel; Hank Feeley, acrylic; Mary Guntzviller, watercolor; John Huston, ceramics; Jim Jacoby, photography; LC Lim, monotype printing; Joseph Lombardo, oil; Joan Richmond, gouache painting; Ken Richmond, watercolor; Lynn Uhlmann, oil; and David Westerfield, oil. Want to pop into the pop-up gallery? It's open Monday through Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The GAAA's temporary offices are located across the street from Synchronicity Gallery. And if any of this artwork whets your appetite to learn more about the art of painting or pulling a print or throwing a pot, find out more about our classes by clicking on the link [below]. In February, the GAAA moved from GAAA World Headquarters at 6031 S. Lake Street to the Western Avenue location -- where you'll find us throughout the next few months as we await the end of construction on the expanded office and gallery spaces. We'll continue to keep you updated with periodic emails full of pictures and words documenting this process. Hey: Art grows here!

ENTER THE WORLD OF MOKUHANGA PRINTMAKING The GAAA welcomes back artist Mary Brodbeck who conducts this three-day workshop. Learn the basics of Mokuhanga – a rare Japanese printmaking process that uses watercolor pigment, woodblocks, Japanese carving tools, rice paste and Japanese paper – and create a multi-color woodblock print. Demonstrations will include layout and design, carving, and printing with a hand held burnishing tool, a “baren.” A print exchange on the last day will offer the opportunity of taking home a sampling of your classmates’ work. Workshop dates: July 5, 6, and 7. Click on the link for more information about the class: