Archive for October, 2011
View a private collection of framed prints featuring the works of Bev Doolittle in Blue Ridge, Ga…
“Many people call me a ‘camouflage artist,’ but that doesn’t really fit. If I have to categorize at all, I prefer to think of myself as a ‘concept painter.’ I am an artist who uses camouflage to get my story across, to slow the viewing process so you can discover it for yourself. Everything I do is intended to enhance the idea of each piece. For me, camouflage is a means to an end, not an end in itself. My meaning and message are never hidden.” – Bev Doolittle
Join SoCo Cabins in celebrating 9 treasured works of art in the beautiful reception lobby of the Southern Comfort Cabin Rentals office & Blue Ridge Adventure Center. October 15, 2011 – 4pm to 7 pm 240 West Main Street, Blue Ridge Georgia 30513
These exquisite pieces are being offered for sale by the collector. Persons interested in the entire collection may view the prints prior to the event. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set private appointment
Learn More about Bev Doolittle at: www.bevdoolittle.net
November is a beautiful time of year to celebrate with friends and family in the mountains of north Georgia.
Events and Activities in Blue Ridge, GA for November, 2011:
|From||November 04, 2011||HemlockFest|
|To||November 06, 2011||Starbridge Farm|
|November 24, 2011||Blue Ridge Turkey Trot|
|Downtown Blue Ridge City Park|
|From||November 25, 2011||It’s A Wonderful Life|
|To||November 27, 2011||Blue Ridge Community Theater|
|November 25, 2011||Blue Friday|
|Downtown Blue Ridge|
|From||November 25, 2011||Santa Train|
|To||November 27, 2011||Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad|
|November 26, 2011||Light up Blue Ridge|
|Downtown Blue Ridge|
The Blue Ridge Lodging Association supports the Humane Society of Blue Ridge with donation form 2011 Blues and BBQ Festival proceeds…
On Wednesday, September 28, 2011 the Blue Ridge Lodging Association donated $1,000 to the Blue Ridge Humane Society at the Fannin County Chamber of Commerce, as an offering of thanks and support for their ongoing contributions to our city and community. The money will be used to further the success of the spay/ neuter program and toward the new building program. For those interested in adopting a new pet, or to offer your services as a volunteer, please contact the Humane Society at 706 – 632- 4357 to help continue enriching the lives of our pets and pet owners.
The Blue Ridge Humane Society has been an integral part of the Blue Ridge community for years, providing abandoned, mistreated or injured animals a safe haven in which to live while waiting for a permanent, loving home. It is through events like the Fifth Annual Paws in the Park, and educational courses on a variety of pet-related topics, that they continue to pursue their goal of increasing the awareness of animal issues through public education, ending euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals, and promoting and offering affordable spay, neutering and rabies inoculation options.