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ReKindle is a weekend event to fall in love with historic College Park Downtown all over again!
This is the page for purchasing reserved space for the evening classical candlelit concert. No registration is required for the art walk.
Please feel free to enjoy the lawn with a pre-concert picnic beginning at 6pm. Many College Park Main Street Restaurants have evening carry out. Please visit the CP Main Street Dining Guide for hours and restaurant phone numbers.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
November 14th Saturday-
2-5pm Mid-day Plein Air Paint featuring Local Fine Artists (Whitney Stansell /Millie Gosch /Margaret Dyer/ Charles Cashwell) in front of the Auditorium and Art Walk from Auditorium through the College Parklet Experience featuring Drip-Thru Complimentary Coffee to Push Push Art Studios at CP FUMC on Harvard.
6-7pm Concert Pre-Picnic Opens- Please purchase a ticket to reserve your space.
7:00-8:30pm- ReKindle Concert- Classical Music Performance in front of Library/Auditorium every registered attendee will be given a flameless tea light to turn on for the concert
November 15th Sunday-
2-5pm Plein Air Paint featuring Local Fine Artists Kim Fulton/ Kendall Portis/ Tracey Hartley / Jennifer Andrews Anderson/ Melvin Willis) and Art Walk from Auditorium through the College Parklet Experience featuring Drip-Thru Complimentary Hot Coffee to Push Push Art Studios at CP FUMC on Harvard.
(Gallery Setup) 6pm Gallery Sale of participating Fine Artists and aspiring Artists work of the Plein Air Paint at Millie Gosch's Gallery The City Muse (3383 Main Street) Please click HERE to RSVP
Proceeds from the weekend event will benefit the College Park Auditorium Mural scheduled for Spring 2021. Please share with your neighbor and get ready to fall in love with Historic College Park, again!
Check back for Artist and Musician Details!
ReKindle is a collaboration between College Park Main Street Association (501c3), and the City of College Park Cultural Arts Committee.