The Lawrence County Museum participated in the Oct. 5 downtown gallery walk. Two BNL students exhibited their work in the museum meeting room.
It was a dark and stormy night, and about 70 people braved the weather and experienced the exhibits at the museum. While there, participants could enjoy a game of Scrabble or watch the WTIU public broadcasting system presentation of life in Lawrence County—Hometown Bedford.
Exhibit locations included The Wiley Center for Art, The Lawrence County Museum of History, Stonecutter's Cafe & Roastery, Twelve Months of Christmas, Ginger Threads, Evolution Tattoo, Smalltown Art Studio, BlueEyes & BareFeet, Limestone Cafe, Inklings Bookstore, By The Glass Productions. Kat's Performing Arts featured music and dancing. Smokin' Jim's BBQ served sandwishes and chili. Tent vendors included: Heather's Homegrown Handies, KW Bloom, and The Lovin' Oven with sugar-free baked good. The Gallery Walk was organized by Tara Jones of By the Glass Productions.