Friday, May 11, 2012

Historic Kirkland Village Sketchcrawl

Saturday, May 26th, 2012
7800 Kirkland-Chardon Rd
Kirkland, OH

Join us for a sketchcarwl at Historic Kirland Village. This is a restored historic settlement where the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints gathered shortly after the church was founded. Between 1831 and 1838 Joseph Smith & early members of the established the headquarters in Kirkland, Ohio, built a temple and a village. There are many restored historic buildings including a sawmill, a store, a schoolhouse, a stone quarry, and a farm. We will be giving a short introduction when we arrive, so if you'd like to hear more about the village, please be on time. There are buildings we can sketch inside and outside, so this is rain or shine.

This sketchcrawl welcomes all sketching levels, all ages, and all mediums (but please be careful of your paint, ink, and water). Photographers are welcomed. BYOSS (Bring Your Own Sketching Stool). No admission fee, but I believe donations are accepted in the visitors' center.

Carpooling is available, please send Maureen Ryan a private message or comment below to make arrangements.

This is not far from Holden Arboretum, so if you want to continue your sketching day, that's a good spot to go to.

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