The Seventh Annual Art on the Parish Green takes place this coming weekend (Saturday and Sunday, June 8 and 9) at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, located just around the corner from my house at 10th and Market in New Albany.
St. Paul’s is the oldest Episcopalian congregation in Indiana, dating back approximately 175 years. For Art on the Parish Green, the church’s lovely historic grounds are given over to a multitude of handmade arts and crafts, with live music, food, NABC beer (Tafel and Elector) and River City Winery’s vino.
In annual testimony to the possibilities of ecumenical thinking, sponsors of Art on the Parish Green include the city, Rep. Ed Clere, Develop New Albany and the New Albanian Brewing Company, with no green lines to be found. See, it actually can be done.
You can let them know you’re coming at the Art on the Parish Green Facebook site.