22 W Beverley Street
Staunton, Virginia 24401
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CoArt Gallery, aka “The Magic Paintbrush,” will again participate in the Downtown Staunton’s Queen City Mischief and Magic Festival, taking place the weekend of September 23rd. Our extended gallery hours for the event are Friday 5 - 9pm, Saturday 9am - 9pm, Sunday 9am - 5pm.
Returning to the gallery this year is our Dragon Family: Flora, Big Old Blue, and Flame. They put together a special booklet describing their activities since they last visited the Gallery, and Flame included some activities he would like the kids to do. Flora has left many Dragon eggs with different merchants around Staunton, that will be raffled off for adoption. One is at our gallery in the care of our Lady Vera. Professor McCaskey and Lady Vera will be making appearances throughout the weekend, with Professor McCaskey playing his magic, somber fiddle. Have your picture taken with our Dragons buddies who will be out front on the sidecar motorcycle they "borrowed" in 2020 to explore Staunton.
Once again, we will have our Tic Tac Toe game with collector card prizes, and a Mini Magic Market full of smaller unique items. Come pick up one of our new CoArt Gallery coloring books for sale, full of drawings by our artists. Throughout September our Featured Artist, Ted Sutherland, will have ceramic sculptures for sale with a “Castles, Gardens, Creatures” theme. He perhaps has a hidden treasure during the QCMM weekend; come and find out!
More info on the 2022 Staunton QCMM festival at: https://www.queencitymagic.com/ including a schedule of all events: https://www.queencitymagic.com/schedulewww.queencitymagic.com/schedule
From the CDC and Virginia Department of Health
As of September 15th, Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County are designated MEDIUM Community COVID Level areas by the CDC with the following
"Wear a mask indoors in public and on public transportation. Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines. Get tested if you have symptoms. If you are at high risk for severe illness, consider taking additional precautions."