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New Harmony Spring Fling coming March 18 and 19

The New Harmony Business Associates will be hosting the 4th  Annual Spring Fling on  March 18-19, 2017. The event will be held in the Ribeyre gymnasium in New Harmony, Indiana from 9-5 on Sat. the 18th and from 10-4 on Sunday the 19th.
 Over 50 dealers from around the tri state will be selling such items as handmade wreaths and floral arrangements,  handmade jewelry, soaps and lotions,  quilts, hooked rugs, flatware, antiques, collectibles, handmade purses, wooden home furnishings, photo tiles, candles, knitted and crocheted wears, handmade aprons, carpenter bee traps, original art and prints, hair bows and tutu dresses. Also our local potter Tony Treadway will feature a large assortment of his work.
Treadway, who received his bachelor’s degree from University of Evansville and his Master of Arts from Eastern Illinois University visited here as a child. Then visited again in 1984 as a college student photographing the architectural elements of North Street and in 1985 and 1986 returned as a ceramic student intern at the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Potter’s House studio.  Treadway is now a resident ceramic artist where he and his wife have made New Harmony their home. His work can also be purchased at Antique Emporium 525 Church Street and 409 Gallery 409 Main Street. Both business’s are located in New Harmony’
Throughout the town of New Harmony, you are invited to shop the many street booths and stands, as well as the stores, galleries and shops of our vibrant business district. During your time in New Harmony you might also want to spend time visiting our historic sites and our award winning visitors center. Sample our restaurants; enjoy our beautiful gardens and parks. Enjoy both Spring Fling and the beauty of  the historic town of New Harmony.
For more information about New Harmony or any of our other events visit our website New Harmony is located  just 7 miles off Interstate 64 at exit 4 and 25 miles west of Evansville, Indiana.