Friday, November 18, 2016

2016 Holiday Hours

The studio is located at 24 Main St. Dallas, PA and regular open hours are Monday through Thursday from 9 am until 3 pm, and we will have Extended Fall and Holiday Hours:
Saturday, November 19th 11 am to 3 pm
Saturday, November 26th 10 am to 4 pm
{Buy/Shop Local Event with Additional Vendors}

Friday, December 9th 5 pm to 7 pm
Wine and Cheese Served
Thursday, December 15th HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE 12pm-3pm
Saturdays, December 3rd,10th and 17th
11 am to 3 pm
Come Visit us soon!

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Community Event

Class is $40 and includes all materials, ingredients and sampling the finished products!

Thursday, December 8, 6pm-8pm. (Register by Monday, December 5) 
Working with dough and learning how to make bagels without additives and preservatives.
Deliciously homemade!    

Karen Belli,years of experience teaching Vegetarian Cooking classes in community settings. Chef and Sous Chef experience.

Leanne Mazurick, Artisan bread baker and assistant in community cooking classes.

Register today at the studio: 
Located at 24 Main Street, Dallas, PA

Monday, November 7, 2016

Small Business Saturday 2016

Come Celebrate the official kick off of the holiday season with us at the 2nd Annual Dallas Small Business shopping event at Verve Vertu in the heart of Dallas PA! Meet and greet with local artists and vendors proudly showcasing their homemade goods and wares! It's the perfect stop for one of a kind holiday gifts! Be sure to browse Main Street, Dallas PA for more one of a kind SHOP LOCAL stores and merchants!

Friday, November 4, 2016

Display of Love

Verve Vertu art part of "Display of Love"
The work of several Verve Vertu Artists will be part of the "Display of Love" exhibit on November 10, 2016, 5-8pm at T.W. Shoemaker Art, 312 Wyoming Avenue, Wyoming, Pennsylvania 18644. Please join us to see their work and the work of other artists.
"Display of Love is a community art project focusing on the themes of love, diversity, peace and non-violence. It is an opportunity for artists locally and from around the world to come together as a unified force against hate and violence.
This project was developed because art can bring people together and has the power to captivate and teach. It can raise spirits and break down barriers. This is our opportunity for love to have a voice in a world where violence is on the rise.We have a responsibility to build safe, strong communities and a future void of hate, violence and fear. Individually and together, in our homes and in our communities, we can bring positive change to the world. This project and the participating artists are the creative voice to inspire that change."
"Melting Hearts" by Verve Vertu Artist Joe Pascoe.