McCormick Art Council

Saturday, April 21st:

Piano Recital at the MACK
Jean Gale Piano Students will perform on our grand piano at the MACK – 12:00 – 2:00pm.
Enjoy live music while you browse through our Gallery Shop. Our shop is open Mon – Fri from 10:00 – 4:00.
You are welcome to view our gallery during Spring Bonanza. Bill Brown’s bold artwork will be on display through the month of April.

Quilt Trail at the MACK
The second panel of the McCormick Quilt Trail will be installed for Spring Bonanza. The panel is sponsored by the Savannah Lakes
Quilters and will be mounted in the MACK park for public viewing. The original quilt was sewn by Linda Marx and will be a celebration
of her life, her love of quilting and her dedication to the MACK where she volunteered regularly. The pattern, Indian Paint Brush, is from the book “Prairie Flower, A Year on the Plains” by Barbara Brackman .

The MACK will be honoring quilters with a display during the festival and both panels will be available for viewing

McCormick Market
Spring Bonanza is our first McCormick Market. A blend of fresh food and fine art, our market highlights the best of our region. The McCormick Market is on every first and third Saturday of the month, beginning with Spring Bonanza through October. Our first market will have the fantastic local band “Southern Conduct” performing, many thanks to our local sponsors. Saturday, April 21st during market hours, 4:00 – 8:00pm.

Dinner with Van Gogh
Our Dinner with Van Gogh is scheduled for Friday, April 20th at 6:00. All are invited to join us for a three course dinner and educational lecture. Tom Pitts, Art History instructor of Lander University is providing the lecture and Rusty Sox of South Carolina Arts Commission will dine as our featured master, Vincent Van Gogh. The meal will be a blend of Dutch and French cuisine, and our event will start with a “Starry Night” cocktail. Developing details will be announced, as well as continuing opportunities related to Van Gogh. This event is held in the MACK park, please dress weather appropriate. The scheduled raindate is Friday, April 27th.

Tickets are $25 members / $30 non-members and are available now.

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Thank you,
Heather McNally
Program Director
McCormick Arts Council


  1. Linda McClintock:

    Subject: Dinner with O’Keefe

    Friday, September 21 the MACK is holding their next fine dining event under the stars on the veranda of the MACK. Dinner with O’Keefe will consist of an excellent three course meal. You will have the opportunity to visit with O’Keefe herself during the evening. After dinner, over dessert and coffee, you will be entertained with a brief lecture about Georgia O’Keefe. This is a very popular event that the MACK enjoys providing for you. Tickets are now available at the MACK at a cost of $25 for members and $30 members for non-members.

    Linda McClintock

  2. Heather McNith:

    Dear MACK member and supporter,

    Just a reminder for upcoming events:

    Bill Brown Reception
    Friday, April 6th / 6:00 – 8:00pm
    Join us to view the strong, bold oil and acrylic pieces of our Aiken artist

    Dinner with Van Gogh
    Friday, April 20th / 6:00 pm in the MACK park
    Raindate: Friday, April 27th
    Tickets: $25 member / $30 non member

    Spring Bonanza
    Saturday, April 21st / 10:00 – 4:00pm
    Gallery shop open, piano recital, Quilt Trial addition

    McCormick Market (First of season)
    Saturday, April 21st / 4:00 – 8:00pm
    Concert in the Park!!! See Southern Conduct live and enjoy!!

    Clean Up MACK
    Wednesday, April 25th / 10:00
    Thank you, volunteers in advance.
    Help top to bottom, inside and out.

    Read & Feed
    Thursday, April 26th / 6:00pm / $15
    “Where the Red Fern Grows” by Wilson Rawls

    Thank you,

    Heather McNally
    Program Director
    McCormick Arts Council

  3. Rose Passafero:

    I am so excited to hear about the farmers market. I will be there every other Saturday. Wish it was every week! Maybe if we spread the word they will make it more often. Do you know if the produce will be organic?
    Thanks again,
    Rose Passafero

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