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29 Palms Holiday Events


Holiday Fine Arts & Craft Faire with a visit from Santa

Saturday, December 2, 2017  |  9 am to 2 pm  |  FREE Event

Enjoy this annual holiday tradition at 29 Palms Art Gallery where our Guild Member Artist present their fine arts and crafts for sale. This year we will have a special visit from Santa where he will greet the children; hot cocoa and candy canes will be provided too! Its the perfect family day to kick off the holiday season and do your holiday shopping! 


Opening Reception for Mojave Memories

Saturday, December 2, 2017  |  5  to 7 pm  |  FREE Event

Come on out for an evening of fun listening to live music while enjoying homemade eggnog, wine, and other holiday favorites to nibble on. A special tribute in recognition of our founding artists through to today's current artist guild members, Mojave Memories will exhibit artworks from artists such as John Hilton, Kirk Martin, Michael Malloy, Merritt Boyer, Lee Lukes Pickering, Chuck Caplinger, Anne Lear, and many more of these greats. The Gallery Gift Shop is also extending a special offer to members... 30% off gift shop purchases during this special opening reception (excludes guild member works sold on commission).


Origami Decorations with Heather Sprague

Friday, December 8, 2017  |  5:30  to 8 pm  |  All Ages  |  Members $12  |  Non-Members $15 |  REGISTER NOW

Learn the Japanese art of origami with Heather Sprague. In this class participants will learn how to make their own holiday decorations while sipping hot cider and sampling tasty holiday treats. Class fee includes supplies. Class size is limited so register early!


Afternoon Tea with Tania Marien

Saturday, December 9, 2017  |  3 to 5 pm  |  FREE Event, Donations Accepted

Enjoy an Artful Afternoon Tea sipping tea and enjoying tasty foods traditional at a British Afternoon Tea as Tania Marien presents Henry Mockel best known for his artworks of botanicals. Tania Marien, an authority on botanical art, says Mockel belongs in the all-stars of the profession as his work appears in the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation collection; and he also participated in the 2nd International Exhibition of Botanical Art in 1968. “Being in the Hunt collection is a big deal,” she says.

This event is free, however donations to our non-profit Gallery are appreciated.