Winter art stroll is Saturday

  • The warm light of potter Doug Blum’s signature Lily Lamps will invite shoppers to visit his studio barn at the Isaac Nowell house, Wolfeboro’s oldest home.

  • Holiday ties don’t have to be boring. The Artisans Corner features hand-painted silks sure to capture the imagination of little boys. —Courtesy of Barbara Wilson

  • Known for its representation of Alton artist Peter Ferber and its fine collection of new White Mountain Painters, Wolfeboro’s Art Place also features nature paintings by Tim Campbell, photos by Bob Ness, pen and ink art by Gene Matras and that of other artists in many media. —Courtesy of Barbara Wilson

  • Artist Sandy Martin brings warm humor to Lake Winnipesaukee Christmas greetings. Stop by her gallery to see more than a dozen card designs and original works.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Wolfeboro will ring in the holiday season Saturday with a parade, Santa and an art walk. The parade begins at 3 p.m. Following that will be the lighting of the town Christmas tree. Then, four downtown galleries will be open from 4 to 6 p.m. for the Winter Even Stroll of Art. Stop by Winnipesaukee Pottery, Artisans Corner, Sandy Martin Gallery and The Art Place.