Arts Council of the Valley to host Cupid Crawl


arts council of the valleyArts Council of the Valley announces the return of its popular Cupid Crawl, set for Thursday, Feb 14, 5 to 9 pm.

The romantic event offers a fun and fancy Valentine’s treat for that special someone, plus an opportunity to support the local arts scene.

Led by local artist Laura Thompson, Cupid Crawl ticket holders will be treated to a guided art tour of four local stops: ACV’s Smith House Galleries, Larkin Arts, The Hub, and Pale Fire Brewing. At each venue, guests will enjoy drinks and appetizers while learning from and engaging with artists on some of the community’s newest creative projects.

The Cupid Crawl kicks off Thursday, February 14 with a 5 pm cocktail hour at ACV’s Smith House Galleries (311 South Main Street), before continuing through downtown Harrisonburg.

Individual tickets are $50 ($90 per couple), with a student rate of $40 ($75 per student couple). All proceeds benefit Arts Council of the Valley.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit ​valleyarts.org​ or call 540.801.8779.



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