Olive Day 2012 has come and gone. We didn't have one last year, because Irene had ripped up our town and while that Sat. after Labor Day was clear, there was no way an event like Olive Day could be held. Olive Day is a Democratic fundraiser for their party and it's an annual event that started in '75.
Our art group has had an art show twice before and I volunteered to manage it this time. First I had to get my DH involved, getting the snow fence at our town garage and then erecting it around some trees.
Then a few raindrops fell not long after my friend, Carol, and I finished hanging the paintings on the snow fence. We took them all down and covered them up with plastic! I waited an hour and then re-hung them. We had a lot of lookers and tons of my relatives stopping by which is always great! My cousins, cousin's kids, second cousins, a bunch of one removed cousins, parents, brother, nephew and great-nephew all stopped to chat!
The day was spent trying to keep the wind from blowing the fence over and a couple of times the paintings landed on the ground. A storm was brewing, but we hung in there until 3PM. I hope I convinced a few new people to join our painting group which starts up on Monday.
I was pleased to sell one of my paintings, but I would have loved it if a bunch of paintings had sold that belonged to some of my worthy friends.