One more chance to “Come Out and Play” Saturday

Raleigh News & ObserverSeptember 18, 2013 

Eileen Bogan, 2, of Chatham County looks up at “Iris” by Holly Felice and Gary Caldwell in “Come Out and Play,” a (mostly) outdoor sculpture show at JimGin Farm at 140 Wild Horse Run, off Jones Ferry Road west of Carrboro. The free show, organized by Chapel Hill News Brushstroks columnist Deborah R. Meyer and Eric Brantley, continues Saturday from 4 p.m. to dark. For details, see www.carrboro.com/comeoutandplay/

MARK SCHULTZ — mschultz@newsobserver.com

Brushstrokes columnist Debbie Meyer writes a monthly arts column in the Chapel Hill News and now The Durham News. She's also an animal lover, a mom to two adorable girls, and with husband Eric Brantley organizes an outdoor sculpture show every year called "Come Out and Play," on their farm six miles west of Carrboro. You've got one more chance to see it (free and lots of great food) this Saturday. Get the details at carrboro.com/comeoutandplay/

 

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