Maple and Main Closing Announcement
Final Day: June 30, 2018
After eight years offering paintings and sculptors by Connecticut artists, we’re sad to announce Maple and Main Gallery is closing on Saturday, June 30. We thank all of you who’ve come to the gallery, especially those visitors who’ve come repeatedly, and we are most grateful to those of you who’ve bought art at Maple and Main.
Please stop by one last time to see the splendid spring exhibit and the special two-woman show in the Stone Gallery. And, we hope you’ll consider taking home one last cherished work of art from Maple and Main.
We’re open Thursday from 11 to 5; Friday and Saturday from 11 to 6; and Sunday from 11 to 5. We hope to see you again before we close our doors.
Ladies Sip and Shop Night
June 21 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Make the most of the Summer Solstice, and come to Chester Thursday, June 21 from 5 to 8 for a ladies’ night of shopping and sipping at the town’s unique shops, galleries and restaurants.
So women, leave the men at home, gather up your pals and come to Chester for the first annual Sip & Shop when there will be munchies, wine and a 20 percent off discount everywhere.
At Maple and Main, all unframed art will be 20 percent off making these one-of-a-kind paintings even a more affordable treasure for you to own.
It’s necessary, however, to register to get the 20 percent discount which you can do for free at Maple and Man or any business in town the night of the event or preferably, online at chesterladiessipnshop.eventbrite.com.
At every shop, you'll be able to round up your purchase $1 to support Jane Doe No More (janedoenomore.org), a Connecticut-based nonprofit committed to supporting sexual assault survivors.
Spring Exhibition Now on View through June 30
The Spring Exhibit at Maple and Main Gallery features selected works by more than 60 artists in a wide range of styles, sizes, mediums and price points.
The show opens Wednesday, April 4 and the reception will be Sunday, April 8 from 3 to 5 p.m. when there will be a wine tasting by Sunset Hills Vineyard in Old Lyme, live music by Alan James and refreshments. Guests will also be able to meet and talk with many of the artists.
The Spring Show runs through June 30.