A re-opening anniversary reception at the East Fork Gallery is 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday in the Old Towne Center in Gardnerville.
The gallery moved across Main Street from The Record-Courier Center at the beginning of June after 21 years.
Established in Carson Valley in 1979, the gallery features nearly 50 artists living in and around the area.
“Visitors will find paintings, drawings, sculpture, glass, jewelry, silk scarves, pottery, hand painted porcelain, lathed wood, photography, batik, artistic cards, and a variety of other unique creative gift items for sale,” according to the gallery.
The grand reopening theme is “Job’s Peak, Carson Valley’s Landmark” and will feature many works specific to the Carson Valley’s favorite local mountain sentry.
There will also be refreshments, a silent auction, opportunities for the public to meet the artists and for attendees to view the new classroom. Several classes are being taught on a regular basis by talented local artists and teachers.
The gallery’s new address is 1512 Highway 395, Suite 4 in the downtown Gardnerville, Old Town Center.