The Stewpot Artists have a show up at the ArtReach Gallery at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church.
They are having a reception for our artists and guests Sunday, September 25 at 12:15.
There will be food and jazz, so come and join us if you can!
A Collaborative Art Exhibition and Auction between The Little Stewpot Stewards and members of The Stewpot Open Art Project
Church Street Gallery, First Presbyterian Church of Dallas, 1835 Young Street, Dallas, TX 75201
Join The Little Stewpot Stewards on Sunday March 13 to celebrate “Dallas,” the theme of this year’s collaborative project with members of The Stewpot Open Art Program.
(A special note to parents interested in signing up your children for the Little Stewpot Stewards program: Please fill out the documents at http://thestewpot.org/little-stewpot-stewards/ and RSVP athttp://evite.me/wezf4kBrPR Contact information for April Gorman and information about participating fees ($10/canvas) can be found by emailing April Gorman (firstname.lastname@example.org) Paintings are due by March 8th.)
RSVP at http://evite.me/wezf4kBrPR
2016 Soup’s On! Luncheon
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Sponsored by The Stewpot Alliance
Featuring Speaker Collins Touhy of The Blind Side
Honorary Chairmen Micki and Mike Rawlings
Print an Underwriting Contract
Reserve your table at www.soupsondallas.com
Questions? Email email@example.com or call 214-382-5915
The show will begin with a special opening on December 6th with members of The Stewpot Art Program showing their work at the Bradshaw Gallery in the Downtown Dallas Library Public Library. You are invited to attend this opening to visit with the artists and view their creations on December 6th from 1:30 to 4:00 PM. Opening admission is free and refreshments will be provided.
The art show will be on display from December 6th through January 28th.
The J. Erik Jonsson Central Library is located at 1515 Young St, Dallas, TX 75201 and the Gallery is on the 4th floor and is open during regular
90% of the proceeds from sales go to The Stewpot Artists and 10% go to the art program.
For additional information contact Cynthia Brannum, Stewpot Art Program Director, at 214.382.5912 or email CynthiaB@TheStewpot.org.
Give the gift of warmth and get 20% off a future purchase at Saint Bernard Stores.
Tickets for “The Opera Lover’s Broadway: Great Voices Sing Broadway’s Favorite Hits – A Benefit Concert for the Dallas Street Choir” are now available at TicketDFW.com or by calling (214) 871‐5000.
All proceeds benefit the Dallas Street Choir. Founded in 2014 by Jonathan Palant, the Dallas Street Choir is a musical outlet for those suffering from homelessness and severe disadvantage. Rehearsals take place atThe Stewpot of First Presbyterian Church of Dallas.
Members of the Stewpot Art Program are showing their work at the Goodrich Gallery November 4th through November 27th.
You are invited to the Opening Reception
Sunday, November 8th from noon to 2pm.
The artists would love it if you could join them at the opening. Refreshments will be provided.
The Goodrich Gallery is located in The First Methodist Church at 1928 Ross Ave. in Downtown Dallas.
Wednesday November 4th at 2 pm
Annual All Saints Memorial Service
Stewpot Dining Room
Music, Candles & Prayers
The Rev. Dr. Bruce Buchanan presiding
At one time in the early to mid-20th Century Dallas was poised to become the center of Western music. Some of the biggest names in early country music made some of their best hits here in Dallas.
From time to time Dallas gets around to looking back at its past, and with a little digging, is rewarded by being reminded of its rich, cultural history. The story of music producer Don Law is a great example.
It was Don Law’s 1937 session that produced bluesman Robert Johnson’s rare recordings on June 19-20 at 508 Park in downtown Dallas. At the same location Law contributed to producing the recording of “San Antonio Rose” by Bob Wills, which went on to sell a million records. Later, Law produced Lefty Frizzell’s classic “If You’ve Got the Money (I’ve Got the Time)” at Jim Beck’s studio on 1101 Ross Avenue and helped to define the hard county sound of Ray Price at Beck’s studio. Law continued throughout his career to help shape the music of Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, and many others.
Longtime Dallas band the Lucky Pierres will celebrate Don Law’s western swing, honky-tonk, and hard country recordings on the very site where many were created. Friends Alan Wooley, from the Dallas bands Killbilly and the Cartwrights, and Erik Swanson and Dustin Ballard, fromShoot Low Sheriff, will also perform some of Law’s legendary productions.
Tickets are free but please reserve them here: http://www.prekindle.com/promo/id/24116491636583029
Who: Lucky Pierres & Friends
What: Sing the Don Law Story
Where: 508 Park Amphitheater, Encore Park, Corner of Young at 508 Park Ave., Dallas
Parking: Available in First Presbyterian Church’s garage across the street at 408 Park Avenue.
STEWPOT 40th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION EVENT SCHEDULE
Overview: The Community Ministries program of First Presbyterian Church of Dallas will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the beginnings of The Stewpot with a day long program highlighting the past, present, and future of this multifaceted community resource.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 24TH
10 am to 12 noon: 508 Park Amphitheater (Rain Location is across the street at 408 Park Avenue, 75201 - Stewpot Dining Room)
10 am - Eastfield College Brass Band
10:30 am - Overview of Programs: Saturday Kid’s Club, Summer Day Camp, Summer Visiting Youth Program; Junior Crew, Venturing Crew, Community Ministries Scholars, ESL & Family Stabilization Programs
10:45 am - Family and ESL Presentations
11:15 am - Student Presentations: Testimonials, Dance & Music Performances
11:50 am - Appreciation and Recognition of visionary work of the Presbyterian Women of First Presbyterian Church
Noon- Tour of Sculpture Wall Guided Walk (umbrellas recommended!)
12:30 pm - Tour of Encore Park Community Garden (umbrellas recommended!)
1 pm - Yoga in the Garden with Jessica Ladd, RYT (Rain Plan: 2nd Floor of The Stewpot at 408 Park, 75201)
2 to 4:30 pm: 27th Annual Stewpot Talent Contest featuring the theme “As Time Goes By" at 508 Park Amphitheater (Rain Location is across the street at 408 Park, 75201, The Stewpot Dining Room)
4 to 6 pm: Stewpot Street Fair on Park Avenue (Rain Location in nearby garage at 1822 Young Street, 75201)
5: 00 pm - “First Light” Chili Serenade by the Dallas Winds in honor of installation & lighting of replicas of the original sconces on the 508 Park Building.
5:30 pm - Stewpot Meal Services Signature Chili and Cornbread (free one-bowl meal ).
Ongoing: Stewpot Partner Exhibitions and Sidewalk Art Sale
6 to 7 pm: 508 Park Amphitheater (Rain location of the Evening Celebration with First Presbyterian Chancel Choir performance of gospels & spirituals is across the street at FPC Sanctuary at 1835 Young Street, 75201). Includes an update on Encore Park Dallas by Buddy Jordan and Pat Bywaters.
7:30 pm: The Lucky Pierres at 508 Park Amphitheater (The rain location for The Lucky Pierres Salute to Don Law is All Good Cafe at 2934 Main Street, 75226). The Lucky Pierres will provide the capstone music ending the daylong celebration of our 40th. Free tickets available on-line at http://www.prekindle.com/promo/id/24116491636583001
You are invited to an art show on Saturday September 12th to see the incredible, huge selection of artwork created by the members of The Stewpot Art Program. The Young Street studio and 2nd Floor Gallery will be open from 3 pm to 7 pm. Most of the work will be 10% to 20 % off with a special selection 50% to 90% off. You will find abstract, folk, self-taught, representational, outsider and many other styles of paintings, drawings and collage. The Stewpot is located at 1822 Young Street in Downtown Dallas and parking and admittance is free. Refreshments will be provided.