Lebanon – The Tiadaghton House will celebrate its fifth anniversary on Saturday, 25 August at 111 W. St Louis Street in the historic shopping district of Lebanon, IL. Owner/manager Holly Lovell has turned a life-long passion for art and American craft into a thriving business on the main brick street in Lebanon. The Tiadaghton House (pronounced “tie-a-dotten”) represents over 80 local artists and craftsmen showcasing the absolute finest in local artisan talent. Current artists are from all over the Metro East – Lebanon, Breese, Trenton, Highland, Belleville, O’Fallon, and more. Hand-crafted furniture, woven rugs and baskets, paintings, drawings, fiber art, pottery and more are showcased throughout the store. An added bonus is all the local antiques, mission oak furniture, art pottery and antique hammered copper items featured throughout the store.
The day-long celebration will include food, door prizes and demonstrations by local potters, a wood carver, rug-hooking, painters, eco-printing, leather working and the two resident artists who all maintain active studios at the Tiadaghton House — working, teaching and selling their work on site. In addition, donations will be accepted for Lebanon Kids, Inc – a wonderful local non-profit providing after school homework help and a summer camp for local kids.
The day-long celebration will run from 10:00 through 7:00 on Saturday, August 25th.