continued Along with Pandemonium Millinery, there will be pieces displayed by Miss Fitt Hats from Durham, N.C., and local work by Laurel Moranz, of Skaneateles, who creates rayon chenille scarves, shawls and snoods, and Ginny Spina, of Jamesville, who designs scarves made from vintage kimono silk.
“The event is not about selling, but about providing something new and unique for a community. It’s something fun; it’s a different thing” Panzarella said.
The exhibit opening will be from 6 to 9 p.m. on “First Friday,” Sept. 7 at the Imagine Gallery on east Genesee Street. The fiber art exhibit will be located in the back of the gallery. Entertainment will be provided by “The Usual Suspects.”
For more information call 685-6263 or visit imagineskaneateles.com.
Nikki Treleaven is an Eagle Newspapers contributor. She can be reached through the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.