Fish in a lake.
Frogs in a pond.
Perhaps these photos spark some memories or gift ideas, but surely a reason to come enjoy Northville’s Independence Day Parade on Monday, July 5 at 10 a.m. and shop with us at the Dancing Eye Gallery.
Today being the first day of summer makes us feel like vacationing! Whether you are stocking up the camper or driving up north in Michigan, the Dancing Eye Gallery ia stocking up, too, with host/hostess gifts, cabin decor, and birthday and anniversary gifts that bring the outdoors and nature to mind. Happy trails!
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 20. The Dancing Eye Gallery has gift ideas for dads of all ages! Also Father’s Day weekend, June 18-20 is Northville’s Arts and Acts Festival at the Art House. See you downtown!
As school comes to a close for 2020/2021, remember not only our grads, but our dedicated teachers. The Dancing Eye Gallery can help with cards and gifts wrapped up for immediate giving. Our door is open!
Here’s a great way to start summer vacation: Yoga With a Twist, Saturday, June 12 from 10-11:30 a.m. in Library Park. All levels welcome, $10 suggested donation, bring your mat, water, etc. Pick up a flyer at the Dancing Eye Gallery.
So much of the art we offer here at the Dancing Eye Gallery is reflective of nature. No need to look far if you feel the need for calm. Come in and enjoy our Zen energy.
Kicking off Memorial weekend in downtown Northville is the annual Flower Sale this Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Farmer’s Market location. The Dancing Eye Gallery is full of ideas and art for your garden and flower pots. Check out the photos below to see a selection. Get your creative gardening juices flowing by stopping into the gallery!
The Dancing Eye Gallery remembers all those who perished while serving in the U.S. armed forces.
We will be open on Monday, May 31, from 10-4.
Northville is abloom once again! The farmer’s market is open every Thursday and the 2021 Flower Sale will be May 28 and 29 at the market. So, come downtown, enjoy our walkable streets, shopping, some food and drink and visit the market! Time to plant!
Don’t forget the graduate! Especially this year!