Historic Locke, California “Paint (& Sketch) the Town” 1st Saturdays of every month - unless its raining!
Above sketch of Locke, California by Fred Pitts, 2013.
This is an ongoing 1st Saturday of each month paint & sketch event, from 9:30 am to noon (weather permitting). Locke is a historic, tiny, rustic Old West town with tons of charm and unique history. Pack your lunch or plan to eat at Locke Garden Restaurant or at Al the Wops famous bar & restaurant.
Parking lot at north end of the town. There are public restrooms at the north end of town by the big parking lot.
Set up your easel on Main Street on the walkways, under the shade.
Please check out Martha's studio and gallery in Locke, called, “The Shack,” located five buildings past Al the Wops at the inside corner of Levee Road and Main Street.
Visit Strange Cargo and tell Lisa Kirk, the lively and fun Proprietress, I sent ya.
We try to gather for a group photo at 11 AM beneath the Gambling House sign at the end of Main Street
Bring the kids.
Don’t forget your camera.
Questions call[masked]-two thousand ~martha
There's never a bad day in Locke!