BREVARD, NC (September 16, 2013) – The Haen Gallery Brevard will host free movies this fall as part of a new “Films at the Haen” series. Held once a month on a Sunday night, the movies are open to the public and will be held in the courtyard area of the gallery, which is a part of the Brevard Lumberyard Arts District.
Doors open at 7pm, with the movie at 8pm, and visitors are encouraged to come early to peruse the gallery. Each evening is free of charge, just bring cash for the gourmet concession stand that will be set up by Wild Indigo Catering. Some seating is available, however participants may bring a chair to ensure ample seating.
These classic films have been scheduled for the next three months:
September 29 – One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest
October 20 – Cool Hand Luke
November 17 – The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
About the Haen Gallery
The Haen Gallery at Lumberyard Arts is located in the historic Brevard Lumber building at 200 King Street. With locations in Brevard and Asheville, the Haen Gallery offers the work of established artists whose distinctive and unique style sets it apart from ordinary and imitative efforts. Visit the website at thehaengallery.com for regular updates. For more information contact the Haen Gallery (828) 883-3268.