COLEMAN — The Heritage Hall Gallery is presenting its first “Heritage Hall-i-day” open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. The Heritage House is located at 400 W. College in Coleman.

 A press release by the Heritage Hall Gallery labeled the event “a gala open house for your holiday enjoyment and shopping.”

Original art work by 20 artists from Brownwood, Coleman, Ballinger, Winters, Novice, Voss, Santa Anna, Burkett, Talpa, Abilene, Colorado City and Granbury will be showcased.

Chair for the event will be gallery artist Avalon Hicks of Brownwood.

The event will also offer a silent auction of original one-of-a-kind Christmas ornaments and gift items donated by the artists of the Heritage Hall Gallery. 

All proceeds from the auction will benefit the Heritage Hall Gallery building fund  for matching funds for a grant to replace flooring and ceilings in Heritage Hall. The Heritage Hall Gallery is a project of Coleman Heritage, Arts and Preservation Society “CHAPS,” which is a tax-exempt organization.

Light refreshments will be served during the event with background music provided by pianist Sue Shields and guitarist Peter Waggoner.