We Couldn’t Do It Without You

Our Volunteers are amazing! Last week now seems a blur, it was “crazy busy” to borrow a commonly used phrase of my co-worker Angela. We not only just completed Giving Hears Day but there were two exhibits to pack up and one to install and our Annual Gala on Saturday. Our volunteers really take the credit for coming…
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Upcoming Exhibit Tease

I wanted to give you a preview of our next exhibit – just a taste, to make sure you plan a visit to The Arts Center in February. Its a unique opportunity to see a sampling of the work of fifty different artists. The mixed media exhibition features both traditional and non-traditional artists.** The Art50!…
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Navigating The Weather – Rescheduled Exhibit Reception

 I feel like a bit of a hypocrite, in last week’s blog I encouraged everyone to “get-over” winter, brave the elements and get to the reception last Thursday, only to panic and cancel/postpone the event on Thursday morning. I made the decision and I apologize to anyone who didn’t get the word and “braved” the…
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Warm Up With Us Thursday Night!

Don’t let the cold keep you away. Thursday night at 5:30 (January 12) The Arts Center welcomes anyone interested in local history to the opening reception for Women Behind the Plow. Yes, the forecast says to expect below zero temperatures but, lets face it, we can’t just hold up inside and hibernate! I think of…
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Blizzards, Country Living And Strong Women

I know many of you are interested in local history, particularly stories about the Germans from Russia. While we were experiencing the blizzard this week I received an email that I’d like to share. The email was a post from the blog, Das Gute Essen, written by Sue B. Balcom. Working in concert with the Tri-County…
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