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Paint your Pet with Kennett Design at CCAC

Written on:December 15, 2017
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Paint your Pet with Kennett Design at CCAC
Saturday, January 13 2018, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Paint your pet with Pete Hoffman right at the arts council. Keep for yourself or make as a gift. $49.00 per person. You will need to submit a color head shot of your pet to info@kdpaintparty.com and include your name. We will create an outline sketch on a 12×12 canvas and prepare a color palette that matches the photo provided. This is a BYOB (and bring your own glass) event! Feel free to bring a beverage and snack to enjoy while you paint. This is a more difficult event and some prior painting experience is helpful. To register go to: https://kdpaintparty.com/event-registration/?ee=3223. Spaces are limited and registration is required.

Please visit our website for more information – www.cecilcountyartscouncil.org. As always, the Arts Council is family-friendly and handicapped accessible. Every month we feature local authors, artists, performers, and jewelry makers. Questions? Call 410-392-5740 or email us at info@cecilcountyartscouncil.org.

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Friday Nites in Caroline season kicks off with gypsy jazz trio Ultrafaux at the library

Written on:December 14, 2017
Photo: gypsy jazz sounds of Ultrafaux at the Caroline County Public Library’s Central Library in Denton on Friday, January 12 at 7:00 pm. Admission is free. Ultrafaux performs original music which is influenced by Romani and Balkan folk music, Jazz Manouche, Be-Bop, gypsy swing, funk, blues, and French musette. The band is an acoustic powerhouse of two guitars and upright bass that has thrilled audiences from Jazz festivals to concert halls & nightclubs since their first CD release in 2014. Sami Arefin and Michael Joseph Harris trade dazzling leads and harmonize together on rich gypsy-inspired melodies. The dynamic Eddie Hrybyk on upright bass holds down the steady swinging pulse and brings his passion for improvisation to the group. For a preview of Ultrafaux’s music, visit their web site, ultrafaux.net.

Kick off Caroline County’s concert season with the celebrated gypsy jazz sounds of Ultrafaux at the Caroline County Public Library’s Central Library in Denton on Friday, January 12 at 7:00 pm.

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Dorchester Center for the Arts New Instructors in the New Year

Written on:December 13, 2017
Photo: Fused Glass Ornaments by Paul Winters

Dorchester Center for the Arts (DCA) strives to maintain a rigorous instructional arts calendar, and is always on the hunt for new programming to enhance the opportunities for the community. In the new winter session set to begin mid-January, several new instructors will be featured

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Gather ‘Round at the Garfield

Written on:December 13, 2017
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On December 16th 2017 at 3:30pm bring a comfy pillow and blanket to snuggle and listen as Kent County Public Librarian Annie Woodall reads holiday stories for the annual Gather ‘Round! Cookies, cocoa and candy canes provided!

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School’s Out, Pottery’s In at the Rehoboth Art League

Written on:December 11, 2017
Photo: Jayani Boopathi glazes her pot during last year’s School’s Out, Pottery’s In at the Rehoboth Art League.

When school is out for holiday break, send your children to the Rehoboth Art League. The Art League will hold a “School’s Out, Pottery’s In” program from Wednesday, December 27 through Friday, December 29, 2017

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Emergent: Visual Sips from the Waterline, Photographs by Lynn Teo Simarski, on View through February 2, 2018 at Adkins Arboretum

Written on:December 8, 2017
Photo: “Spikerush” is among the photographs by Lynn Teo Simarski on view through Feb. 2 at Adkins Arboretum. There will be a reception to meet the artist on Sat., Dec. 16.

Emergent: Visual Sips from the Waterline, on view through February 2, 2018 at the Adkins Arboretum Visitor’s Center, Lynn Teo Simarski digital photographs tell the stories of the remarkable plants she found in the region’s quiet coves and marshes.

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Cast Announced for Church Hill Theatre’s Lead Off Production of 2018- Neil Simon’s “Biloxi Blues”

Written on:December 7, 2017
Photo by SG Atkinson: Fresh recruits on their bunks in Church Hill Theatre’s production of Neil Simon’s Biloxi Blues. Clockwise from the top left: Robbie Spray, Jeff Rank, Troy Strootman, Morgan Jung, Timothy Daly, Anthony Daly.

CHURCH HILL THEATRE Church Hill, Maryland –December 7, 2017 Director Michael Whitehill has announced the cast for Neil Simon’s Biloxi Blues, the lead off production in Church Hill Theatre’s 2018 season. The Tony Award winning play is set at boot camp in Biloxi, Mississippi during World War II. Loosely autobiographical, the comedy pits the cruel and caustic Sgt. Toomey against the draftees, especially the sensitive Arnold Epstein. His friend Eugene…

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“Golden Ticket” Raffle at the Garfield Center

Written on:December 6, 2017

Enter the Garfield Center’s “Golden Ticket” Raffle for a chance to win a theatre weekend in Philadelphia!

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Second Saturday at Dorchester Center for the Arts Celebrates the Season

Written on:December 6, 2017
Photo: Beaded beauties by Elissa Crouch

The Second Saturday Artists’ Reception on December 9, 2017 will feature members of local community choirs lifting their voices from the grand staircase to usher in the sounds of the season, accompanied by Carol Bech on piano.

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Open House and Member Reception at Caroline County County of Arts

Written on:December 2, 2017

Join us for a special Open House and Member Reception at The Foundry and FACES. All are welcome! Stop by for unique gifts and to support local artists.

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Winter Arts Festival at Delaware Art Museum

Written on:December 2, 2017

Bring the whole family and shop for holiday gifts from 18 regional artisans, listen to festive music performed by local choirs, and enjoy holiday decorations provided by the Delaware Art Museum Council.

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