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Check out the directory below for local listings from all types of art venues!

  • Dora Ficher, Judy Gelles, Michele C. Kishita, Donna Quinn ,
  • Octoberfest Art Making Activity, noon - 6 pm Dilworth Park, City Hall,
  • Pumpkin Fall Fest, noon - 5 pm South Street Headhouse District,
  • Dolores Poacelli, Emily Brett Lukens, Rebecca Gilbert, Caitlin McCormack, Marjorie Grigonis ,
  • Local printmaker Terri Fridkin’s first solo show “In Reverse”, Oct 25 - 26, noon - 6 pm Muse Gallery, 52 N. Second Street ,

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