Menotomy Rocks pandemic exhibit closes with music, poetry

Reflections with Nilou Mouchhala at Menotomy Rocks

A fall celebration and community gathering was held Saturday, Oct. 23, from 2 to 3 p.m. (rain date: Oct 24). The closing event for "Reflecting on our Pandemic Experience," above, at Menotomy Rocks Park.

Join us for poetry, music and conversation in an inspiring setting: an evocative art installation – woven into a beautiful pine forest – that invites you to reflect on Arlington's experiences of the pandemic.

Experience the installation before it closes in mid-November and meet the artist Nilou Moochhala.

Enjoy poetry by Francesco Fiondella from his collection of pandemic writing #SpontaneousCoronaverse. 

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Delight to short performances by clarinetist Todd Brunel and French hornists Hazel Dean Davis and Nick Auer. 

Hear reflections by Dr. Robin Schoenthaler, Arlington's "Covid doctor," and Kickstand Cafe co-owner Emily Shea about sharing their stories through the project.  

“Reflecting on our Pandemic Experience” was funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and contributions from the Friends of Menotomy Rocks Park and generous individual supporters.


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This news announcement was published Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021.

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