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ACAC thanks public at Uncle Sam Plaza Sept. 25

Contemplation Quartet expands to five, performing Aug. 19 at Uncle Sam Plaza. / Marjorie Howard photo

The Arlington Commission for Arts and Culture was the host for a celebration to thank its supporters and funders for the utility-box and Go Out Doors projects completed this summer.

The event was held Saturday, Sept. 25, from 3 to 4:15 p.m., at Uncle Sam Plaza. Live music was presented by Trailmix - Uncommon Folk.

At left, Contemplation Quartet expands to five, performing in 2018 at Uncle Sam Plaza in Marjorie Howard's photo.

“Arts is a common denominator for everyone in town, so it’s very much appreciated,” said member Diane Mahon at the Sept. 13 Select Board meeting.

For those interested, ACAC is accepting donations here >>

ACAC at Uncle Sam Plaza


This news announcement was published Friday, Sept. 17, 2021, and updated Oct. 1.

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