New Exhibits at Gallery 78

Opening this month are two exciting exhibits with stunning new artworks made for your contemporary home. From bursts of painted colour by Matthew Collins to bold brushstrokes by Alan Grabelsky, these exhibits are not to be missed.
The works in the exhibits are available online and the opening is on Friday, October 8, from 5-7 pm. The exhibits will be on display until Saturday, October 30, 2021. Click below to reserve your time at the opening:
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As per the Government of New Brunswick’s latest mandatory order, masks are mandatory indoors and we will be checking proof of vaccination and IDs at the door.

Diane Borsato: Cloud CollectionObservations of Clouds and Other Ephemeral Phenomena

The Owens is thrilled to announce the launch of Cloud Collection, a new work by artist Diane Borsato. Taking the form of a printed field guide, Cloud Collection takes readers on a cloud-watching expedition through the Owens Art Gallery’s permanent collection. The publication presents twenty-one works and accompanying texts that describe lightning, sun dogs, and various atmospheric effects. The full-colour, accordion-fold publication, available in both English and French, was designed by JP King and extends to become a 56” skyline.
At once playful and critical, Cloud Collection highlights the wonder of museum collections and the infinite ways that they can be combined, recombined, and mined for new meanings. Borsato’s approach sets aside conventional collection narratives, offering new points of entry and new ways to see the Owens permanent collection. It changes not only how we might look at art, but also the sky. Encouraging us to look up and attend to the world around us, it also asks us to consider the “climate” of our times.
Conceived at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, when we were spending greater time indoors, and when people’s movements were limited due to public health restrictions, this project offers a window to the sky. Clouds can be observed from indoors, from balconies, backyards or on neighbourhood walks. Cloud watching does not require any travel or access beyond the space of one’s own home. While we slowly start venturing further afield and meeting with friends and family again, Cloud Collection prompts us to renew our sense of connection to the natural world and to share in the quiet pursuit of observing the weather.
Cloud Collection is accompanied by a bilingual virtual companion that extends both access and accessibility, offering screen-readable text, audio by the artist, large images, and visual descriptions of artworks. Free copies of Cloud Collection can be requested online.
In response to Cloud Collection, the Owens has launched the Instagram account, MySkyRightNow as a way to share immediate, unfiltered images of the sky as we see it right now—framed by office windows, glimpsed from the kitchen table, or stretching above us on an afternoon walk. Documenting the circumstances of time and place, this accumulation of images offers insight to the many ways we see the sky. Cloud Collection will also be supported by a forthcoming Teacher’s Resource.
Two hands hold open a double-page spread of Cloud Collection showing images of artworks and texts.
Cloud Collection was developed based on research for the work Cloud Party (2017), also by Diane Borsato, which was performed at the Art Gallery of Ontario with the support of the Creative Time Summit. All works were selected by the artist from the permanent collection of the Owens Art Gallery in 2021.
This project was made possible thanks to funding from the Strategic Initiatives Fund of the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture and the Canada Council for the Arts.

Music in NB 🧡: 29 SEPT 2021

Office closed on Septembre 30 // Bureau fermé le 30 septembre
We live, work and play music on the unceded territory of the Wəlastəkwiyik + Mi’kmaq + Peskotomuhkati Peoples. We encourage you to support and champion Indigenous artistsartisans and creators. // ous vivons, travaillons et jouons de la musique sur le territoire non cédé des peuples Wəlastəkwiyik + Mi’kmaq + Peskotomuhkati. Nous vous encourageons à appuyer les artistesartisan.es et créateurs.trices Autochtones.

News from M3D14
M3D14 (pronounced M3D14) will be dropping a new mini EP on the 10th of October. The TV-for-A-Head electronic musician from Fredericton will be presenting 5 new tracks with a spooky them, just in time for Halloween! +++ info >

FEST FORWARD is back for 2021 featuring 2 incredible showcases!
Friday, October 1st – MARIAN  · Lil Omar  · Run the River and Lenny Lisgar FKA L.A. $ole
Saturday, October 2nd – JULIE AUBÉ · Joey Robin Haché · Lazermortis

Doors at 6:30, Shows at 7:00  +++ info >

New release from Ceeb Dread
Hip-hop artist Ceeb Dread just released a new song on Spotify, “4 bells rang”. +++ info >

Aaron MacDonald live at Mel’s Tearoom
Aaron MacDonald is Cape Bretons answer to John Prine and you can catch him live at Mels Tearoom 17 Bridge steeet Sackville NB Sunday Oct 3 at 3:00 pm.  Tickets available Tickets are $10 online or at the door. +++ info >

Jono’s first single
Jono’s first single from his upcoming project Party Chenous, “L’Invitation”, is available on all digital streaming platforms. A chiac rapper from Moncton, he’s recently performed at Pop Montreal and will be part of Music NB’s Festival 506! +++ info >

New Music from James Lingley + Live @ Yip Cider
“End of Summer”, co-written with Saint John singer-songwriter Mike Biggar, is out now on all streaming services. Catch James live Oct. 9th at Yip Cider in Long Reach, NB as part of a songwriters’ circle featuring Catherine Kennedy, Andrew Clark and Brad White. Tickets are $25 and can be reserved by calling (506) 650-4496 or (506) 571-0068. +++ info >

Arnold LeBlanc Songwriting Award
The Arnold LeBlanc Songwriter Award seeks to spotlight talented emerging New Brunswick songwriters in honour of Miramichi-born Arnold LeBlanc. Arnold was gifted with a golden singing voice. As a young child, he sang in the church choir and continued to sing well into his golden years. Arnold could whistle entire songs with perfect pitch and sang every day of his life. DEADLINE: 1 DEC 2021 +++ info >

From Love by Boy TMultidisciplinary artist from Hartland, NB, Boy T just released a new video for their song, From Love (Heart of the Land). The video was filmed featuring the town and the people of Hartland.
#NewBrunswick #Fromlove #Heartoftheland +++ info >

John Adam Ian on Twitch
Songwriter based in Saint John, John Adam Ian, is experimenting with livestreaming. He has begun pre-production on his new album and he’ll be streaming his recording sessions live at on his Twitch account. +++ info >

Robert Thomas & the sessionmen – NEW RELEASE
With 3 Singles out so far totalling 60,000 Spotify streams and 51,000 YouTube views, Robert and the band will drop their latest release, “Hot in Here” this week. The tune is a high energy, up tempo take on global warming and features a sizzling video and a “hot, hot, hot” solo by sessionmen stalwart and co-writer Ray Legere. The sessionmen for this one are, Geoff Arsenault, Bruce Dixon and Lina Boudreau. The band will live stream the tune and others on social media in October. +++ info >

Kylie Fox releases video for Horny and Bored
Kylie Fox has collaborated with filmmaker Jillian Acreman on her latest video project release. Horny and Bored, a B-side track off Fox’s latest album Green, speaks to the pandemic’s fourth wave frustration, and the longing for physical closeness. +++ info >

Jason Anderson releases new song
Fredericton indie folk singer-songwriter Jason Anderson has released Canyonlands, a 5-song collection of beautiful, meditative indie folk. Anderson, who has collaborated as a guitarist with artists such as Mount Eerie and Strand of Oaks, is excited about his new solo release. +++ info >

Sourire – Deuxième extrait du EP, II, de Phil Athanase
L’Artiste pop-rock Acadien Phil Athanase lance un nouvel extrait intitulé Sourire en marge de son nouveau mini album (EP) II. L’album est disponible dès maintenant sur les plates-formes numériques, comme Bandcamp, Apple Music et Spotify. +++ info >

IZABELLE announced that her newest single CHASING STORMS is out. The song is available on all music platforms for all to enjoy. “Chasing storms” provides a glimpse into what fans can start to expect from the artist, authenticity.  
From powerful melodies and vocals to very personal lyrics, IZABELLE reclaims her inner-strength in the epic search for self discovery. +++ info >

Battle of the Arts NB – Igniting Black Youth Voice through the arts
Join Our Series of Virtual arts showcase and conversations with black youth in the arts. Live streaming starts This September through November (Saturdays), 2021, all on BOTA – NB Youtube channel. At BOTA, we amplify, mentor, promote, elevate, empower, all through leadership and the arts. Don’t miss out on any of these series. 
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SSI Soundstage
Sound Specialists Inc.(SSI) is looking to partner with bands to provide an avenue for bands to play together in a safe and social distance manner. Full audio, video and lighting production is provided to stream live. For more information or booking availability please contact us on all our social media, click the “Book Today” button on our website or email soundstage@ssiaudio.com +++ info >

The Charlotte Street Arts Centre sustains, promotes and develops the arts by providing access to an essential hub of professional resources, facilities and dynamic programming within the New Brunswick community.
For an up-to-date schedule: +++ info >

Salle de spectacle • Café culturel • Exposition muséale sur l’Odyssée acadienne • Centre d’information aux visiteurs • Lieu historique national du Canada +++ info >

The Cap, home for live music in Fredericton, now includes an on-site nano-brewery, daytime record retail and beer to go, all accompanied by plenty of seating on sunny or shaded patios!
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Le Centre des arts de la scène du Grand Moncton / Greater Moncton Performing Arts Centre
Pour la liste complète des spectacles reporté et/ou annulés CLIQUEZ ICI. // CLICK HERE for the up to date list of rescheduled and cancelled performances.

Le Centre des arts d’Edmundston, situé dans une ancienne église au cœur du centre-ville, est un espace dédié à la création et à la diffusion des arts. Le Centre offre une programmation artistique variée, de qualité, par l’entremise de spectacles, d’ateliers de création et de formation et d’expositions. Véritable carrefour de créativité, c’est ici que les artistes et le public se rencontrent pour explorer diverses formes d’art. Il est un espace de découverte où la créativité bouillonne. +++ info >

Le Centre culturel de Caraquet offre gratuitement des locaux insonorisés pour les artistes et enseignant(e)s en musique et chant. 125 pieds carrés par local, un piano droit dans chaque local et autres instruments de musique disponibles sur demande. Pour réservations: 506.726.5001 +++ info >

Dans la foulée du financement supplémentaire au Fonds de la musique du Canada (FMC) annoncé le 6 août dernier, nous sommes heureux d’annoncer le lancement d’un nouveau programme : Axe 2 – Soutien aux concerts devant public. L’objectif du programme est de supporter la reprise, en toute sécurité, des concerts au pays au cours des prochains mois. +++ info >

Emergency Support Funds: Stream 2
FACTOR marks the launch of Budget 2021/Stream Two, the SUPPORT FOR LIVE CONCERTS program – a $20 million program which will assist Canadian musicians, venues, and promoters in the Canadian live sector weather the pandemic. The elements targeted by Support for Live Concerts are in planning and presenting in-person and hybrid concerts domestically. +++ info >

CATAPULT Arts AcceleratorArtsLink NB’s CATAPULT Arts Accelerator gives New Brunswick artists the tools to be prolific & build sustainable careers. Business skills training, career development, workshops, and mentorship – all in one program. 



MusicNL is seeking expressions of interest from qualified individuals from the music community who would like to jury on the 2021 selection committee. Jurors will review showcase and award nominee submissions to determine successful applicants in each category. +++ info >

East Coast Music Awards + ShowcasesSubmissions for Awards and Showcasing at the 2022 East Coast Music Awards: Festival & Conference in Fredericton, New Brunswick, May 4 – 8, 2022, are open and closes October 8, 2021 at 11:59 PM. All 2022 Manuals for submissions are available now for review and preparation at ecma.awardstage.com.

AGAVF The List: October 1, 2021

The List presents the events of the members of the Association des groups en arts visuels francophones ( AGAVF ), that is to say fifteen artist-run centers and galleries across Canada, and compiles calls for submissions in visual arts, media arts, performance, art. public, residences aimed at artists and curators.

Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen Art Gallery (Moncton)

Nicholas Aiden, Greg Bennet, Pepa Chan, Hazel May Eckert, José Luis Gonzalez, Ashley Hemmings, John McDonald, Jason Penney, Emily Pittman, Daniel Rumbolt, Mimi Stockland, April Mary Lynn White and Olivia Wong – Seeking refuge | Give Me Shelter
Curator: Pan Wendt
from June 26 to October 3, 2021
organized and toured by the Confederation Center Art Gallery with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the RBC Foundation

Université de Moncton
Moncton, New Brunswick

Galerie Sans Nom  (Moncton)

140, rue Botsford, local 16
Moncton, New Brunswick

Calls for submissions

1.Calls in French from Canada

OBORO – Montreal – November 15
Culture Trois-Rivières – February 1, 2022
Aprim – Montreal – December 1
Articule – Montreal – October 10
Dazibao – Montreal – October 15
The printing house – Montreal – November 29
La Centrale galerie Powerhouse – Montreal – October 15
Gallery McClure – Montreal – October 15
Hexagram – Montreal – October 2
Center Clark – Montreal – November 1
Caravanserai – Rimouski – October 1
Ville de Chambly – October 3
Revue Ancrages – Acadie – November 15

2.Calls in English from Canada

Richmond Public Art Program and Richmond Art Gallery – October 15
McClure Gallery – Montreal – October 15
Digifest 2021 – Toronto – Milan – online – October 1
Ar (n) t Write – October 1
Craftivism = craft + activism – Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery – undated
Images Festival – Toronto – October 15


Toronto Waterfront Artist Residency – October 27
DAÏMÔN – Gatineau – October 29
Ceramic Arts Residency at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery – Waterloo – October 15
Atelier Circulaire – Montréal – October 31

5.public art

ArtworxTO Request for Proposals: Temporary Public Artwork – October 18
Poèmes-posters – Québec – October 25
Passages insolites – Exmuro – Québec – October 15
Brampton Fire and Emergency Services Memorial – October 14
7th Street South & Post Public Art Project – Lethbridge – November 2

6.for commissioners

Curatorial Project Coordinator – Textile Museum of Canada – Toronto – October 7
Museums Director – University of Alberta Museums – Edmonton – October 15
direction générale – Regart – Lévis – October 15
Nasher Prize Graduate Symposium: open call for papers – November 19
Toronto Biennial of Art – Community engagement specialist – October 4
Dialogue program – Fonds de recherche du Québec – October 7
Contributions – Blockchain Scenes – Journal of Digital Social Research – October 15
Vie des arts – October 4
Center Clark – Montréal – November 1
esse art + opinion – No . 105 – New New Age File – January 10, 2022

The Musical Stage co. One Song Glory

One Song Glory is a fully subsidized six-weekend-long intensive youth musical theatre training program that builds community, self-confidence, and self-expression through a combination of new music creation, masterclasses, rehearsal, and online presentations.Our goal is to offer participants a professional rehearsal experience, the chance to create and design new work, provide industry insight and the guidance needed to develop a fruitful career in the performing arts.

Since its creation this program has been held in person in Toronto, offering Ontario teens a place to create, perform and celebrate their shared love of musical theatre. In 2020 we shifted to an all-digital format and invited participation from young artists from across Canada. We are thrilled to offer this program digitally again and continue growing our national network of young artists, providing students from across the country (who reside in remote, rural, and urban communities) access to fully subsidized training led by Canada’s leading musical artists.

We are proud to report that to date, over 1000 young Canadians have completed One Song Glory, without any cost to the participants. Past participants are now gracing international stages and Canadian concert halls including Broadway and the Stratford and Shaw Festivals.

Click here to find out more

Click here for Audition & Submission Guidelines

The deadline for submissions is October 11th, 2021.

Prix MNB Awards 2021




Beverly Glenn-Copeland // Transmissions: The Music of Beverly Glenn-Copeland
DenMother // Then Now Forever: Alternate Timeline Edition
Kylie Fox // Green
Laurie LeBlanc // When It’s Right It’s Right
Les Moontunes // Les Moontunes
M3D14 // Lost Youth & The Art Of Self Destruction
Nebullama // Vol. 1
One8tea // Ventilation 2
Pallmer // Quiet Clapping
Ryan Maynard // Matter of Time
The Divorcees // Drop of Blood
Ventus Machina // Roots
Wolf Castle // Gold Rush


Ananas // Fausse Réalité
Cedric Vieno // Maltempête
Chloé Breault // Plage des morons
Choeur virtuel de l’Acadie // Notre musique saison 1
Dan Arsenault // Éminence
Danny Boudreau // La lune et le soleil
Émilie Landry // Arroser les fleurs


Adyn Townes // Kids (writers: Andrew Brown + Bruce James Rooney
Apryll Aileen // Home (writer: Apryll Stansfield)
Beverly Glenn-Copeland // River Dreams (writer: Beverly Glenn-Copeland)
Colin Fowlie // Inside Out (writer: Colin Fowlie)
Kylie Fox // Glowstars (writer: Kylie Fox)
One8tea // I Guess It’s Complicated (writer: Teah Bailey)
qwinn // YLTWIL (writers: Brittany McEachern + Nick Fowler)
Ryan Maynard // Summer Sun (Nothin’ on You) (writer: Ryan Maynard)


Cedric Vieno // Laisse tomber (autaire: Cédric Vieno)
Chloé Breault // P’tits problèmes (autaire: Chloé Breault)
Danny Boudreau // Saint-Tranquille (autaire: Daniel Boudreau + Stéphane Blanchette)
Émilie Landry // Bouillir d’la misère (autaire: Émilie Landry)
Matt Boudreau // Élise (autaire: Mathieu Boudreau)


Apryll Aileen // Wild Wolvez
Beverly Glenn-Copeland // Sunset Village
Choeur virtuel de l’Acadie // Les Aboiteaux
Émilie Landry // Bouillir d’la misère
Kill Chicago // Pull Over
Kylie Fox // Glowstars
Les Moontunes // Paper Boat
One8tea // I Guess It’s Complicated
Raphaël Butler // Camping Colibri
Short For Arthur // Hanging Paintings
The Divorcees // Must Be Nice
Ventus Machina // Blackbird



Mike Bern
Pokuhulakon Witsehkehsu: Sisters of the Drum
Quinn Bonnell
Talon Simon, the Rez Kid Wonder
Tee Cloud
Wolf Castle


Capital 6
Choeur virtuel de l’Acadie
Les Moontunes
Mike Bravener
Run the River
Sonic Detour
We Left As Lions


Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick
Choeur virtuel de l’Acadie
East Track Mind
Erin Bond
Fédération des jeunes francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick (FJFNB)
Imperial Theatre
Le Grenier musique
The East


Choeur virtuel de l’Acadie
East Track Mind
Les Moontunes
Levee on the Lake
Roots & Soul Music Promotions
Stephen Lewis & The Big Band of Fun
The Cap
The East



Charlotte Street Arts Centre
Grimross Brewing
Imperial Theatre
The Cap
The Phoenix


Acadie Rock
FEST Forward
Levee on the Lake
New Brunswick Country Showcase
Living Roots Music Festival


Alex Cook
Andrew MacRae
Carol Doucet
Dwayne Marcial
Eddie Young
Eva George
Heidi-Lyn O’Connor
Talon Simon

Loretta Gould: Prayers for Our Lost Children

The Owens Art Gallery and the Indigenous Affairs Coordinator of Mount Allison University are thrilled to unveil Prayers for Our Lost Children (2021), a moving new work by prominent Mi’kmaq artist Loretta Gould. This work was commissioned in 2021 as the shameful story of Canada’s Residential School System continued to unfold. The painting serves as a poignant reminder of what Canada has stolen from Indigenous peoples and the ways in which this harm endures. At the same time, it underlines the vital continuity of Mi’kmaq art, culture, and spiritual practices, and the important role that women and children have played in maintaining this permanence. The painting, which is currently installed outside the office of the Indigenous Affairs Coordinator, is part of a series of public artworks commissioned by the Indigenous Affairs Coordinator and the Owens Art Gallery since 2019, including two works by Mi’kmaq artist, Pauline Young: She Lights the Way (2019), a stained-glass memorial to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, and Wabanaki/People of the Dawn (2020), a flag design representing the Mi’kmaq territory of Mi’kma’ki as a living relationship between land and sea.
Loretta Gould is a Mi’kmaq quilter and painter who loves bright, beautiful colours. A self-taught artist, she grew up in Waycobah First Nation where she later raised five children with her husband Elliot Gould. She began making a living through her art quilts but, when her sewing machine broke in 2013, she decided to try her hand at painting. She’s been painting ever since. Loretta’s dream is to share her art with the world. For her, art is a way to get her spiritual feelings on canvas. Please visit the artist’s website: www.mikmaq-artist.com/collections

Artist talk (noon) and reception (5-7 pm) / SEPT 29

Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen proposes two public activities on Wednesday, September 29 2021, as part of the Give Me Shelter exhibition presenting the works of 13 emerging artists of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
ARTIST TALK (in French): Wednesday, September 29 at noon, room 001-B of the Fine Arts Building
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An artist-talk by Mimi Stockalnd will be presented (in French) in the Salle Neil-Michaud, room 001-B of the Fine Arts Building (Beaux-arts) on the Université de Moncton campus. Mimi Stockland is a St. John’s-based visual artist whose work spans textiles, sculpture, printmaking and installation. She obtained a BFA from Concordia University in 2009and graduated from the Centre des Textiles Contemporains de Montréal (CTCM) in 2015, after which she established a home and studio practice in Newfoundland. Her work ranges through topics like food, internet humour, cartoons, fashion, camping, tourism, textiles, and contemporary life with a surrealist and absurdist eye.
RECEPTION: Wednesday, September 29, 5–7 PM, at Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen
A reception celebrating the exhibition will be held as of 5 PM, with Pan Wendt, exhibition curator, and Mimi Stockland, artist, in attendance. The exhibition presents work that “can inform us as we face an uncertain reality that demands imaginative and constructive energy” and will run until October 3, 2021. Give Me Shelter is organised and circulated by the Confederation Centre Art Gallery with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and RBC. For more information: https://www.umoncton.ca/umcm-ga/chercherrefuge
Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen of the Université de Moncton is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Department of Tourism, Heritage, and Culture of New-Brunswick and the City of Moncton.
* Please note that proof of complete vaccination is required and that social distancing and wearing a mask are still in effect on campus.

Make Something Sunday To Go

Activities for Families Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Sackville

Make Something Sunday To Go returns with a new kit for September. Make Something Sunday To Go kits include everything you need for art activities inspired by works in our permanent collection. Each activity is accompanied by a short video that gives you an up-close look at an artwork and ideas for something to make in response to it.

26 September
Gordon Smith and Colour Combinations

In his print, Special Green, 1967, Gordon Smith explores line and colour. If you look closely, you will see places where colours overlap and new colours are created. Using washi tape, play with the movement of lines and discover new colours as lines cross and layer. Design a set of postcards to send to family and friends.

Kit pick-ups from 20-26 September

Dive into your kit as soon as you get home, wait for Sunday, or save it for a rainy day—it’s up to you! When you have something to share, tag us at #OwensArtGallery and #MakeSomethingSunday and show us what you’ve made. Search these tags to see what others have made and watch our Instagram stories for highlights.

Make Something Sunday To Go introduces new materials and ways of working through informal, hands-on activities for kids 12 and under and their adults. Our kits are offered free of charge. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Sackville.

Make Something Sunday To Go kits will be available for pick-up from the Owens front desk on a first-come-first-served basis during regular open hours. Community masks are required to enter the gallery.

pARTicipate Arts and Nature Festival October 1 -3

October 1-3
To register, call the Gallery,
Don’t hesitate! Many are full!
See website for details.

Victorian Style Crazy Quilting
with Cat Candow
October 1-2 $60

Jewellery Workshop
with Trudy Gallagher
October 2 $35

Beginner Rughooking
with Mary Grant
October 1 $35

Intermediate Rughooking
with Mary Grant
October 2 $50

Waiting List Only
Carving with James Buxton
Eco Print a Silk Scarf  with Renata Britez
Huge Charcoal Drawing with Stephen Hutchings
Sip and Paint with Jennifer Stead

pARTicipate with Music 
October 2
at Second Wind Music Centre

To register, call 425-4999
or email 

Introduction to Ukulele 
with Peter McLaughlin

Concert/Sing a Long
with Peter and Friends
Gallery Hours

Tuesday by appointment
Wednesday 10:30 am – 5 pm
Thursday 12 – 8 pm
Friday 10:30 am – 5 pm
Saturday 10:30 am – 5 pm
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