North East Arts Council newsletter

February 2012 Art Post

Mother Nature has been kind to North East so far and check out what we have to get you through the next two months.

January 2012 Art Post

Did you get your Winter/Spring Class Schedule in The North East News Journal last week?  If not, stop by the Chamber for a copy or send us an email at neartscouncil@yahoo.com and we’ll email or send you your own copy. Let us know which. There have been a few changes – please note below.

December 2011 Art Post

Happy New Year – and we hope your 2012 is creative and full of new artistic sights, sounds and such for all your senses. Check out busy January below.

November 2011 Art Post

Friday is Art Night in North East in November … and Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays are pretty busy as well!

OPEN STUDIO returns to the Cultural Center THIS FRIDAY NIGHT, November 11, from 7-9. Bring your own materials or crafts and create your art in the company of others. It’s our version of (free) Friday Night Lights!

September 2011

Winefest is only a week away. Thank you to those who have volunteered to pour wine for NEAC or McCord Library or DNE. All of these organizations depend on the donations made by the wineries as a result of our volunteer hours and we sincerely appreciate your help.

June 2011

Welcome to our new (and returning) NEAC members. If you missed the Set the Sun kick off and haven’t sent in your 2011-12 membership dues, now is the time to renew. Our membership year runs from July 1 – June 30 and once you’re on that cycle, it’s easy for us to keep track of you!  Dues are $20 for singles, $30 for families and $40 for businesses.

February 2011

Get out your calendar and grab a friend because there is much happening besides spring! These next few months are busy times for the arts in North East. This Sunday, March 14, the annual (free) St. Patrick’s Day Concert takes place at 2:00 p.m. (doors open at 1:30 p.m.) at St. Mary’s Chapel on the campus of Mercyhurst North East. A broad range of performers from the Lake Erie Sound, Irish Step Dancers, to the Rev.

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