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Grafton Fine Arts Festival seeks participants on many levels

Grafton – Are you, or someone you know, looking for a way to donate your time or talents to a worthy cause? The seventh annual Grafton Fine Arts Festival is seeking participation on many levels in the 2013 festival. It will take place Saturday, March 23, 2013, showcasing artists from throughout the Blackstone Valley area, including the art of children. There will be a variety of ways to participate in the festival, beginning with planning and ending with making the festival happen, as well as, of course, entering your own best art, as well as that of your children.

This family friendly festival is a wonderful way to get involved with people who believe in promoting art appreciation, not only in youth, but in adults as well.

“I responded to a call for volunteers last year,” said one committee member. “As a newer resident of Grafton, it allowed me to meet people within the town. I also learned about the behind the scenes work which goes into presenting such a dynamic show.”

Contact the festival committee at graftonfineartsmusicfestival@gmail.com to join in. For general information about the 2013 Festival, go to www.graftonartsfestival.org or find them on Facebook.

The next meeting will take place Sunday, Jan. 6, starting at 4 p.m., in the Grafton Stop & Shop meeting space.

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