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Dates announced for photography show in Marlborough

Marlborough – The Friends of the Marlborough Public Library will be holding the 2013 Friends Annual Photography Show from Monday, Feb. 4, through Sunday, Feb. 10, in the Marlborough Public Library's Bigelow Auditorium, 35 West Main St., Marlborough.? All interested area photographers are invited to enter.

Entry forms are available at area libraries or online to the Assabet Valley Camera Club's (AVCC) website, www.assabetvalleycameraclub.org, or mpl-friends.org. For further information, call ?978-562 7241, 508-329-1119 or 413-648-9663 or email avccphoto@comcast.net, jbnims@aol.com or rajohnson736@gmail.com.? There is an $8 entry fee for one or two works.

The public may view a gallery of the submissions. The gallery hours will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 12 to 8 p.m; Monday, Friday and Saturday, 12 ?to 5 p.m; and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m.

The public is invited to attend a reception and open house ?Monday, Feb. 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the library's Bigelow Auditorium.? An awards presentation ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served; music will be provided by Kim Ward, pianist.

This is the 18th year of collaboration between the Friends and the AVCC for this show.? Those interested in working on the show may call 508-485-4204 or 413-648-9663.

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