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Duck Pond Gallery

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Openings are the First Saturday of the month from 4-7pm

  Not all shows have an opening reception.  Check beforehand.


The gallery is located downstairs in the Hasbrouck Room and is open during normal Library hours.  Each month features a different local artist or group, with schedules made at least one year in advance.  Individuals interested in showing at the Duck Pond should contact volunteer curator, Claudia Engel claudiaengel@hvc.rr.com.


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