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Duck Pond Gallery

 Duck Pond Gallery

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

  Not all shows have an opening reception.  Check beforehand.

Now Showing




Watercolor, Annual Group Show

October 3-31

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

Upcoming Gallery Shows

 November 7-28

Underwater Photography
Opening Reception November 7, 4-7

 December 5-26

“Small Works for Christmas/Holiday Giving”
Assorted Local Artists and Artisians

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