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Art of the New England Coast

Date/Time

Apr 5, 2014 to Apr 6, 2014
10:00 AM

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Description

The Art of the New England Coast features over 60 Seacoast artists exhibiting and selling their works to benefit the Great Bay Discovery Center and the Great Bay Reserve. 

In addition to the fine art, jewelry, decoys and crafts there will be a raffle of art works and other items. 

The show is free and opens with a public artists' reception on April 4 at 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 

Sponsored by the Great Bay Stewards and local businesses.

Cost

Free

Location

View map Great Bay Discovery Center
89 Depot Road
Off Route 33
Greenland, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Great Bay Stewards

Phone

(603) 778-0015

Contact name

Kelle Loughlin

Contact email

Kelle.loughlin@wildlife.nh.gov

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