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‘Evening of the Arts’ will benefit Historic Kennett Square

2035Historic Kennett Square is pleased to announce “Evening of the Arts,” an art show and sale on Friday, April 4, from 5 to 8:30 p.m.

Located in the Genesis Healthcare Building  at 101 East State Street, this exhibition and sale featuring local and regional artists was created to increase public awareness of the arts and provide a venue for working artists. Live music, local wine and beer and a sampling of foods from local restaurants will be offered throughout the evening. All proceeds from the “Evening of the Arts” will benefit Historic Kennett Square. Donations will be accepted at the door.

The participating artists are Bill Basciani,  Ann Bellenger, Barbara Bugliani, Diane Cannon, Neilson Carlin,  Francine Dailey, Doris Davis-Glackin, Karen Delany, Favi Dubo, Dave Eldreth,  Rhoda Kahler, Monique Kendikian-Sarkessian, Wanda Kevis,  Carol Lesher, Mitch Lyons,  Jeremy McGirl,  Charlie Metzger, Victor Mordasov, Susan Myers, Carla Pastore, Mimi Peterson, Matthew Reinert, Francis Roosevelt, Jeff Schaller, Sandra Severson, Sandra Sigley, Stan Smokler, Sally Van Orden, Tim Vaughan, Deb Watson, and  Emily Wilkins.

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Tags: Ann Bellenger, Barbara Bugliani, Bill Basciani, Carla Pastore, Carol Lesher, Charlie Metzger, Dave Eldreth, Deb Watson, Diane Cannon, Doris Davis-Glackin, Emily Wilkins, Favi Dubo, Francine Dailey, Francis Roosevelt, Historic Kennett Square, Jeff Schaller, Jeremy McGirl, Karen Delany, Matthew Reinert, Mimi Peterson, Mitch Lyons, Monique Kendikian Sarkessian, Neilson Carlin, Rhoda Kahler, Sally Van Orden, Sandra Severson, Sandra Sigley, Stan Smokler, Susan Myers, Tim Vaughan, Victor Mordasov, Wanda Kevis

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