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Art exhibit scheduled at TRH on St. Patrick's Day

From Mary Anne Loy

March is Youth Art Month and student works will be welcomed at an Art exhibit of Adair County K-12 + homeschool students on St. Patricks Day, Thursday, March 17, 2022. The event will run from 3-5:30pmCT at the Trabue Russell House in Columbia.

Artists and friends of the arts and of the Trabue Russell House, will be present. Artist and retired ACHS Art Director Henrietta Scott will be there.

The event is open to public, free.




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Art show this afternoon at Trabue Russell House



2022-03-17 - Columbia, KY .
Mary Anne Loy and Mayor Pam Hoots remind everyone that the student art show will begin at 3pmCT this afternoon, Thursday, March 17, 2022, at the Trabue Russell House on Jamestown Street in Columbia.

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