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Adair Arts Council update and an invitation

By Anne Bird

As Covid is ramping up and as a new school year is starting for many, organizations that were hoping to get back in gear are already deciding that everyone's health is at the top of "what do we do next list" and meetings and events are being put on hold (again).

Since the Adair County Arts Council has been on hiatus for the last couple of months and the earth has still not righted itself on a healthy axis, our thoughts are for everyone to stay healthy and safe.

Think of how you have, and moving forward will share/mentor your(the) skills, that have brought you to the Art world and the Adair County Arts Council.

If we don't share our knowledge, we will find the future does not have many of the variety of Arts that have been a part of our lives.

Send your thoughts and an image of what you have been working on during the pandemic to and we will share your ideas and post your image on the website

This story was posted on 2021-10-01 22:38:53
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