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The Daily Dispatch

A Guide for Newcomers

2013-2014

Come on out and support the arts Support for the arts in the TriCounty area is strengthened by the efforts of local arts councils, societies and associations.

for exceptional children; an annual Youth Art Show, which any student in Vance County can enter and compete for prizes; “Holiday on Vance Square,” the arts council’s annual Christmas Vance County Arts Council show held on the first Thursday Vance County has a long in December; an annual Black tradition of support for all areas Histor y Month program; and of the cultural arts. The Vance special arts programs for the County Arts Council ser ves as an Hispanic community. advocate for all the arts, artists The council opened an art and arts organizations in the area. galler y in downtown Henderson Through partnerships with in October 2010 to provide a other arts organizations, the place to showcase the work of arts council co-sponsors a local artists. Located at 233 S. variety of events and programs, Garnett St. in the Rosemyer Corp. including the Imagination Art building, the galler y is open Station, a summer arts program; on weekends and showcases A Ver y Special Art, a program the work of a different artist

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each month. The arts council also hopes to offer classes and educational programs at the galler y in the near future. The arts council is also the local distributing agency for grass-roots funds from the N.C. Arts Council. The council distributes state monies to local organizations for arts activities. With these funds, as well as local government support, membership fees and fund-raising proceeds, the council sponsors and co-sponsors arts activities in the schools and the community. For more information on the arts council, contact Alice Clark Sallins at (252) 767-4579 or e-mail her at alicevc2002@yahoo.com.

Granville Little Theatre Theatre has been a part of Granville County for more than 60 years with notations about locally produced plays appearing in newspaper archives from the 1930s. Granville Little Theatre, a completely volunteer community theatre, was organized officially through the efforts of the Granville Arts Council in the spring of 1978. In its first year of existence in 1979, four full-length plays were produced. The theater group produces four to five productions each year. For more information on upcoming productions, go to granvillelittletheatre.com. 

Newcomers 2013-2014: The Daily Dispatch: October 27, 2013  

New to Henderson, Oxford and Warrenton? Visiting Vance, Granville and Warren counties? The Daily Dispatch's Newcomers Guide has all of the i...

Newcomers 2013-2014: The Daily Dispatch: October 27, 2013  

New to Henderson, Oxford and Warrenton? Visiting Vance, Granville and Warren counties? The Daily Dispatch's Newcomers Guide has all of the i...

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