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Arts makers invited to Town Hall meeting on new Community Art Center

Aug. 11, 2014 | Lucky Penny Productions

Event Rescheduled to Tuesday, September 30th at 6 p.m.
Construction is underway to remodel 7,200 feet of space on Industrial Way in Napa for the new Lucky Penny Community Art Center. Since the project launched in the spring of 2014, around $60,000 of the needed $225,000 has been raised to create this new affordable creation and gathering place for performing and visual arts. The target date for opening is October 1, 2014. 
The Community Art Center is envisioned as a place where creative people of all ages and artistic interests can learn/train, practice/rehearse, and present/perform. It will include space for music, dance, theatre, and all types of visual arts. 
On Tuesday, September 30th at 6:00 p.m., a Town Hall meeting for all interested arts organizations and individuals will be hosted in the Sato Family Building at 3299 Claremont Way, in the Community Conference Room, presented in partnership with Arts Council Napa Valley. The meeting will include a short presentation on the basic design of the space and an open discussion on how arts makers may put the space to use. Discussion of how to structure user fees and other topics will be included. 
More information on the Community Art Center can be seen at 
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