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Art Saves Lives 2016

by Nancy Farrell
May 12, 2016

You are invited to attend the 2016 Art Saves Lives Exhibition on Thursday, May 19th, 4-8pm at Holliston High School.

The 2016 Art Saves Lives Exhibition is on Thursday, May 19th, 4-8pm at Holliston High School.

Please come and enjoy the art and music created by our many talented high school student artists. It's a favorite annual springtime event that showcases original paintings, drawings, sculptures and more by student artists featuring live musical performances by students. Refreshments will be served.

This year's Art Saves Lives will be dedicated to fundraising to support research for ALS and breast cancer. Please come support these worthy causes and experience the young talent in our community.

 

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