The BVAA, in conjunction with the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra, is offering a fun night of art and music! The orchestra provides the music while the BVAA provides the art!
On Saturday, December 12th from 7:30-10pm the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra will be performing a show. The BVAA will have art up for patrons to enjoy before the show and during intermission.
Anne McNevin is organizing the art for this show. Deadline to submit your titles and sizes via the online form is Monday, December 7th. This gives Anne time to determine how many panels will be needed. There’s no fee to participate.
Drop-Off for the show will be Thursday, December 10th and Friday, December 11th from 5-7pm. Everything will then be set up Friday night so it’s ready to go for Saturday. Pick-up will be Sunday morning from 8-10am. If you can’t make that, email Anne to make other arrangements.
The music being performed on Sat the 12th will be themed along timeless classics like “Sleigh Ride,” “Stille Nacht,” a holiday sing-along, and a visit from Jolly ol’ St. Nick. We should aim to bring the best art in our libraries, to match the high quality of the performance. That being said, if you have two great pieces and one features a Christmas theme then that might be a perfect one to choose!
Here’s the official Claflin Hill page with all details on the concert –
To get to to Milford Town Hall, 52 Main Street from Millbury take 140 S for around 10 miles. Take a slight left on West Street, which becomes Exchange Street. Turn left onto Main Street/MA-16 for about 2 1/2 miles. It’s a tall white steepled building very hard to miss. There are parking lots on either side of the bldg. as well as street parking.
You may enter by the side entrance where the handicapped ramp is, go in via the ramp and basement entrance and use the elevator to go to the second floor. Anne will have signs up around the building indicating where these are.
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Claflin Hill Holiday Pops PDF
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