Jamestown Arts Center Sets Sights On Busy 2017


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N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Jamestown Arts Center is an educational and entertaining hub for the community and they have set their sights on another full year in 2017.

The non-profit organization spent 2016 focusing on their arts classes and finishing the Arts Park, with a sculpture created by Owen Fritts. Jamestown Arts Center Executive Director Cyndi Wish says they’ll hope to have the entire park finished by the end of the summer.

Wish pointed out that they will continue to bring in new exhibits monthly for the public to view freely. She also stated that there will be many classes for adults and kids alike.

The Arts Center will also be holding their many galas, wine & cheese events and community theater over the course of the year. You can find more on their website at jamestownarts.com.

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