Arts & Literature Event Details
Plants and Animals of the Connecticut River Valley

Artwork by Nicole Werth that explores the diversity of life in the Connecticut River Valley. Works look at native and non-native species.

Sun, Jun 2, 2013 - Sun, Jun 30, 2013
Time: 10 pm
Cost: Free

Great Falls Discovery Center
2 Ave. A
Turners Falls, MA,
(413) 863-2281
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12.12.14 - 03.15.15
Trash to Treasure: The River's Song Project Art Exhibit
Great Falls Discovery Center
As part of the River's Song Project, art work created from trash collected in the Connecticut River watershed will be exhibited at the Great Hall in the Discovery Center during April and May of 2015. To submit, send your name, email, phone, address, the title, medium, and size of the work, brief artist statement, and jpeg image not to exceed 2 MB to For more information, call the UMass Fine Arts Center Asian Arts and Culture Program at (413) 577-2486, or email Deadline March 15, 2015.
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