Arts & Literature Event Details
Deborah Baronas Art Show

Featuring , a collaboration with the town of Warren, R.I. that looks at the history of the three textile mills that were its industrial base from 1800 until the 1950s, and , which focuses on the rise and decline of the shade tobacco industry in the Connecticut River Valley.

Mon, Mar 10, 2014 - Wed, Apr 30, 2014
Cost: $3-$5/donation

Wistariahurst Museum
238 Cabot St.
Holyoke, MA,
(413) 322-5660
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Legacy of Music, People and Place: Holyoke 1800-1950
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The museum seeks elders, community members, immigrants, descendants of earlier settlers, and travelers who can share stories or family anecdotes related to particular songs that were listened to, sung, played, danced to or otherwise enjoyed during a particular time. More information available at wistariahurst.org/legacy.
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A Genius for Place
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Landscape photographer Carol Betsch and author Robin Karson curate this examination of historical landscapes representing the chronological development of key movements in American landscape design.
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