Harpenden Arts Club staging annual exhibition

PUBLISHED: 09:47 07 November 2013 | UPDATED: 09:47 07 November 2013

- A photograph taken at the opening of last year's Exhibition which was opened by last year's Mayor, Councillor Mrs. Nicola Linacre with last year's Harpenden Arts Club Chairman, Hazel Green.

- A photograph taken at the opening of last year's Exhibition which was opened by last year's Mayor, Councillor Mrs. Nicola Linacre with last year's Harpenden Arts Club Chairman, Hazel Green.

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Harpenden Arts club is holding its 55th annual exhibition in the Public Halls from next Friday, November 15, to Sunday, November 17.

Admission is free to the exhibition which will feature a large number of pictures in a wide range of media. There will be an opportunity to vote in The Best in Show competition. Opening times are from 10am to 6pm on Friday and Saturday and from 10am until 4pm on Sunday.

Harpenden Arts Club meets from 7.30pm to 9.30pm on most Thursday evenings from September until June. This season’s programme includes presentations, slide lectures, workshops, demonstrations and visits to Apsley Paper Mill and Oxford. There is outdoor sketching in the summer.

Members also have an opportunity to submit work in the annual exhibition. Anyone interested in further information should contact the membership secretary on 01582 793174, go to the website www.harpendenartsclub.weebly.com or come along to a meeting.


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