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The Frame Up is donating sales to the Ministerial Alliance

This painting by Bill Anton is just one of many that are included in this special offer during the month of December.This painting by Bill Anton is just one of many that are included in this special offer during the month of December. The Frame Up Fine Arts Gallery is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of specially marked items to the Franklin County Ministerial Alliance.

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Gingerbread tea, book review set

A Gingerbread Tea and Book Review, along with cookie decorating and story telling have been set for Saturday, December 20 at the Cultural Arts Center and Old Jail Art Museum.

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Enjoy encores, concert favorites Nov. 22

Experience the story of Paul Hindemith’s most famous piece for viola at the Mount Vernon Music Hall at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 22.

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Art opening

David and Charlotte Chaney, at right, and Christian Galloway, center, discuss pieces exhibited in the Kozy Quilt and Kitchen Art exhibitDavid and Charlotte Chaney, at right, and Christian Galloway, center, discuss pieces exhibited in the Kozy Quilt and Kitchen Art exhibit at the Cultural Arts Center.

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Arts Alliance is looking for quilts

The Franklin County Arts Alliance is looking for quilts, and or artwork featuring kitchen gadgets, food, etc. for their upcoming Cozy Quilts and Kitchen Art exhibit.

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Best in Category awarded

Sue Barker’s photo of her granddaughter, Lucile McClard,Sue Barker’s photo of her granddaughter, Lucile McClard, was awarded the Best in Category at the Northeast Texas Community College’s photography exhibit at the Whatley Center on Tuesday, November 11.

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Fun at Wine in the Pines

Gail Reed joke with one of the 22 wine vendors at the fifth annual Wine in the Pines event.The fifth annual Wine in the Pines event was termed a success by vendors, merchants, organizers and visitors alike. There were more than 1,400 people attending the paid wine tasting portion of the festival.

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Reception to open Cozy Quilts exhibit

A reception to open the Cozy Quilts and Kitchen Art exhibit at the Cultural Arts Center will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, November 21. Admission will be canned goods to be donated to the Community Food Bank of Franklin County.

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Art Sp-ah!

Kathy Rachal directed the Franklin County Arts Alliance Art Spa-ahh! on Saturday October 18 at the Cultural Arts Center.Kathy Rachal directed the Franklin County Arts Alliance Art Spa-ahh! on Saturday October 18 at the Cultural Arts Center. Doylene Douglas, Sherelyn Roberson, Amy Miles, Michelle Chitsey, and Kelly Green participated in the event.