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Cromer, Taylor exhibits in Longview

Local area artists Susanne Cromer and Ellie Taylor are among the artists being featured at the Artists in East Texas exhibit at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts.

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Colorful treasures

Colorful treasuresColorful jewelry was on display at a booth set up by Karen Becton of Mount Pleasant during Saturday’s Farmer’s Market. Thirteen vendors set up around the downtown plaza offering a variety of items including fruits, vegetables, plants, and craft items. The market is open each Saturday from 7:30 a.m. until sell out.

Levitation

LevetationMagician Daryl Miller shows the crowd his ever so popular levitation act during the library’s Summer Enrichment program on Thursday, July 9. The volunteer participating in his act is Jasmine Gutierrez.

Singing up a storm

Singing up a stormThe entertainers at the second in a series of concerts on the plaza literally sang up a storm on Thursday, July 16 with a weather front blowing into town during the event.  Mayor J. D. Baumgardner not only lent a hand by keeping a speaker from blowing over, he also sang along with Fred Randles and Dana Ladd as they sang “America.”

Romines set to explain tessellations

Marsha Romines will provide an explanation of what tessellations are next week at the Franklin County Library Monday, July 20. The two sessions will be directed to two different age groups.

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Escher art last series featured at library

The art work of Maurits Cornelis Escher is being featured at the Franklin County Library through Friday, July 24. The banner reproductions are the sixth and final in the series being featured at the library.

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Seurat art being featured at library

The art work of Georges Seurat is being featured at the Franklin County Library through Friday, July 17. The banner reproductions are the fifth in a series of six artists being featured at the library.For more information, see the July 16 edition of the Optic-Herald.

Rhythm

RhythmStudents attending the Franklin County Library’s Summer Reading program made rhythm sticks with chop sticks in last week’s reading session. They listened to several songs and kept with the beat in each.

Children’s art workshop underway

Audrey Norman will be teaching the 2009 Summer Art Workshop for Children this week, July 15-17. The Franklin County Arts Alliance is sponsoring an arts workshop from 9 a.m. to noon in the Cultural Arts Center on Rusk Street.See the July 16 edition of the Optic-Herald for more information.