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Art Show

Artist Valerie Sanders, center left, visits with friends during the opening of a show featuring her watercolor paintingsArtist Valerie Sanders, center left, visits with friends during the opening of a show featuring her watercolor paintings.

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Reception to open art exhibit

A reception will kick off an art show at the Franklin County Arts Alliance’s Gallery On Main from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 6.

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Painting with Friends planned

The Franklin County Arts Alliance is planning a Snow Buddies Painting with Friends event Thursday, December 10.

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Mount Vernon Music to present online concert Monday

From the intricate demands of Baroque opera to the shimmering melodies of Rossini, the art of “beautiful singing,” or Bel Canto, demands mastery of technique and style.

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Women’s Art Force exhibit available

The Women’s Art Force exhibit is now available for viewing at the Gallery on Main. There are 37 pieces.

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Texas Guitar Quartet online concert Saturday

Mount Vernon Music will present an online concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 23.

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Miss Mount Vernon Pageants Saturday

The 52nd annual Miss Mount Vernon Scholarship Pageant has been re-scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, November 14 at the MVT Oasis Fellowship Church on FM 115, just south of I-30.

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Texann receives needed facelift

The cow statue named Texann recently received a facelift by volunteers with the Franklin County Arts Alliance.The cow statue named Texann recently received a facelift by volunteers with the Franklin County Arts Alliance.

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Fall Color concert

The performance was Trio in B flat by Ignaz Lachner and the Quintet in C minor by Hermann Goetz.Approximately 50 people bundled up for the chilly weather and brought lawn chairs to listen to Mount Vernon Music’s second outdoor concert of the 2020-21 season.

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