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We're heading into the holiday season and there are lots of happenings at BCAC.

   The 48th Annual Fine Arts Show is up and running. All award work is on display and will be available for viewing through mid-December. If you haven't seen the show yet, come by during ArtWalk this week on Thursday, November 8, 6-9pm. The gallery will be open for visitors. Normal gallery hours are Tues-Fri 9am-4pm.

   BCTMA (Beaufort County Traditional Music Association) has a busy month planned. See the information below, beginning with the Tar Landing Jam this weekend!

   Our Holiday Arts & Craft Show will be November 30 and December 1. We still have a few spaces in the mezzanine for any artisans that may be interested.

   BCAC will be presenting the annual Holiday Homes Tour for 2012 on December 1. BCAC is grateful to be the beneficiary this year! There will be a meeting at BCAC on Thursday, November 8 at 11am for volunteers who can help the day of the tour. We are looking for docents and more!

   Make sure you make time to enjoy the arts in our community!

Save The Date!

December 9    Beaufort County Community Christmas Concert
First Christian Church, Washington

December 14    Annual HeART of the City Christmas Concert
Featuring the Beaufort County Choral Society and the River City Ringers
Washington Civic Center

January 12    BCAC 40th Anniversary Gala
7-9pm Washington Civic Center
Help us wind up our 40th anniversary year with dessert and champagne, entertainment, and the opening of the Irene Glover Forbes retrospective exhibit. More details to come.

February 7 ArtWalk
7-9pm    Downtown Washington

March 2    Inaugural Pamlico Writers Conference & Competition
Details to come soon on our website.

Call or email BCAC for more information about these and other upcoming events!

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