Free Art Drop in, Sunday July 13 and throughout the summer

AGB Open HouseFree OPEN STUDIO at the Art Gallery of Burlington
Family activities from 1-4 pm
Sundays July 13 & 27; August 3, 17 & 31

All Welcome!!

Do you care about the environment? The effect of human expansion and pollution on nature, wildlife and our climate are concerns for many people who live in Burlington.

We are proud of our beautiful city and want to ensure a healthy, prosperous future. What can you do? Join us to create art projects from recycled materials that bring awareness to issues of the environment. Art can be a valuable tool for sharing your concerns and you can have fun too.

Sponsored by downtown business Danyliw & Mann and the Art Gallery of Burlington.

Free Art Drop in, Sunday July 13 and throughout the summer
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