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Love art? No Vacancy wants you for Moonglade Sept. 16

moonglade 2Love Art? No Vacancy is looking for passionate volunteers to assist with staging Moonglade Sept. 16. The event is a one-night extravaganza of contemporary art, music and food in Brock Park, behind the Art Gallery of Burlington. Moonglade runs 7 pm to midnight. Volunteers will assist with crowds, artists needs, music, set up, tear down and more. Plus, you get a cool T-shirt!

If interested contact: steve@novacancyart.com

More details about No Vacancy and Moonglade are here: No Vacancy

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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