Harford County Center for the Arts Invites Harford County Residents to Community Meetings

Area residents can get updates and share input on program and construction plans at one of three upcoming meetings.
Area residents can get updates and share input on program and construction plans at one of three upcoming meetings.

 

[Bel Air, MD] March 24, 2015— The Harford County Center for the Arts (CFA) invites local residents, business partners and other interested organizations to provide input and get updates on program and construction plans at one of its upcoming community planning meetings:

 

  • Wednesday, April 29 – Havre de Grace High School Media Center, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, April 30 – Abingdon Public Library, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, May 5 – The John Carroll High School Brown Room, 5:00-7:00 pm.

 

According to Center for the Arts CEO Kathy Smith, the community meetings are intended to provide updates on upcoming events and fundraisers, share performance space options and seek feedback and community input.

 

Smith says, “Establishing a consistent line of communication with the community is a crucial part of our quest to build a physical home for the Arts in Harford County.  These meetings will allow CFA to give important information about our progress, while also hearing from our members, supporters and other interested parties about their goals, concerns and wishes for the CFA. We invite all area residents to take part in these important dialogues.”

 

                                                                                 

About the Center for the Arts (www.harfordcfa.org)-Founded in 2005, the Center for the Arts is a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a permanent site for performance, display, and education in the arts in Harford County, Maryland.  The mission of the Center for the Arts is to nurture art and artists, and positively impact the community at large by providing a broad range of experiences in music, dance, theater, visual and literary arts.

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