Taste of the Arts in Cedar Grove

The Cedar Grove Education Foundation is excited to host a Taste of the Arts in Cedar Grove, a community Art Show on Thursday, March 15 from 4p-8p in the Cedar Grove High School cafeteria.  The exhibit will showcase the artwork of both the students and the adult residents of the Cedar Grove community. We encourage artists to submit paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, pottery and artistic baking. There will also be a silent auction and performances by the CGHS Choir and Band. Forms for artists interested in showing their work can be found on the district website under the Friday Folder (cedargrove.k12.nj.us). We invite everyone to come out and support the arts!  Admission at the door is $5 for adults and $3 for seniors/students.  Dessert and coffee/tea will be provided.  Please email cgeducationfoundation@gmail.com if you would like more information.

The Cedar Grove Education Foundation is a non-profit community organization, independent of the Cedar Grove Board of Education. We are excited to get back to fulfilling the goals of our founders, providing support for education in our schools and community. Please check out our new Facebook page for more information.  Anyone interested in getting involved with Taste of the Arts in Cedar Grove, or any of our other upcoming projects and events, please contact us at the email above. We hope you can join us in celebrating the talented artists in our community.

 

Thu, March 15
4:00 pm — 8:00 pm
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The Cedar Grove Education Foundation is excited to host a Taste of the Arts in Cedar Grove, a community Art Show on Thursday, March 15 from 4p-8p in the Cedar Grove High School cafeteria. The exhibit will showcase the artwork of both the students and the adult residents of the Cedar Grove community. We encourage artists to submit paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, pottery and artistic ...

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