November – December 31, 2015– ENTWINED: an Exhibit of Anita Heckman’s Monotypes

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November – December 31, 2015

AT: Felton Public Library

6299 Gushee, Felton, CA

Exhibit HOURS: Tuesday & Wednesday 1:00-6:00 pm; Thursday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm, Friday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm; Saturday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Closed Sunday and Monday. 
The Library is a lovely little building, formerly a church, with arched windows and a high, stamped metal ceiling. Go by and take a look at the art, check out some books, and take a hike in Fall Creek State park just up the road.
     As many of you know, I have worked at the Resource Center for Nonviolence since 1981. And, as usual, I’ve been working many hours there– so many that I didn’t send this announcement until now, and the show has been up for quite awhile! Speaking of RCNV, I encourage you to see another exhibit I’ve coordinated: Enduring Power: The Middle Eastern & Iranian Woman’s Story, 43 photos by/of women from Yemen, Egypt, Bahrain, Iran and Kuwait.
   My husband Jack continues to advocate for climate change awareness and action. Our daughter Linnea is in her third year at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, CA. Today, November 15, she is in Austin, TX for an interview for next summer’s internship. She already has a few possibilities to choose from. We’re looking forward to seeing her at Winter break.
    Let me know if you’d like me to join you in a visit to see the Felton Library show, followed by a walk in Fall Creek! 831.429.6149
DIRECTIONS: Take Graham Hill Road to Felton. At the stoplight at Hwy. 9, go straight onto Felton Empire Rd. Just a bit past the intersection, turn left and park on Gushee. You’ll see the white library on the hillside corner of Gushee and Felton Empire. Park on Gushee.
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