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Call to Westwood Artist to join local cooperative artist guild.
Come with your family and friends to Powisset Farm on Saturday, May 19th from 10:00AM - 3:00PM as they kick off our 2012 farming season with their SPRING FESTIVAL.
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The Potters Place Show and Sale is more than just a pottery sale, it's an opportunity to purchase art directly from the clay artist in the place where it was created.
The Westwood Cultural Council hosts a Community Input Meeting at the Fisher School this Thursday from 7-8 p.m.
The Dedham Public Art Project is a accepting applications from local artists until March 1.
A look at where you can find fresh farm food once the cold sets in for winter.
Dedham Square Artist Guild hosts Jewelry Trunk Show by Westwood’s Melanie Guerra this Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m.
On Nov. 26, please shop small at your favorite local stores in Westwood and surrounding areas, and help fuel the economy.
Four Westwood artists sell their work this weekend at Potters Place. You can meet them and the other 19 member potters at the artist reception, open to the public, this Friday evening.
Want to support local artists from Westwood? Now you can, just head over to the Dedham Square Artist Guild.
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