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Who will get the clay trophy?

MONSON – From the moment artists Juliet Bacchas and Linda Spelko began pressing on a ball of clay for consistency to when they add the finishing glaze on the spiral award presented to each winner of the Chamber Choice Awards program next week, it will be all about tying elements together, they said.
For the two proprietors of Juliet Rose Gallery and Studio in Monson begin with images common in New England and the Quaboag Valley, from maple leaves to church steeples. They then form a clay spiral that symbolizes the continuity of both the Quaboag Hills Chamber of Commerce (QHCC) and the volunteerism that supports the many towns in the region. And when they begin carving into the hardened base of the trophy, they often add elements unique to the individual or group being honored.  READ MORE

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Come enjoy the music of "The Three Bs," Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms. Reception with refreshments to follow. No tickets necessary. Free and open to public. Suggested donation of $10. ... See MoreSee Less

Michael-Thomas Gilman (benefit concert)

April 19, 2015, 3:00pm

Unitarian Universalist Parish of Monson

Michael-Thomas Gilman, a native of Monson, is a graduate of Yale University and has presented recita...

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Be filled with wonder as naturalist John Root presents a 90-minute slideshow on these highly complex designs that have been appearing annually with increasing sophistication. Admission is free. ... See MoreSee Less

The Majesty and Mystery of Crop Circles

April 18, 2015, 7:00pm

Unitarian Universalist Parish of Monson

The Majesty and Mystery of Crop Circles with Naturalist John Root A 90-minute slideshow presentatio...

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