EXCITING NEWS FOR THE MCA
The MCA is thrilled to announce that we were selected as one of nine VT community projects to receive a reward from the VT Preservation Trust Paul Bruhn Grant.
"The Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grants, named for PTV’s founding President, Paul Bruhn, was created in partnership with Senator Leahy and the National Park Service to help rural communities throughout the country."
We were awarded $50,000 to address exterior repairs, stripping, and repainting the building. This is an incredible opportunity to finance a much needed restoration for this wonderful building that is such a beacon of our Main Street.
Stay tuned for more information and updates as this exciting project gets underway!!!
Find the official press release at https://ptvermont.org/bruhngrants2021/
The Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grant Program is administered by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior.
The Montgomery Center for the Arts is slowly opening back up!
With Vermont's re-opening, we are gradually starting to schedule classes and workshops again. If you are interested in hosting a class, attending a workshop, renting the space for a private project, or volunteering for the MCA, we are always looking for participants. Click on the UPCOMING page on our website to view scheduled classes and events. We look forward to having our doors open and our hall occupied once again!
The Board of Directors and Volunteers of the MCA
EVENTS & CLASSES TO LOOK FORWARD TO...
Personal Symbolism in Art & Henna Design. Saturday, September 18th. Limited enrollment.
Plein Air Workshop. Saturday, September 25th. Limited enrollment. Details coming soon.
Gallery Show "Drewvid 19" featuring the work of Drew Lalonde. Opens August 28th.
Click HERE for more information.
The Montgomery Center for the Arts is located in the historic Kelton Hall, situated at the top of Main Street in Montgomery Center, VT. The diverse board of local, volunteer members collaborates with the community to provide a culturally rich and welcoming Center that supports the Arts, Wellness, and Community, as well as the preservation of the iconic building.
The Montgomery Center for the Arts is dedicated to enhancing the vitality of life in our local regional communities by providing a venue for a diversity of educational, cultural, artistic, and social experiences.
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