The members of the Lakeville Arts Council would like to wish all of our friends a Happy and Healthy 2015!

We would also like to take this opportunity to remind you of a few programs coming up in 2015. Check out the 6 Cultural Programs on
the Cultural Presentation Page and the dates for the Festival and "Made In Lakeville" on the Events Page! Plus read below for all the rules to participate in Chair-ish Your Library!!

Website last updated February 22, 2015
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Visit the Lakeville Public Library March Exhibit!
​March is the month of High School student art at the Great Ponds Gallery in the Lakeville Public Library at 4 Precinct Street in Lakeville. This year’s art is a joint effort featuring mixed media by students who attend Apponequet Regional High School and Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School. Visit the Gallery to be inspired by the art of youth!

There will be a reception held on Saturday, March 14 between 11am and 1pm to meet the students to discuss their art.

The free exhibit is open to the public December 2 through January 27. Thelibrary is open from noon-8PM Mondays; 10am to 8pm Tuesdays and Thursdays; 10am-6pm Wednesdays; and 10am-2pm Saturdays. It is closed Sundays and Fridays. Contact the Library Director at 508-947-9028 with questions.

Welcome to the website for the Lakeville Arts Council (LAC)
This site attempts to share with you our ongoing mission to encourage and support the arts as a vital part of our community. The Arts allow us to become who we can be.  Imagine the world without music, dance, literature or art.  The LAC strives to support all forms of art within our community so everyone can experience the arts in its many diverse forms.

The LAC accomplishes our mission through various programs, i.e.: the Cultural Presentation Series which occurs at the Lakeville Public Library, “Made In Lakeville” Holiday Craft and Gift Sale, Open Studio held periodically in late spring, and our major annual event in its elevnth year, the Lakeville Arts & Music Festival scheduled for Saturday, October 3. 

Be sure to check each page of this website to learn when and where 
each event will take place. Plus be sure to LIKE us on Facebook.

               Chair-ish Your Library-- 2015

The public is getting another chance to participate 
in a successful program from 2012: CHAIR-ISH 
Here’s the deal: The Lakeville Public Library is 
asking the community to locate a sturdy used chair 
in their home, or purchase a chair that they would 
like to decorate.  The chairs can be wooden, metal,
 plastic, canvas, or fabric. They can be straight chairs, stools, rocking chairs, folding chairs, desk chairs, upholstered chairs, children’s chairs, Adirondack or other outdoor chairs. The ONLY requirement is that the chair is sturdy so it can be sat on at the end of the project. 

Rules for this process: The chairs must be decorated with original art. They can be hand painted, spray painted, collaged, creatively upholstered, beaded, knitted, or whatever is original.  The chairs may feature everything from fabric and floral to college team emblems, sports themes or any design the participant can think of. Participants will be required to provide their own materials and will be expected to seal the paint on chairs that are for outdoor use.

The dates: An application is available on the Lakeville Library website at and inside the Library. The creative part of the event ends when the chairs are decorated, dry, and ready to be displayed. The drop off date is Monday, March 30 between noon and 8PM. (The library cannot store chairs until they are to be displayed.) The application will have more details.

This CHAIR-ISH YOUR LIBRARY exhibit will take place in the Great Ponds Gallery inside the Lakeville Public Library throughout the entire month of April. 

The exhibit will end with a reception and a Silent Auction on the evening of Tuesday, April 28 at the Lakeville Public Library.  The money collected via the Silent Auction will benefit the Lakeville Public Library’s technology and collections of books.
For questions, please contact the Gallery Arts Committee at

.Experience Tea With Friends 

“Tea With Friends” will be ninety minutes of                 sharing time between mothers & daughters,       grandmothers & grand daughters, friends                          and couples on Saturday, March 28 at                       11:00am. For thirty minutes Rita Parisi, a seasoned performer who will be in costume will provide the actual history of an afternoon tea in 1908 when there were no cell phones. Pre-registration is required ONLY by calling the Lakeville Library at 508.947.9028508.947.9028 ext 2.