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 September 24, 2016
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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 LAC strives to support all forms of art and culture within our community so everyone can experience its many diverse forms. The LAC accomplishes our mission through various FREE to the public 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 celebrated in its twelfth year, the Lakeville Arts & Music Festival. Visit the FESTIVAL PAGE for photos of the 2016 celebration to come on October 1! Be sure to check each page of this website to learn when and where each event will take place.








VISIT the Great Ponds Gallery at the Lakeville Public Library
Mark your calendar for the 12th annual Lakeville Arts & Music Festival to be held next Saturday, October 1st! 


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During the months of August and September, the Great Ponds Gallery in the Lakeville Public Library at 4Precinct Street in Lakeville will display an International Labor Poster Exhibit from the collection of Stephen Lewis of Malden. This exhibition has appeared in 45 Massachusetts libraries.  

​This free exhibit is open to the public from August 2 through September 28. The Lakeville Public Library is open from noon to 8 pm on Mondays; 10 am to 8 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays; 10 am to 6 pm on Wednesdays; and 10 am to 2 pm on Saturdays. It is closed Sundays and Fridays. For additional information please contact the library director at 508.947.9028.
Be sure to connect with the Festival on FACEBOOK!

Be sure you join us for a day of FREE EVENTS showcasing community and lots of entertainment...to include Tom Irving of Taunton with his "Folkaholic" style of music.
LEFT: Mary Poppins will float in for the day!   RIGHT: Don Hammontree, a singer/songwriter living in Salem who has been playing his eclectic brand of acoustic rock in New England for more than 15 years. 
LEFT: Malik Haddadi is a full time comedic magician with over 25 years of experience.  Mr. Haddadi’s unique blend of magic, and clean comedy makes him a sought after performer for young and old alike. 
CHECK OUT THE FESTIVAL PAGE FOR more  INFORMATION!!!
There will be a day long program about King Philip`s 
War. Two members of Berkley’s South Coast Historical 
Associates will discuss the origins, tactics & strategies 
of both sides of this conflict in Early American History.  
Material culture items, weapons, clothing and maps of  this time period will be on display to help the audience to understand what it must have felt like to live in this time period in this area.