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  Lakeville Arts Council strives to support all forms of art within our community so everyone can experience the arts in it's many diverse forms.



Website last updated July 20, 2014

Visit the Lakeville Public
Library for the Current Exhibit!
“100th Anniversary Celebrated”

The Great Ponds Gallery in the Lakeville Public Library at 4 Precinct Street in Lakeville will be host to the 100th Anniversary Celebration of the historic Lakeville Library. The exhibit sponsored by the Lakeville Historical Commission will focus on the decades leading up to the centennial. Items from the library’s, commission’s and the Lakeville Historical Society’s collections will be on display for the month.

This free exhibit is open to the public July 1 through July 28. The Lakeville Public Library is open from noon to 8 pm on Mondays; 10 am to 8pm 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.

Everyone brought a folding chair or a blanket and a friend or two for a FREE evening of musical entertainment on "Center Stage" this past Saturday evening between 6 and 8pm. 

Sponsored by the Lakeville Arts Council  Zero Clockwise, a blues rock band formed in the fall of 2013 by a group of diverse musicians looking for an alternative to the typical bar band played for 2 hours and though no one got up to dance as the band had hoped, everyone thoroughly enjoyed the evening!

A  new as a group, the members; Jerry Gamache, bassist; Jay Goldbach, guitar; Ray Issacs, drums; and Denn Crowley, guitar have played in other bands which give them the broad range of experience from which to draw. We heard influences from old-school blues to funk, from folk to rock and the classics in between and you are likely to hear something familiar as well as something new.

Somethin’s Brewin’ Book Café, was open to support the community event. Everyone was able to enjoy a hot or cold cup of something with a treat such as home made humas and pita chips as we relaxed to listen to the harmonies of Zero Clockwise for a music filled summer Saturday evening in Lakeville.

And it was FABULOUS!

"Center Stage" FREE Concert !