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The Lakeville Arts Council members have announced the award of 14 grants totaling $4,743 for cultural programs in Lakeville/Middleboro areas. The grants were awarded from a pool of funds distributed to Lakeville by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency that supports public programs and educational activities in the arts, sciences and humanities.  The grants listed below are 7 not on the Cultural Presentation page Check out that PAGE for the other 7!
The LAC sells the following 2012 postcards at the Lakeville Town Offices, 346 Bedford Street; M-Th 8am- 5pm; Fri 8am-noon; and Somethin's Brewin' Book Cafe, 241 Main St.; M-F 6:30am-4pm;             Sat 8am-3pm; Sun 8am-2pm. The sales of these items help to support the ongoing works of the LAC. 
Lakeville Postcards: 6 for $5.00
The Bumblebee and the Rose/GOING NATIVE
Tuesday, March 21 - 6PM-- ALL ages - at the Library 
​A program about planting and preserving our native species in our gardens.

Theatre One’s – The Country House by Donald Margulies
March 10, 11, 17, 18 @ 7:30PM/ March 12 & 19 @ 2PM- Alley Theatre/Middleboro
Students & Seniors: $18/ General admission: $20

The Singing Trooper
CHANGED TO:Tuesday, March 21, NOON-- All ages - at Loon Pond Lodge
​Sgt. Daniel Clark will sing!! Call Senior Center for info:508-947-7224. 

Pine Fest: A Pine Barren’s Multicultural Celebration
Saturday, May 20  - at Myles Standish State Forest
Fourth annual event to highlight cultural diversity, natural beauty and the historic significance of the pine barrens of SE Massachusetts.

Harvest Fair & Joe Davies Festival
September – DATE &TIME TO COME - at Soule Homestead
26th annual celebration of music and more!

Mayflower Camerata Vocal Ensemble/Handels Messiah
November 3 Performance at Sts. Martha & Mary, Lakeville
November 5 Performance at Central Congregational Church, Middleboro

Mass Audubon at Betty’s Neck Annual Celebration
Monday, October 9 - TIMES TO COME -- All ages - at Betty’s Neck
​Two nature walks led by Mass Audubon leader to discuss and view birdlife, forest, habit and more.  

​For questions email us at: ​Lakeville.Arts.Council@hotmail.com.