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Celebrating art this month at the Phelps Community Historical Society

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This month, the Phelps Community Historical Society is hosting a vibrant series of art exhibitions and cultural events, offering the community an array of experiences that celebrate diversity, history, and the creative spirit. The month kicks off with the dual exhibitions “Diamonds of the Sun” and “Through Our Own Lens,” both running through April 13, showcasing solar-themed artworks and the art of neurodiversity, respectively.


Mid-April will see the “Midlakes Student Art Exhibit,” from 18th to the 21st, with a special reception on April 20th. Additionally, Sharon Locke’s art installation and the “Either/Or/And” exhibit, highlighting artists who navigate multiple art worlds, will run from April 26 through May 18.

Educational and interactive, the month also features a Needle Felt Painting Workshop on April 27th, an art reception, and a unique presentation by Dr. Ron Grube on April 25th, detailing a historical journey with the Phelps boys from the 8th New York Volunteer Cavalry during 1861-1863. The events culminate with a music performance by Midlakes students on April 18, ensuring a rich cultural experience for all attendees.