Thursday’s Doors ~ Delaware Cultural Arts Center

THE DOOR TO HISTORY AND CULTURE! THEY HAVE FOLK DANCING THERE, TOO????

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This is a pen and ink drawing,

I made for an AAUW historical

homes tour which was held in

1990. The tickets costs were

donated to a girls science and math

camp called, “Be Wise.”

This building was featured

on a post where the Spring scene,

doors and windows are displayed.

It was built by the founder of

Blue Limestone Quarry,

in 1854. It is representative of the

Romanesque Revival style.

It is a perfect place for a small

reception, party or gathering.

This is a non-profit arts center,

featuring a location for all the

arts of music, dance, painting,

ceramics and storytelling.

Healthy mind and body

programs are offered

such as yoga, journaling

and bereavement classes.

Performances and

Reenactments

along with

rotating

exhibits,

held in the

Main Floor

Gallery.

Sign up now, for Children’s
Summer Art Lessons,
along with Art Camp
programs.
Also, come see the
Artists’ Guild Show,

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Mr. Caswell has been composing poetry at least since High School. He has been on WORD PRESS for ten years and contributes to two other blogs beside this one. This blog has a Christian emphasis but all bloggers are welcome. Mr. Caswell chooses to---with permission--re[post material of interest

1 thought on “Thursday’s Doors ~ Delaware Cultural Arts Center

  1. Jonathan Caswell Post author

    In Binghamton, NY, where I grew up…they had folk dance at the Roberson Center…the local history museum…and at the Community Center down the street. I often attended both.

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