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The Suffield Arts Council has not hung a new art show in the Suffield Library in many months. The library is in transition, having moved to temporary quarters at 61 Ffyler Place, across the street from the CVS Plaza on Mountain Rd. Recent discussion had the Library moving to the Suffield Senior Center. That move has been put on hold. The opening date of the renovated Kent Memorial Library is not known at this time.

Fran Milliken is Gallery Coordinator working for the Suffield Arts Council. He recruits local artists to hang their work in the Library. Fran has done this since 2004, and been successful at hanging a new show every month. He encourages local artists to contact him to arrange for the display of their work. He can be reached at 860-668-7282.

Mr. Milliken’s own work has been on display in the Library since October due to scheduling difficulty with the gallery location. The Arts Council is pleased to announce a new display in the Gallery opening April 3.

A collection of photographs by Charlie Hall of Windsor Locks will be featured during April, from the 3rd through the 29th.

Mr. Hall’s work has received acclaim and won awards, most recently in shows in Agawam, Easton, and the Arts Center East in Vernon.

Charlie Hall is a disabled Viet Nam veteran. He has enjoyed exploring his world through a camera lens. Viewers will find seascapes, wildlife, and landscapes in this great show.

A reception for the exhibit, open to the public, is scheduled for Thursday evening, April 6, from 6 – 8 p.m.

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