The Greenfield Harvest Festival, produced annually as an outreach program of First Night ArtWorks!, will be held on October 21 from 11 am to 5 pm. This free community festival showcases music, art and kid's activities and features a community parade and a car show. Applications for food and craft vendors, car show entrants, community parade entrants and for sponsorships are available online now!
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Greenfield Cultural Arts Center is excited to announce the 3rd annual Día de Los Muertos Celebration at the arts center! This show celebrates the rich color and history of the Mexican holiday and will be an opportunity for the public to tour the arts center, meet local artists and purchase original pieces of art. Join us on November 2nd from 5pm to 8pm! We invite artists, schools and community members to create traditional, contemporary and experimental Day-of-the-Dead-inspired artwork and personal altars for installation at the Arts Center.
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First Night Monterey, Monterey County's premier New Year's Eve celebration of the arts is in its 26th year, and the event on New Year's Eve 2018 promises to be the best one yet! This year's theme is "Color Me Monterey!", and First Night is inviting visual and performing artists to submit their applications to be part of a family friendly, alcohol-free celebration ringing in 2019! We are seeking performances and art activities of all types!
First Night Monterey Executive Director Ellen Martin is being honored as a Luminary by the Arts Council for Monterey County at their Champions of the Arts Gala on February 3, 2018. Ellen is being honored for her work with First Night's outreach program ArtWorks! She is an accomplished arts administrator, creative director and event producer committed to making the arts more accessible to everyone in Monterey County.
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It would not be possible to present FNM without the support of hundreds of volunteers. First Night volunteers included teens, military personnel, retirees, service organizations and community members just like you! Volunteering with FNM is a great way for youth to fulfill their community service hours; artful activities are ongoing throughout the year.
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