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Carrefour Culturel activities featured in Missisquoi Museum’s Cornell Mill

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--June 2, 2011.

larger_carrefour_2_0.jpgThe Art Exhibits organized by the Carrefour Culturel of Stanbridge East have taken residence in the Paige Knight Gallery situated in the Cornell Mill site of the Missisquoi Museum. All through the season, from the end of May until mid-October, several talented artists will present their work to visitors of the Museum.

This summer, five artists will be featured, the first being Diana Dyer who will delight visitors with her watercolors illustrating bird life and natural scenery surrounding her Brome residence. Her work will be in the Gallery till June 25 after which Christiane Roy will present copper engravings until July 24. The others artists are Louise Guertin (watercolors and acrylic) until August 14, André van Melle (oil) until Sepember 11 and Louise Langevin (naïve and folk art) until October 10.

In addition to the art exhibits, the Carrefour Culturel’s schedule features other activities such as music concerts, the Village de Noël, etc. all through the year. For further information or the complete calendar of events, you may visit the website (www.carrefoursculturels.com).