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Molly Little WINTER FILM SERIES
2018 Molly Little Winter Art Film Series - How To Look At and Understand Great Art, Pt. 2January 23rd - March 6th - Free and Open to the PublicTuesdays 11a.m. to 12 NoonPresented by The Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries. January 23: Sculpture - Salt Cellars to Monuments; Development of Painting - Tempera and Oils.January 30: Color – Modern Paintings - Acrylics and Assemblages; Subject Matters.February 6: Signs - Symbols, Icons and Indexes in Art; Portraits - How Artists See Others.February 13: Self Portraits - How Artists See Themselves; Landscapes - Art of the Great Outdoors.February 27: Putting It All Together; Early Renaissance - Humanism Emergent.March 6: Northern Renaissance - Devil in the Details; High Renaissance - Humanism Perfected. Snow Dates: March 13 and 20 This film series course is produced by The Great Courses and is taught by Professor Sharon Latchaw Hirsh of Rosemont College.

When: Jan 23, 2018 11am in Dartmouth, MA
Molly Little WINTER FILM SERIES
2018 Molly Little Winter Art Film Series - How To Look At and Understand Great Art, Pt. 2January 23rd - March 6th - Free and Open to the PublicTuesdays 11a.m. to 12 NoonPresented by The Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries. January 23: Sculpture - Salt Cellars to Monuments; Development of Painting - Tempera and Oils.January 30: Color – Modern Paintings - Acrylics and Assemblages; Subject Matters.February 6: Signs - Symbols, Icons and Indexes in Art; Portraits - How Artists See Others.February 13: Self Portraits - How Artists See Themselves; Landscapes - Art of the Great Outdoors.February 27: Putting It All Together; Early Renaissance - Humanism Emergent.March 6: Northern Renaissance - Devil in the Details; High Renaissance - Humanism Perfected. Snow Dates: March 13 and 20 This film series course is produced by The Great Courses and is taught by Professor Sharon Latchaw Hirsh of Rosemont College.

When: Jan 30, 2018 11am in Dartmouth, MA
Molly Little WINTER FILM SERIES
2018 Molly Little Winter Art Film Series - How To Look At and Understand Great Art, Pt. 2January 23rd - March 6th - Free and Open to the PublicTuesdays 11a.m. to 12 NoonPresented by The Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries. January 23: Sculpture - Salt Cellars to Monuments; Development of Painting - Tempera and Oils.January 30: Color – Modern Paintings - Acrylics and Assemblages; Subject Matters.February 6: Signs - Symbols, Icons and Indexes in Art; Portraits - How Artists See Others.February 13: Self Portraits - How Artists See Themselves; Landscapes - Art of the Great Outdoors.February 27: Putting It All Together; Early Renaissance - Humanism Emergent.March 6: Northern Renaissance - Devil in the Details; High Renaissance - Humanism Perfected. Snow Dates: March 13 and 20 This film series course is produced by The Great Courses and is taught by Professor Sharon Latchaw Hirsh of Rosemont College.

When: Feb 6, 2018 11am in Dartmouth, MA
Race To End Child Abuse: A Kentucky Derby Day Gala
The Child Advocacy Center of Bristol County is proud to announce our: 9th Annual Kentucky Derby Gala Race to End Child Abuse Before the age of 18, one in ten children will be the victim of sexual abuse.  We are asking for your support so that together we may address the pervasiveness of this heinous crime and the traumatic impact to innocent children. We invite you to join in our collective efforts to support thousands of families in need of our services in Bristol County.  Over 5,000 children have come through the Children’s Advocacy Center of Bristol County since we opened our doors in 2007. Our ability to serve these children and their families is a direct result of the generosity and commitment of many community members just like you. We need your support to provide children who have faced the inconceivable; the greatest services for resiliency. This festive Kentucky Derby themed event will take place on Saturday, May 5, 2018, at 5pm at Rachel’s Lakeside in Dartmouth. We have several sponsorship opportunities to support the services to children and families offered at the CAC.  We hope that you will consider a sponsorship, donation of an auction item, an ad, and will consider attending our gala to help children and families in need while providing your business with positive exposure in the community.  Your generosity will enable the CAC to continue to meet the needs of those less fortunate. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kim Thomas, kthomas@jri.org.  On behalf of the CAC, we thank you for your continued support.

When: May 5, 2018 5pm in Dartmouth, MA