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Bedford Happenings

December 12, 2012 - Emily Dimov-Gottshall
~ Kevin Kutz ~

We're delighted to host a show and sale of the work of one of our most talented artists through Sunday, January 6. See portraits of people, baseballs, and familiar scenes, as well as stunning landscapes that invite you to step into the frame.

Please come meet the artist at a reception 1-3 p.m. Sunday, December 2.

~ 12-21-12 ~

Does this date fill you with forboding?! Is it because you fear the world is going to end or because you haven't finished your Christmas shopping? Whatever, whether you plan to lament impending doom or celebrate the reprieve, please join us for an End Of The World Party Friday, December 21, 7:30 till midnight with entertainment by Dave Potchalk and Friends.

$5 donation, please.

PENNSYLVANIA CONSORT PRESENTS. . . . . the 25th annual performance of Handel's Messiah with a professional director and soloists and a back-up choir of 50-plus volunteers from Bedford, Blair and Huntingdon counties. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 1 in the Bedford Methodist Church. Doors open at 6:30. Tickets are $8 in advance, $9 at the door, half price for students through high school. (, e-mail; 733-2920)

Diamonds and Ice Gala

The tickets are gone but there is still room on the silent auction table and advertising space in the program. Show your support for the Arts Council, the Humane Society and Your Safe Haven while getting your business in front of 250 discriminating folk.

1/2 page.......................... $500

1/4 page.......................... $250

Business card................... $100

Call for entries to the 20th annual


Entries will be accepted Wednesday-Sunday, January 2-6 Each exhibitor may submit up to three pieces; the number displayed will be determined by available space. Work may not have been previously exhibited in the Arts Center. Works declined for the Juried Fine Arts Exhibit are not only welcome, but encouraged. Two-dimensional art must be framed and wired for hanging and may not exceed 48 inches in either dimension. Anything on a sawtooth hanger will be frisbeed into the Juniata. Three-dimensional work may be larger than a regulation snowman but must be smaller than an igloo. Works must be labeled with title, price and artist's name, address and phone number. Membership applications may be submitted at the very same time as entries. Prices should include the Arts Council's 25% commission. Serving those who create art and those enriched by art

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