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SMAC hosting anniversary event Nov. 29

JACKSON -- The Southwest Minnesota Arts Council is hosting events celebrating the 10th year since passing the Legacy Amendment and the Arts and Culture Fund.

JACKSON - The Southwest Minnesota Arts Council is hosting events celebrating the 10th year since passing the Legacy Amendment and the Arts and Culture Fund.

 

These will be free, informational sessions that are informal and open to the public. An event in Jackson is scheduled for noon Nov. 29 at Jackson Center for the Arts, 309 Second St.

 

SMAC will talk about what it is and what it does for the arts and artists of the region. It will also be a celebration of its funding through the Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund (Legacy Fund) and the grants given in the regions with those funds over the past 10 years. Stories about Legacy grant funding will be shared, and input will be collected on additional ways SMAC can support local communities.

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A free, light meal will be provided.

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