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SWMHP info session on arts effort is Monday

SLAYTON -- The Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership invites artists, makers, designers, event producers and creative types who have connections to southwest Minnesota to a meeting to discuss potential collaborative art projects.

SLAYTON -- The Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership invites artists, makers, designers, event producers and creative types who have connections to southwest Minnesota to a meeting to discuss potential collaborative art projects.

An information session will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at the SWMHP office, 2401 Broadway Ave., Slayton. Individuals may also attend via phone by calling (712) 775-7031; passcode is 202-368-617.

Application deadline for the collaborative effort is Oct. 14. For more information call (507) 836-1622, email chelseaA@swmhp.org or visit www.PartnershipArt.com .

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