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Arts Council plans Arts Fair and Silent Auction

The Eaton Rapids Area Arts Council (ERAAC) is hosting a juried Art Fair and Silent Auction at Red Ribbon Hall during the Dam Festival weekend celebration.

Friday, June 27 a reception will be held in Red Ribbon Hall for the artists and patrons supporting the Art Fair. Starting at noon, the Art Fair and Silent Auction will be held on Saturday, June 28 in Red Ribbon Hall and the adjascent Memorial Park.

Artists who are interested in participating should submit copies of their work for consideration by the jury. ... more

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Historical remembrance plays a major role in the life of this community. Local authors like Jean Kline have chronicled the development of Eaton Rapids starting from the early 1800s.

The Eaton Rapids Historical Society has worked tirelessly to preserve the fabric and architecture of our past. Currently, the Historical Society in collaboration with the Downtown Development Authority is restoring the historic Red Ribbon Hall and making it available for community events and artistic celebration.

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