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What’s Happening at the Duncan Center

duncan center 300GREENVILLE, Ky. (3/14/13) – It looks like the Duncan Center Museum in Greenville will be kicking off the Spring season with a massive amount of activities for local citizens.
 
Warm Hearts Quilters, formally known as the Muhlenberg County Quilters Guild, will be holding their annual exhibition of quilts in the gallery during March. See the exhibit Monday through Friday 11am to 4pm.
 
Bring your buddies with you and create a painting of a barn with local renowned artist Lucinda Scharf, AKA Rooti Patooti. Thursday, March 14, 4 to 6pm at the Duncan Center. All art materials will be provided for you. Class is $50. Just show up at the Duncan Center studio at 4pm, and pay that day. Step-by-step instruction, teacher also paints the painting along with you, and gives individual help. It's a fun hands-on experience, no matter what experience you may have with art. Contact Root Patooti on Facebook if you need more info, or see her at On Main.
 
Reservations and tickets sales start today for the Mother's Day Tea party, set for May 11. Two tea times are available at 11am and 2pm, with tickets at $15 each! The Duncan Center is located at 22 South Cherry Street, in Greenville.

The Duncan Center is open 11am to 4pm daily. You may call 270-338-2605 to find out more about what's happening at The Duncan Center.
 
Paul McRee
SurfKY News
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