Watertown Art League to Host Annual Member’s Show Halloween Weekend

The Watertown Art League will host its annual member’s show on Friday, October 29 through Sunday, October 31 on Halloween weekend at Woodbury’s Old Town Hall at 281 Main St. South. All Watertown Art League members are welcome to exhibit. Shown is a painting by Michaele Kusaila.

WOODBURY — The Watertown Art League will hold its annual member’s show on Friday, October 29 through Sunday, October 31 on Halloween weekend at Woodbury’s Old Town Hall at 281 Main St. South. The Fall Festival of Art is free and open to the public, masks are required. The event features current work by members of the league and ranges in mediums from pen and ink to watercolors as well as oils, acrylics, and pastels.

The hours are Friday, October 29 from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, October 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, October 31 from 11a.m. to 5 p.m.

There will be a reception on Saturday, October 30 from 2 to 5 p.m.

All Watertown Art League members are welcome to exhibit. Any questions regarding membership may be obtained at the league’s website at www.walart.org.

The Watertown Art League covers a geographic area from Torrington to Naugatuck, Cheshire to Bethlehem. The League meets at the First Congregational Church in Watertown on the second Monday of the month. 

Each meeting provides an artist demonstration by professionals in their genre.

There is a fee for membership. All are welcome.

Those seeking more information may contact Edith Reynolds at edithreynolds@yahoo.com or send a text to 203-232-4384.

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