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Monday, July 31, 2006

CALL TO LOCAL ARTISTS - August 31, 2006

ARTBEAT The Creativity Store is requesting proposals from local artists for
their new Upper Walls Gallery which will be kicking off this October with Arlington Open Studios.

ARTBEAT will be present an ongoing series of 6 week exhibitions. The
work will be displayed above the store's unique and colorful offerings
of gifts that inspire adults and delight children. Since the wall
space is up high by the ceiling there is a 18"x24" minimum size
requirement for work to be displayed. Each show should cover
approximately 30' of wall space.

ARTBEAT will promote the shows and host a reception where the public is invited to meet the artist and purchase fine art for their homes.

To apply please send in or drop off images of your work, a resume and
artist statement to:

Melissa Glick
ARTBEAT The Creativity Store
212 A Mass Ave
Arlington MA 02474


Art-O-Bot Davis Sq. - August 31, 2006

Where is The Art-O-Bot Now?
The famous Somerville vending machine, The Art-O-Bot, is now at The Diesel Cafe in Davis Square.
The Bot will sell you a mini print of an original piece of art by a local artist for only $1.00.
What a deal!!!! Each piece has the artists name and information on the back so you can see
more of their work if you like what you get!

Call for Window Art - September 1, 2006

The Somerville Arts Council and ArtsUnion invite visual artists to submit
work for WAP 2006. Selected work will hang in the windows of Union
Square businesses or be installed in outdoor locales. This is a juried
exhibit; proposals will be reviewed by Somerville Arts Council staff
and board members. We particularly seek work that is relatively large,
bold and innovative--art that will capture people's attention while
walking through Union Square and help convey the vibrant, innovative
artistic vibe of the area. Although we can't guarantee certain windows
or sites, we are very interested in "site-specific" installations. If
artists have a particular business window or outdoor location in mind,
please mention this in your application.

Selected artists will receive a $100 honorarium.

Please note that artists are required to install and take down their
work and should be comfortable working with business owners.

For more info, please contact:

Rosie Branson Gill
Somerville Arts Council/WAP
50 Evergreen Ave.
Somerville, MA 02145



Sunday, August 13 at 4 pm: Victorian and Contemporary Culture and Sculpture
Historic Forest Hills Cemetery 95 Forest Hills Avenue, Jamaica Plain
One block from Orange Line, Forest Hills stop. Free parking. Admission $8.

Tour of memorial sculpture by well-known 19th century masters and accomplished, yet often anonymous, stone carvers of the Victorian era.

The tour takes place in conjunction with Dwelling, Forest Hills Cemetery's newest exhibition of contemporary art. Joining Elise, four Dwelling artists will reflect on how their work responds to the domestic qualities of Forest Hills and the cemetery's role as a tranquil refuge for lingering reflection: Jim Coates, whose Sunflower House is built from branches gathered in the woods and surrounded by a colorful living garden; Andrea Thompson, whose piece features a variety of elegant musical doorknockers; and Robert Gilmore and Sarah Walker, whose Living Room, open to the sky, has four walls of vines.

LITERARY RETREAT - August 5, 2006

Louisa Solano, former owner of the Grolier Poetry Book Shop, will be our guest at the Wilderness House Literary Retreat, Aug 5, barbecue included!

For more information go to:

Friday, July 28, 2006

Call for Artists @ Festival - September 17, 2006

Call for Artisans & Craftspeople
Festival in the Park
September 17, 2006
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Brookline Council for the Arts & Humanities is Fnow accepting applications from Artisan Vendors & Craftspeople: jewelry, ceramics, glass, photography, woodcrafts, textile, etc. for our 20th annual Festival in the Park, on the lawn of the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline.

For more info and application, please contact:

Brookline Council for the Arts & Humanities


Community Growing Center Events - August 31, 2006

Somerville Community Growing Center
22 Vinal Avenue near Union Square

OPEN GARDENS - July-October
Call 617-776-8382 for details.

Open Air Circus Performers Weekend
Somerville's own youth circus will perform what they have
learned during their summer classes. This will be held in
Nunziato Field which is next door to the Growing Center.

Contact Lori 617-623-1720, for info and schedule

Full Moon Labyrinth Walk
Come celebrate the lunar cycle and relax with
an ancient meditative stroll through our labyrinth.

Contact: Lynn 617-666-1624

Third Thursday Americana Acoustic Jams
Bring your acoustic instrument for a back porch style
Jam session hosted by some of Somerville's finest folk musicians.
Styles range from folk, blues, bluegrass, Irish and more.

Contact: Matt

Women's Film and Video
For more info and schedule please contact: Ann 617-823-4649

Concert: Asia Mei and the Waters
Saturday, August 26
Russia-born Israeli-raised singer songwriter, Asia Mei and other
International musicians will have you rocking if you like
Coldplay, Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix, Muse and Norah Jones.

CALL FOR LOGO DESIGN - August 1, 2006

Seeking submissions for a design for a logo for Historic Somerville

Historic Somerville is a nonprofit, 501c3 (pending) organization that
advocates for the preservation of Somerville's historic buildings, collections, oral
histories, etc.. anything related to our history that we deem worth
preserving. (Landscapes?) We recognize that preservation is not an end in itself, but
is part of the humanistic process of connecting people to their roots. To
this end, education and advocacy are important aspects of our mission. More
information about Historic Somerville can be found on the web at <<>> At the site, two links may also be helpful: one to the
City's historic preservation website and the other to the American Hellenic
Association's site that features our upcoming exhibition in collaboration with
the Somerville Museum: The World of George Dilboy and Immigration in
Somerville: the Greek Experience. This is the first of what we hope will be a
series of exhibitions based on immigration to Somerville. For more information,
contact me at or send your submission to Barbara Mangum, 9
Josephine Ave., Somerville, MA 02144. (FYI: PDF files are fine, I use a Mac)
Judging will occur at the Historic Somerville meeting on August 3,
7:30-9:00PM at the Somerville Museum on Central Street. Thank you.

Barbara Mangum, President
Historic Somerville

Thursday, July 27, 2006


A Suitcase Full of Pop-Up Books
A Lecture by Paul Johnson
Sunday July 30, 2006 3:00 pm
Brickbottom Artists Building, Gallery
Somerville, MA

Paul Johnson is internationally recognized for his pioneering workin developing literacy through the book arts, and as a paper and book artist. Author of over fifteen titles including A Book of One's Own,Literacy through the Book Arts and Pop-up Paper Engineering, he directed the Book Art Project at Manchester Metropolitan University (UK) until recently. His work is in the collections of the Cooper- Hewitt Museum in New York, the National Gallery, the Library of Congress, the University of California at Berkley and Yale University, among other institutions. Paul resides in Manchester, England, and presents workshops internationally. He exhibits widely and has been elected to the UK Craft Council's select index of British designer-makers.

Directions to Brickbottom can be found online at:


Comedian Brian Kiley
Senior Writer & Performer from “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” - Performs at Jimmy Tingle’s OFF BROADWAY Theater on Saturday, July 29 – August 1, 7:30 p.m Show Only!

Brian Kiley is quite simply one of the country’s most inspired and original
comedy minds. He recently starred in his own Comedy Central Half-Hour
Special, has performed on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” 4 times, “Late
Show with David Letterman” 1 time, and “Late Night with Conan O'Brien” 9
times. Brian has been a staff writer for “Late Night with Conan O'Brien”
since 1994 and has been nominated for 11 Emmy Awards.

Kiley will perform on this hilarious night of comedy, along with other
special guests Erin Judge, Myq Kaplan and Emily Singer.

Tickets are $20

FREE FLUTE CONCERT - August 2, 2006

Come hear and see the Willow Flute Ensemble in our last free concert of the summer!

Willow Flute Ensemble
Newton Free Library
August 2, 7:30 pm
330 Homer St
Newton Centre MA 02459


We'll be playing works by Handel, Schickele, Telemann, a salute to summer in the form of baseball, and Venezuelan folk tunes specifically arranged for Willow.(45's even a pleasant length.)
The Willow Flute Ensemble is comprised of 13 flutists from all over eastern MA and southern NH, three of whom reside in Somerville. The ensemble performed at the Somerville Community Growing Center last month, and has previously performed at the Somerville Library and Brickbottom Artists Association. The group features all members of the flute family, from piccolo down to bass flute. For a longer description, please see

For more info, please visit:

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

SEEKING ACTORS - August 2, 2006

Theatre@First is holding open auditions for our Fall Show "The Margaret Ghost", a play about Margaret Fuller, a 19th Century feminist, local author, friend of Hawthorne and Emerson, being performed the weekends of October 12 & 19.
August 1 and 2 at 7 pm at First Church,
89 College Ave. in Somerville, 4 blocks from Davis Sq. T stop.

- No appointment necessary.
- Auditions will consist of readings from the scripts (no monologues required).
- Please come prepared to stay until the end if necessary.
- Callbacks Aug. 3 if needed.
Looking for 3W/6M (30's-40's, one older man).

Contact Click on AUDITIONS on the left

Tuesday, July 25, 2006


Join Somerville Artists Ilona Fried ( and Lorie Reilly
( at the Lowell Folk Festival this weekend! This is
the largest free folk festival in the US.

We'll be part of Art in the Courtyard, a juried exhibition; come find us
behind the National Park Service Visitor Center @ 246 Market Street, Lowell,
near the Market Street stage. Hours are Saturday July 29 & Sunday July 30,

More info:
Festival map:

Hope to see you!
Ilona Fried
Beadventurous Jewelry
285 Washington Street
Somerville, MA 02143

Friday, July 21, 2006

PRODUCER'S SERIES - July 22, 2006

WHAT: The FIRST of ArtsUnion's 2006 Producers' Series!!
WHEN: Saturday, July 22, 4-8PM
WHERE: Union Square Plaza, Union Square, Somerville, MA

DOCTOR G.M. FASTIDIOUS & A PLETHORA OF PERPLEXITIES will descend upon Union Square. Joining him, a cadre of spurious but wondrous actors, dancers, musicians, puppeteers and other performers will confound and delight spectators in this FREE outdoor event.

Performers include The Grindhouse Marionettes, Katt Hernandez, Lisa Bufano, Crank Sturgeon, Doctor Selenium, Jamie McLaughlin, and Matt Somalis, among others. All are luminaries in the local underground arts scene, and now the public will get an opportunity to view these talents in the open air in Union Square.

For more info, please contact:

Rosie Branson Gill

ART GALLERY EXHIBIT - September 1, 2006

Somerville's Escape Artist:

Recent Works by Sara Theophall
July 24 - Sept 1, 2006
Reception, Aug 24 @ the Boston Architectural College
Stankowicz Gallery 4th Fl
320 Newbury St
Boston MA 02115

Thursday, July 20, 2006


CALL TO ARTISTS - Request for Qualifications
Medford, MA –Tufts University Tisch Library Meditative Rooftop Environment
Deadline: Wednesday, August 30, 2006, 5pm (application received)
Eligibility: Open to professional artists/designers/teams.
Project Summary: The Art Selection Committee of the Meditative Rooftop
Environment of the Tisch Library at Tufts University - [ ] - invites artists/designers/teams to
forward qualifications for a public art environment in a rooftop setting
with spectacular views of Boston to serve as a focal point for the campus.
The Meditative Rooftop Environment is an L-shaped plaza measuring
approximately 11,000 square feet. Currently, the site features three
3-foot high grass planters measuring 43’ x 53’, 20’ x 30’ and 46’ x 26’.
The concrete edges of these platforms also serve as seating elements. At
this point, it is undecided whether these elements will be removed or stay
in place. The final design may feature the following elements: landscape
design, structures that accommodate seating, lighting and sculptural
features that encourage quiet contemplation and reflection. The art
selection process will be facilitated by the UrbanArts Institute at
Massachusetts College of Art (UrbanArts).
Budget: $150,000 all-inclusive budget. Finalists will receive a $1,000
Contact: Christina Lanzl, Project Manager, UrbanArts Institute at
Massachusetts College of Art at or
RFQ Website: - RFQ is posted in the
Opportunities section

World Music CRASHarts - November 30, 2006

World Music/CRASHarts Announces Fall 2006 Season

Summer brings the launch of World
Music/CRASHarts’ brand new website, still located at
Explore new artists and old favorites with the
website’s exciting “watch and listen” functions.
Hear for yourself why Spain’s Son de la Frontera
created such a buzz at last year’s New York
Flamenco Festival. See the mind-boggling speed of
Mexico’s Rodrigo y Gabriela’s acoustic
guitar-playing. Watch the innovative, multi-media
dance experience that is Bebe Miller Company’s

This season’s schedule is a testament to World Music/CRASHarts’ commitment to
expose Boston audiences to performers that are often unfamiliar, but always exceptional. We invite you to join us by exploring this diverse season of music
and dance at

Tickets Are Currently On Sale ONLY to World Music/CRASHarts Members!

To find out more, or to become a member, see the website.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on
July 26 at 10am.

For schedules, membership, and ticket information please see:

Wednesday, July 19, 2006


WHAT: Underground Arts Performance Festival
plus: Debut of ArtsUnion Crafts Market 2006
WHEN: This Saturday, July 22, Crafts Market: 9am to 1pm; Festival:
WHERE: Union Square Plaza

will descend upon Union Square Saturday July 22nd. Joining him, a cadre of spurious
but wondrous actors, dancers, musicians, puppeteers and other
performers will confound and delight spectators in this FREE outdoor
Performers include The Grindhouse Marionettes, Katt
Hernandez, Lisa Bufano, Crank
Sturgeon, Doctor Selenium, Jamie
McLaughlin, and Matt Somalis, among others. All
are luminaries in the local underground arts scene, and now the public
will get an opportunity to view these talents in the open air in Union

Join us for the first ArtsUnion Crafts Market! Each craft market will
feature a different lineup of craftsters (although many vendors will
participate in several different markets). This year, crafts markets
will run each Saturday, from July 22 to October 7, and will be held in
conjunction with the Union Square Farmers Market. The markets will
also include live entertainment; the schedule follows.

For more info and scheduling, please contact:

Rachel Strutt
Somerville Arts Council



The Art Selection Committee of the Meditative Rooftop Environment of the Tisch Library at Tufts University invites artists/designers/teams to forward qualifications for a public art environment in a rooftop setting with spectacular views of Boston to serve as a focal point for the campus. The final design may feature the following elements: landscape design, structures that accommodate seating, lighting and sculptural features that encourage quiet contemplation and reflection. The art
selection process will be facilitated by the UrbanArts Institute at
Massachusetts College of Art (UrbanArts). Budget: $150,000 all-inclusive budget. Finalists will receive a $1,000 honorarium. Open to all professional artists.

For more info, please contact:

Christina Lanzl
Massachusetts College of Art
UrbanArts Institute



Photographer Shirin Adhami Reflects on Dolls and their Makers in "Establishing an Other" at Brookline Arts Center

Photographer Shirin Adhami grew up seeing one kind of hobby close up: her
mother owns a doll shop in Milford, Massachusetts. Shirin was never a part
of the doll-making community based in her mother¹s shop, but it was always a
part of her life. In her new series of documentary photos, she examines the
doll-making community as a way of contemplating her own split identity as a
Persian-American and as a resident of a predominantly white, suburban area.

July 19 through September 15, 2006
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Meet the artist @ free closing reception on September 15 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Susan Navarre
Brookline Arts Center
86 Monmouth Street
Brookline MA 02446



We arts council folk were so consumed planning and running ArtBeast, we plum forgot to take photos. If anyone has photos of artbeat they'd like to send along to us, we'd appreciate it. 300dpi is preferable but 72dpi works, too. Thanks!

Rachel Strutt
Program Manager
Somerville Arts Council
617/625-6600, x2985

Tuesday, July 18, 2006


Children ages 5 to 11 can join us for clay classes this summer. Learn how to handbuild with slabs and coils and how to work with clay on the potter's wheel. Mugs, bowls, animal sculptures, boxes - what do you want to make? Classes meet twice each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays for 3 weeks; morning or afternoon sections of 2 hours each.

Tuition: $150/section, includes all materials and firings

Wheelthrowing for teen students, beginning through advanced.
Class meets twice each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays for 3 weeks; morning section of 2 hours each.

TEEN CLAY, Ages 12+
August 1-17, Tuesdays and Thursdays
Tuition: $150/section, includes all materials and firings

For Schedules and more info, please contact:

Lynn Gervens

Mudflat Pottery School
149 Broadway
Somerville MA 02145



Every year at the The Somerville News Writers Festival there is an award presented the: "Ibbetson Street Press Lifetime Achievement Award." This year the festival will be held at "Jimmy Tingle's Off -Broadway Theatre," in Davis Square, Nov. 12. In addition, we have decided to present an "Ibbetson Street Press Poetry Award," to be announced and presented the night of the festival. There will be one winner, and three honorable mentions. The contest is open to all poets in the state of Massachusetts. The winner will get $100, publication in the 'Lyrical Somerville," and in the literary journal: "Ibbetson Street," as well as receiving a framed certificate. For the past three years "The Somerville News Writers Festival" has hosted such writers as : Sue Miller, Franz Wright, Lan Samantha Chang, Steve Almond, Robert Olen Butler and others, and is well-regarded in local literary circles.

To Submit: send 3 to 5 poems with a brief bio to: Submission fee is $5. Or mail poems and fee to:

Ibbetson Press 25 School St. Somerville, Mass. c/o Doug Holder please provide contact info.

Doug Holder


Tickets on Sale Now for the 15th Woods Hole Film Festival
Saturday, July 29 - Saturday, August 5, 2006

Screening over 100 films and featuring live music, panel discussions, special events, parties and more. Purchase tickets online at

Monday, July 17, 2006


A new musical by Thomas DeFrantz, Associate Professor of Theater Arts at
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has been selected for the 2006 New York
Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), an annual fall event that has led to hit Off-Broadway musicals such as "Altar Boyz," "Captain Louie," and "Shout."

"The Man in My Head," a one-man rhythm-and-blues-laden tour-de-force starring Obie
Award-winning actor Darius de Haas, was written by DeFrantz (book) with Berklee College of Music Associate Professor Michael Wartofsky (music and lyrics).

September 26 at 8 p.m.; September 28 at 8 p.m.; September 29 at 4:30 p.m.;
September 30 at 8 p.m.
45th Street Theater (354 W. 45th Street, New York).
Tickets cost $20

For more info, please contact:

Mary Haller
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
20 Ames St Room E15-205
Cambridge MA 02139


Saturday, July 15, 2006

Art Bar Boston - Tuesday 18, 2006

Art Bar Boston invites you to:

A Midsummer's Night Dream"

5 local artists, 1-evening silent auction Sip signature cocktails.
Enjoy complimentary appetizers courtesy of Vinalia.

101 Arch Street
(617) 737-1777

To see our email flyer, please visit


Kurt Malec

Japanese Taiko Drumming Course - July 30, 2006

Here's advance notice for two upcoming Introductory Japanese Taiko Drum
Workshops offered at Third Life Studio --mark your calendars now! Please pass the
word to anyone you think might be interested--thanks!

SUNDAY, JULY 23rd 30th:
Mark Rooney of Odaiko New England ( will be offering
an introductory workshop in Japanese Taiko drumming for kids, ages 8-12 from
1-3pm at Third Life Studio in Union Square, Somerville.

Ever want to hit a drum really loud and shout at the top of your lungs? you
can experience first-hand the power and exhilaration of taiko drumming. Parents
are welcome to share in the spirit of creating kumidaiko (ensemble drumming)

Sign up early--Space is limited!!! For more information or to register,
please contact: Mark H. Rooney at 781-721-0521 or email

No experience necessary--come experience first hand the power and
exhilaration of taiko drumming! Be prepared to workout! Wear comfortable clothing, and bring a towel/mat to stretch, exercise on, and water to drink. Come with your
energy, spirit, and joy!

Space is limited to 20 people. Pre-registration is encouraged! Cost: $40
For more information or to register, contact Mark Rooney:
617-739-4134 or email

Third Life Studio
33 Union Square, Somerville, MA

Friday, July 14, 2006

Artslides Photography Resource - August 31, 2006

With the transition from film to digital for submitting artwork to galleries, museums,grants, etc. artists have more questions than ever about the best approach for documenting their artwork. I would like to extend my studio (Artslides) as a local resource for your photography needs and questions. A free consultation to discuss your particular artwork and goals is just a phone call away!

Artslides is a Somerville based photography studio that specializes in photographing both 2D and 3D artwork for artists, galleries, publishers and students. We have been in business for over 8 years and would like to add you to our list of over 350 satisfied clients.

From your artwork we can create:
Professional quality digital images for print and the web, precise digital color prints, museum quality 35mm slides and 4"x5" transparencies. Artslides is located just outside Union Square with easy parking. Major credit cards are accepted.

For more information, call the studio at 617-628-5475

- Jeff Magidson / Artslides

ArtBot ShowOFF - July 15, 2006

Dorkbots Boston will be hosting an ArtBot ShowOff ShowDown at the ArtBeat Festival on July 15th at noon. Come join in the fun and bring your latest creation to show off! There are no age restrictions, and everyone is welcome to show off!

Entries can include kinetic art, robotic devices, software art, lego/mindstorm or meccano projects, automata, etc.

Who knows, you might even win a prize!

Contact to sign up to participate.

The next Dokbots Boston meeting will be held on July 6th at 7:00 at Willoughby and Baltic. See for details.


Upcoming exhibition at the Somerville Museum, "New Lives in a New Land: Immigration in
Somerville & the Greater Boston Area

The Greek Community" and "Hope, Valor, & Inspiration: 1896-1918: The World of George Dilboy- Greek Immigrant & American Hero."

The exhibit will open September 10th, 2006 in conjunction with the Greek Festival at the Church of the Dormition of the Virgin (on Central Street) and close March 25, 2007. It is sponsored by both Historic Somerville and the Somerville Museum. We have many events planned to accompany the exhbition involving wonderful music, lectures, dancing and of course, food. Stay tuned. More information about the exhibit can be found by going to the website of Historic Somerville at <> and clicking on the link to the Hellenic Museum site.


"One Person's Trash: Art of the Recycled" opens today at the Nave Gallery!

The Nave Gallery, 155 Powderhouse Blvd, Somerville
Exhibit dates: July 13-29, 2006
Gallery Hours: Thursday 4-8 PM, Saturday 1-5 PM

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 20, 6-8 PM

See for images, artist statements & directions.

Also visit the ARTSomerville info table at ArtBeat in Davis Square this Saturday. Stop by, visit, learn more about our programs including the Nave Gallery Guest Curator program, our free online Somerville-arts calendar, Project MUM and more!


Friday, the 14th and Saturday, the 15th: Come out to ArtBeat. We've got an amazing festival this year. Thanks to our artists, business sponsors, volunteers, staff and board, we've got the best street party in the region.

For more info:


Gregory Jenkins
Executive Director
Somerville Arts Council
617.625.6600 ext. 2985


Reserve your tickets now for the Third Annual One-Acts Festival!

Theatre @ First proudly presents "Festival @ First: Surprise Kisses".

The eight one-acts will be presented on the following dates:

Friday & Saturday July 14 & 15 at 8 pm
Sunday, July 16 at 3 pm
Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, July 20-22 at 8 pm

Tickets are only $10. Discounts for students, seniors, and groups of 10 or more.

You can order tickets online at or call our toll-free ticket line at 1-877-557-5936 or email

First Church is located at 89 College Ave. in Somerville, 4 blocks from the Davis Square stop on the Red Line, and is accessible to the physically challenged.

For more info, check our web site at

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Seeking artwork for ArtBeat - July 31, 2006

The Somerville Art-O-Bot needs some fresh art!!!!
Fellow artists!!!! READ ON!

I will be at Art Beat again this year with the Art-O- Bot. We will be
offering mini prints for one dollar through the vending skills of the bot.

If you would like your work to be included in the sale and distribution of
art to the community then please send me (email) a jpeg of about 150 dpi
resolution or better and between 3"X4" or greater in size. Don't forget to
include information that you want to get out into the community for the back
of the print (ie your name, print title, medium, website, email, sentence
about what you do etc. anything, it is up to you).

I am looking forward to seeing some new prints for this year's Art-O-Bot
project. Last year we raised $240 in donations to The Arts Council throught
the sales by the "bot". The Bot was located at Art Beat, At The Sherman
Cafe and at True Grounds in Ball Sq.

This years efforts will find Mr. Bot at The Diesel Cafe and hopefuly Mr.
Bot's dog later in the year at True Grounds.

Laurinda Bedingfield

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