CALL FOR ART
Area artists are invited to submit art for a fifth juried exhibition, The Artist’s Showcase: Orange City Arts’ Regional Exhibition. Deadline for submissions is March 18. The exhibit will be April 22-30, 2016 at the Northwestern College DeWitt Theatre Arts Center.
The exhibit is open to artists from Iowa or within a 350-mile radius of Orange City. Any adult, college or high school-age artist may submit up to three works of 2-D or 3-D art, created in the past three years. There is no theme, no entry fee. Work must be submitted digitally to Orange City Arts.
The exhibit will be held in conjunction with the Northwestern College production of Rabbit Hole.
Best of show and honorable mention awards will be given, with $100 and $40 cash prizes. Artists accepted for exhibit will receive complimentary tickets to the theatre production.
Read more and get entry information below.
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Do you love to read? Do you already read every day?
Then join the Hot Reads for Cold Nights Adult Winter Reading Program!
On January 15 the Orange City Library launched our annual Adult Winter Reading Program, so pick up your log from the front desk and start reading today. For every day that you read 15 minutes or more, mark your reading log. For every 10 days you read, earn an entry into our prize drawing.
Don’t think you have time to read 15 minutes a day?
I bet you already meet that goal and don’t even know it. If you read to your child it counts towards your goal. It also counts if you read a book, ebook, magazine, or if you listen to an audiobook!
Win great prizes like: Gift Certificates, Journals, and Metal Bookmarks
You can also earn extra prize entries by attending some of our fun programs!
Pushing the Limits Book Discussions – January 25 at 6:30 pm
Hot Treats for Cold Nights – February 1 at 6:30 pm
Adult Book Club – February 6 at 5:30 pm
Decorative Sign Painting – February 13 at 6:30 pm
Winter Skin Care – February 20 at 6:30 pm
The City of Orange City is in the process of updating their Comprehensive Land Use Plan. One of the steps in doing this is to get the public’s input through a survey.
That survey will also be included with the January utility bill.
Deadline is Thursday, February 15.