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WLT hosting annual art exhibit

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Westwood Land Trust (WLT) will be hosting the 11th annual Capturing Nature in Westwood Art Exhibit to raise awareness and appreciation for the community’s beautiful natural environment. Residents are encouraged to go outside, look around and explore, and “capture” the natural beauty one sees through a painting, 3-D piece, photograph, or any other preferred artistic medium. All ages are invited to participate. Entry forms are available at both branches of the Westwood Public Library and online at Submission deadline is Saturday, October 21. Please contact Cheri Hurley, WLT Board Member, at or (781-326-5433) with questions.

The public is invited to the opening reception to view the wide variety of artwork on Thursday, October 26, at the

Thurston Middle School 8th graders preparing for the art exhibit.

Thurston Middle School 8th graders preparing for the art exhibit.

660 High Street, from 3:00 to 7:00 p,m. A beekeeper with an active hive and educational information will also be at the reception. Refreshments will be served. The exhibit will be on display through November 30th.

WLT thanked Katie Thurston, Westwood Public School Art Director, Sarah Sanchez and Robert Worth, both Westwood Middle School art teachers, Tricia Perry, Westwood Library Director, and Lisa Walker, Westwood Artists, for helping make this event possible.

Founded in 1999, Westwood Land Trust is a charitable organization dedicated to preserving open space, forests, and habitat in Westwood. 

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