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Gallery At York Hall Reopens For the Season on April 1

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YORK-The Gallery at York Hall has a full lineup of exhibits for its 2021 season. The gallery will reopen for the season on April 1.

The new season kicks off with the “Quilts Past & Present Exhibit” in April and May. A showcase on pine needle baskets as well as photography displays are on deck for the summer.

The Gallery at York Hall boasts more than 300 works for purchase by local artists spanning a variety of media. In addition, the gallery serves as a welcome center and gathering place for visitors. Admission is free. For a complete list of happenings, visit www.visityorktown.org.

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