What's Next • AUGUST 2021
If you missed last week's Lemonade Social, don't worry we have anther one around the bend - this time with the celebration forward looking as we begin a new fiscal year with more arts education and creative explorations ahead. Mark your calendars for September 10th, and read below for some of the things we have planned.
Take a class, take a tour!
Fall registration is online for many of your traditional favorite classes, as well as some new ones. Visit our website to see them all. Registration for classes in theatre, ceramics and visual arts officially opens Monday, August 16 at 9am.

The Dance Inn is excited to welcome students back to the classroom for a full schedule of offerings including Preschool Dance for ages 3-5, Tap/Jazz/Ballet Combo for ages 6 - 10, Hip Hop for ages 8 and up, and Tap, Jazz, or Contemporary for grades 6 - 12. Adult tap is offered Wednesday morning and Monday night. In addition, we offer a 2-3 day youth dance company experience and a 3-4 day pre-professional program for teens. Adaptive Dance is offered on Tuesdays. More information online.

The Lexington Music School is also looking forward to seeing students this Fall for group piano classes and will be offering at least one new beginner class for new students. We also offer private lessons in piano, violin, cello, voice and guitar. More information online.
Open House

Mark your calendars for Friday, September 10th. We will have all our studio doors open, and guided tours to find out what happens here.

This marks the first time we are inviting the public in to see what 122 newly renovated 1904 windows look like! #PandemicRenovations

We will also have artist Marina Strauss with us again with some fun printmaking activities - free, all ages and abilities.

After visiting inside the building, we are inviting everyone outside for some rock and dance music by the Blues Dogs.

When was the last time you were here?!
Community Art
In honor of the Streetscape Project downtown, ArtWalk unfolds its StreetScape Art project with a collection of decorated bricks. We are inviting artists and creatives to paint and beautify them.

Bricks will be displayed along Mass. Ave. in front of the arts center, and in Emery Park for the remainder of the summer.

There are still a few bricks behind the arts center for anyone who would like to decorate one.
Please continue to wear masks in public areas inside the arts center (such as hallways and restrooms). This helps us to protect the unvaccinated youth and adults who take classes here.

When waiting for someone, please also choose to wait outdoors when possible. We have new picnic tables and Adirondack chairs in the front lawn, and benches and picnic tables behind the building.
The arts make everything better.
Your support fuels this. Thank you!
Thank you to our sponsors who have helped to support our community programming and capacity building this spring.