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Luminaria on the Lawn

  The Attleboro Arts Museum will continue its ongoing collaboration with the Greater Attleboro Relay For Life and the American Cancer Society with a first-time summer event designed to support the cancer society during the COVID-19 pandemic.


“Luminaria on the Lawn” will be held on Saturday evening Aug. 22 outside of the downtown Attleboro arts center, which was closed for nearly four months due to the state government regulations imposed in mid-March.

Luminaria on the Lawn, a pop-up display, will be held in accordance with all state guidelines that have been imposed during the pandemic. That means that social distancing will be strictly enforced and that face coverings will be required by all who attend. In addition, no walk-ons will be allowed as attendance will be permitted only by reservations, with people being urged to arrive no earlier than 5 minutes before their reserved start time.


There will be two viewings to choose from: 7 to 7:45 p.m. and 8 to 8:45 p.m. Per state guidelines, a maximum of 100 people, including staff and volunteers, will be allowed during each viewing.
 

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  The Attleboro Arts Museum will continue its ongoing collaboration with the Greater Attleboro Relay For Life and the American Cancer Society with a first-time summer event designed to support the cancer society during the COVID-19 pandemic.


“Luminaria on the Lawn” will be held on Saturday evening Aug. 22 outside of the downtown Attleboro arts center, which was closed for nearly four months due to the state government regulations imposed in mid-March.

Luminaria on the Lawn, a pop-up display, will be held in accordance with all state guidelines that have been imposed during the pandemic. That means that social distancing will be strictly enforced and that face coverings will be required by all who attend. In addition, no walk-ons will be allowed as attendance will be permitted only by reservations, with people being urged to arrive no earlier than 5 minutes before their reserved start time.


There will be two viewings to choose from: 7 to 7:45 p.m. and 8 to 8:45 p.m. Per state guidelines, a maximum of 50 people, including staff and volunteers, will be allowed during each viewing.
 

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