Welcome to Lexington's home for music, dance, visual arts and more!
1403 Massachusetts Avenue
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The Cherokee Word for Water
Saturday, Novmber 9th
Come celebrate Native American Heritage month with Munroe and “The Cherokee Word for Water”- A feature-length motion picture that tells the story of the work that led Wilma Mankiller to become the first modern female Chief of the Cherokee Nation.
Christ Revolution Church
451 Lowell st.
Click here for more information, and tickets.
In the Gallery
ArtSpan Adult Students will be showing their work Sept. 16 - October. Opening reception is Thursday, Sept. 19, 6-8pm
ISO Arts Patrons:
Thank you to those who have supported Munroe in the past, and those who continue to do so. If you would like to know more about what donations support, or if there is something in particular that you wish to sponsor, please email us or call the Executive Director at 781.862.6040.
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The Munroe Center for the Arts is Lexington's home for visual and performing arts -- for education and experience, for self-expression, rejuvenation, and friendship. Housed here are 5 schools in the arts with hundreds of classes each year as well as 11 weeks of vacation camp, plus studios for 10 local artists, an art gallery, and a free monthly performing arts series! Join us for a class, or one of our community events!
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