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Surprise Arts Commission to discuss grant candidates

Posted 5/1/21

The Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission will discuss a possible second mural at the Surprise Aquatic Center at its next meeting, set for 6 p.m Monday, April 5 at City Hall.

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Surprise Arts Commission to discuss grant candidates

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The Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission will discuss candidates for its new arts grants program at its next meeting, set for 6 p.m Monday, May 3 at City Hall, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza.

The agenda for the meeting can be FOUND HERE.

COVID-19 restrictions have been listed and in-person attendance is now allowed.

The meeting won't be televised nor live streamed. However, an audio recording of the meeting will be available at surpriseaz.gov after the meeting.

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