Mary Horrigan Classes

The Marlborough Arts Center is pleased to offer summer watercolor classes with local artist Mary Horrigan. Watercolor for all Levels will meet on Tuesdays  from 10 AM until 12:30 PM July 9, 16, 23, and 30. Cost is $120 per student.

A one-day workshop for Beginners in Watercolor will take place on Saturday, July 20, from 10 AM until 4 PM. Cost is $90 per student.

Materials lists will be provided once classes are confirmed.

To register, please visit the Arts Center website: Under “Classes,” find “Registration form;”  print and complete it and mail it with your check to the Marlborough Arts Center, 231 North Main Street, Marlborough CT  06447.

Marlborough Art Center Annual Potluck

Save the date – MONDAY, JUNE 17; come one, come all.  The Marlborough Art Center is holding its annual potluck dinner from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.  This year it is being held at the Art Park, located adjacent to the Marlborough Art Center itself (231 North Main Street).   This event will feature the first of annual Pot Lucks to be featuring a “walk in the park”, the Art Center’s very own “art park”.  Members and the public at large are welcome to attend and it is certain to be a good time.  This will be a great opportunity for everyone in town to become more aware of the art park and what the art center itself is all about.  People are encouraged to bring a potluck item but it is not necessary to do so.

June’s 4th Friday @ the Arts Café

The Key of H

The Henderschedts, Marlborough residents and members of THE KEY OF H, are performing at the Marlborough Arts Center’s 4th Friday at the Arts Café on June 28, 2019.  The group is made up of Jim Henderschedt and his four children, Emma, Owen, Rosie and Lucy.  This family has been making music all of their lives.  As a child, Jim played guitar and sang in his father’s church.  As Jim grew up, married and had a family, his children and he would gather for family sing-alongs, chorus concerts, musical shows and the children’s choir at the local church.

Owen plays the piano, Emma, Lucy and Rosie sing in harmony, with father Jim playing the guitar. Jim and eldest daughter, Emma, have performed numerous times on Sadler’s patio during the summer season.  Possibly some people in town remember hearing their performances.  In their gig at the 4th Friday at the Arts Café, it is expected that the audience will hear a mix of musical genres guaranteed to please the tastes of the audience.