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Evansville Art Center hosts Open Mic on Thursday, Aug. 18

Evansville Art Center
The Evansville Arts Coalition is at 111 Main St. in Evansville.
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EVANSVILLE — The Evansville Arts Coalition welcomes all musicians and music lovers to Open Mic on Thursday, Aug. 18, with the doors opening at 6:30 p.m.

The coalition says it offers an excellent sound system and a full keyboard Yamaha piano, as well as a cozy listening room atmosphere and an appreciative audience of music lovers.

The EAC is always looking for new musicians to join the faithful group of talented performers.

This is a free event; however, donations are accepted. Attendees may bring a treat to share at intermission if they wish. Beverages will be provided.

The Evansville Art Center is at 111 Main St. in Evansville.

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Open Mic is funded through funding made possible by Minnesota voters who approved the Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment in 2008.

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