Thursday, March 22 – Sunday, March 25 – Attleboro Arts Museum 2012 Flower Show


The Attleboro Arts Museum Flower Show is one of the organization’s largest and most anticipated annual fundraising events.  Whether you come simply to bask in the promise of spring, stimulate your own creativity, or support arts programming in southeastern Massachusetts, you will be sure to leave feeling pleasure, inspiration, and a sense of revival. Thursday through Saturday (March 22 – 24) 9:30 am – 4:30 pm, Sunday (March 25) 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm.  Admission each day is $3 for adults, children 9 and under free.  Breakfast and lunch are served daily by Morin’s Diner of Attleboro, in the lower level of the Museum.  The 2012 theme of Garden America: Freedom of Expression prompts Flower Show landscapers and florists to use beloved and iconic American artworks as inspiration for their garden creations. From “Mount Rushmore’s” reflective gaze, to Shepard Fairy’s call for “Hope” to painter Jasper Johns patriotic interpretation “Three Flags” – visual art has helped define and express our identity as a nation.  Complete directions to 86 Park Street in Attleboro, and more information may be found at www.attleboroartsmuseum.org.