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Don’t forget First Friday on March 2. As always we gather at the Garden Room @Dartington at 1 to share lunch then reconvene at 2 for guest artist talk. This month Donna Mitchell will be interviewed by Mark Leahy (who will also host the event. FREE and open to all. pic.twitter.com/jGZERulQfF

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