On March 3 and 4, a group of 15 local accomplished artists will again hold their annual free public art show and sale at the Dickinson Railroad Depot. More than 50 paintings in pastel, acrylic, collage and oil will hang in one of the two train depots on the property. It is the 10th year for the annual show sponsored by myself, and it continues to grow in participation and attendance. 

This art show and sale will be held at the Dickinson Historic Railroad Center, 218 FM 517 W., in Dickinson. The center is home to the 1902 Dickinson Depot and the 1896 League City Depot. The buildings have been lovingly maintained by the Dickinson Historical Society, whose mission, among other things is to honor the heritage of the Dickinson area. Joan Malmrose is the executive director. 

The show is free and will be open to the public on March 3, with an artist's reception from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The show also will be available from noon to 4 p.m. March 4. Refreshments will be served and there will be a table with art priced at $50 and under for sale. Come and support local artists. 

Pam Hatch

League City


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