National Arts and Humanities Month, October 2018 City of Hahira Celebrates the Arts and Humanities
HAHIRA, GA—The City of Hahira joins thousands of arts organizations and communities across the nation to celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month throughout October. The City of Hahira will share this message through activities that honor the efforts of artists, teachers, and so many others working to make the arts and humanities a part of everyone’s life.
“The City of Hahira is home to a wide variety of local artist including painters, metal workers, musicians, architects, jewelry makers, singers, dancers, writers, photographers, and much more,” said Mayor Bruce Cain.
Everyone in the community is encouraged to participate in what has become the country’s largest annual collective celebration of the arts and humanities. The City of Hahira is planning special activities for National Arts and Humanities Month to include a proclamation, pop up art pieces by local artist Mindy Reese, an outdoor movie, an art donation and visiting artists to a local school. Additional information will be shared throughout the month on the “Hahira Happenings” Facebook page.
“The arts and humanities play an important role in our lives and the vitality of our communities,” said Robert L. Lynch, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts. “The arts allow us to explore ideas, express emotions, and better appreciate cultures from around the world. National Arts and Humanities Month is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the positive impact that the arts bring to our schools and communities.”