CANCELED: 2020 Boardwalk Art Show

CANCELED: 2020 Boardwalk Art Show

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Virginia MOCA announced today the cancellation of the 2020 Boardwalk Art Show scheduled for the weekend of October 23. “It was a tough but necessary call given public safety concerns,” said Virginia MOCA Executive Director, Gary Ryan. “The good news is that we...
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