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Meet the Artist reception at Temple Israel in Portsmouth, NH, August 21, 2011

5­–7pm: Wine and Cheese "Meet the Artist" reception in conjunction with the "Remembering Zinkov" exhibition at Temple Israel in Portsmouth, NH.
Temple Israel, 200 State Street, Portsmouth, NH
RSVP: Please respond to 603 436 5301 x 10 
or office@templeisraelnh.org

 

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