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670 R Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, Mass.

Honoring Dr. Daniel J. Fairbanks, Associate Dean, College of Science and Health, Utah Valley University, professional artist, and certified forensic sculptor. Dr. Fairbanks meticulously restored Cyrus Dallin’s On the Warparth. The sculpture had been donated to the museum in badly damaged condition in 2007.

The Summer Soiree will raise crucial funds to address high-priority goals in the Dallin Museum’s new strategic plan, such as expanding education programs for the Arlington public schools. Proceeds will also provide much needed support for collections care, staffing, and operations.

Fundraiser Highlights:
♦ Unveiling of On the Warpath
♦ Violin performance by Dr. Donna Fairbanks, Chair, Department of Music, Utah Valley University
♦ Reminiscences from Museum founders James McGough and Stephen Gilligan
♦ Gourmet hors d’oeuvres provided by Menotomy Grill & Tavern and cash bar
♦ Silent auction featuring unique artworks and experiences with relevance to Dallin’s life and legacy. Generous donors to the silent auction include Ace Archers, Arts Emerson, Freedom Trail Foundation, Huntington Theatre Company, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Massachusetts Audubon Society, Off the Eaten Path, Pilgrim Hall Museum, Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, Plimoth Plantation, Truro Vineyards, and artists Chris Costello, Anne-Marie DeLaunay-Danizio, and Anne Sterling.


Daniel Johnson
The Dallin Family

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watercolor view by Chuck Luca

Art on the Green & Town Day Raffle
September 12, 2015

Browse and shop for art, hand crafted goods, collectibles, and books at Art on the Green! on Arlington Town Day in front of the museum from 10-4. Each year, the museum hosts Art on the Green! and the park is filled with beautiful hand crafted goods including paintings, prints, photographs, hand made soaps, clothing, blown glass, paper goods, and pottery.  We also have vendors offering sports collectibles and a bookseller hosting popular authors for book signings of recent publications!  It’s a fun day for all.  The museum admission will be free on Town Day. Tour the galleries and browse gift items in the museum tent in the park.  Free parking will be available in the municipal lot behind the building.

Additionally, we will have our Town Day Museum Raffle with great prizes.  This is an important fundraiser from the museum that supports museum educational programs throughout the year!

Enter the raffle to win gift certificates and merchandise from local businesses!

Purchase tickets at the Dallin Museum Fridays-Sundays, 12-4 pm, or buy them at the Museum’s tent during Art on the Green. Can’t make it to the Museum? Support us by purchasing raffle tickets online! (See paypal links on the left side of this page). We will send you confirmation of your purchased tickets and notify you by phone or email if you win one of the drawings. For more information, contact us at 781-641-0747 or