CANO unveils new renewed efforts to expand arts in Upstate NY

The Community Arts Network of Oneonta announced some new and renewed programs Wednesday as it evolves from the Upper Catskill Community Council of the Arts, an arts group formed more than 40 years ago.

It was a packed night at Wilber Mansion, the 11 Ford Ave. home of the arts organization.  CANO board President Raina D'Amico spoke to a privately assembled group of artists and arts supporters from all over Otsego and Delaware Counties about the new and continuing factors of the group.

To go with its new name, CANO has a new website -- and it will provide links to events and activities.

We are very fortunate here in our little community in Upstate NY to have so many talented artists. CANO is gearing up for its next event -- the 10th annual City of the Hills Arts Festival on Aug. 4.

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