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2012 East Point Lighthouse Artists' Day and Open House
Commission members Patricia Gale and Roy Kaneshiki join Matthew Pisarski in front of one of the Commission's new banners displayed at the East Point Lighthouse Artists' Day and Open House on September 15, 2012.
2011 East Point Artists Day
The 2011 East Point Artists' Day, celebrated this year on Saturday, September 17, 2011, was documented by noted videographer John Thornton. Sponsored each year by the Cultural & Heritage Commission, this free event is a day for families and individuals to enjoy the environmental beauty and artistic excellence of Cumberland County. The event also spotlights the continuing restoration efforts for East Point Lighthouse, built in 1849.
of the Cumberland County Cultural and Heritage Commission
is dedicated to the development and promotion of public
interest in the arts and history of local and county cultural
Ensuring that the programming supported by the Cultural & Heritage Commission is available to the widest possible audience is among the highest of Commission priorities. This includes access for people with disabilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law in 1990 and requires that all providers of public programs and services make those offerings equally accessible to all people regardless of any individual's physical or mental disability. The Commission is dedicated to assisting the Cumberland County cultural community both fulfill its obligations and bring the arts to all people. All venues utilized by the Commission are wheelchair accessible. Assistive services such as sign language interpreting, audio description, and open captioning are available upon request provided 15 days in advance. Large print publications are available at all times. Please contact the Cumberland County Department of Planning and Development at (856) 453-2175 for further accessibility details.