Area Organization Aims to Provide Access to the Arts to Both Young and Old

Posted by Erika Funke on

Pink Arrow arts was founded in 2018 in Susquehanna county to provide access to the arts for everyone, especially the young and the elderly who may not have the opportunity to take part in creative activities. The group is housed in a historic home in Montrose. Sharing space with an art gallery and a bookstore. Pink arrow hosts workshops, presents concerts and invites people from the county and beyond to join them in celebrating the talents of the region's residents.

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