Your town in brief: Let the sunshine in at Kingsbury

Published January 17, 2013 1:01 am
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Sidewalks • Layne Meacham's exhibit "Sidewalks" includes large-scale acrylic and mixed-media paintings. Meacham depicts black polka dots of old chewed gum and brightly colored spray-painted symbols of city street departments. Jan. 18-25 at The Art Barn, 1325 E. 100 South (Reservoir Park). For more information, call 801-596-5000.

'Hair' • It's been 40 years since this group of pacifists first graced the stage with their message of peace, love and understanding. The grand finale of this particular revival has willing spectators joining in for an onstage dance party. The curtain goes up at Kingsbury Hall on Jan. 19 at various times. Call 801-581-7100.

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