All Things Important Monthly Newsletter - November 2022
Our Annual Art Show & Sale is this weekend!

Saturday and Sunday
November 12-13

Please stop in to see what your fellow HAS members have been creating and meet the artists themselves. It is the perfect opportunity to purchase unique local gifts for this holiday season as well as get inspired yourself!
You will find us at the Lawrence Barn on Depot Rd. 10am-4pm

Gallery on West Pearl
Right on the heels of our November show, we have a call for artists for our next collection to be shown in Nashua at our Gallery on West Pearl.

We will be refreshing our Gallery's exhibit on November 18th. All members in good standing are able to submit art that will be hung through December and into the beginning of January.

Our new Member Exhibition will be up in time for the Nashua Stroll and we anticipate a large turnout for this event.

If you are interested in submitting artwork, please visit our website for the form and additional information.

The Hollis Arts Society’s “Gallery on West Pearl” is located in the GNMH Building at 100 W Pearl St, Nashua, NH 03060.

HAS is part of this year's Nashua Stroll
The Return of the Stroll
Hollis Arts Society is excited to have our Gallery on West Pearl open for this year's Holiday Stroll.
Typically attracting roughly 40,000 people to Downtown Nashua, the Holiday Stroll is a candlelit procession down Main Street from City Hall south to Library Hill where the City’s Holiday Tree is lit. Each year the Stroll happens on the Saturday after Thanksgiving and for 27 years, it has marked the beginning of the holiday season. This is a fun family event with Santa, food, vendors, live performances, rides, and more!
The Stroll was cancelled in 2020 and in 2021. Its return is highly anticipated to be one of the biggest and best yet.

Visit for more details.
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Hollis Arts Society Mission
Support a creative arts and performance environment for emerging and producing Artists that focuses upon professional development, access to economic opportunities and social interaction among other artists and art patrons resulting in the cultural betterment of the larger Hollis, Southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts community. 
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