The mission of the Lakeville Arts Council (LAC) is to support and
encourage the arts and culture within our community and surrounding communities. This is accomplished through the events we sponsor and organize completely through volunteerism. The largest event is the annual Lakeville Arts&Music Festival. At this event we encourage the participation of young and old as artists, crafters, musicians, all types of performers, local food vendors such as church organizations and other. We also provide space for non-profit entities to share information such as the PACE Child Care Works, Mullein Hill Christian Academy, Nine Lives "No Kill" Cat Shelter, and The Home for Little Wanderers/Foster Care to mention a few. Municipal entities such as the USPS to accept passport applications and the Town Clerk to enable citizens to register to vote also participate.
News & Events
Our eleventh annual Lakeville Arts&Music Festival will place Saturday, October 3, 2015 between 10am-4pm. This is the Council's largest event of the year! Look below and visit our website to view photos of last years event.
Two 2015 summer concerts are planned for July 7 and July 28. Check out our website for details in early June 2015.
The 2015 "Made In Lakeville" Holiday Craft and Gift sale will take place on Saturday, December 12, at the Senior Center on 1 Deer Road and the Lakeville Public Library at 4 Precinct Street from 10am-3PM.
March 28, 2015 the Lakeville Public Library hosted a Morning Tea with Friends. Rita Parisi entertained the guests as Mrs. Gordon telling stories of life and fashion in 1908 Boston. The Meeting Room/ Gallery inside the library was set up as a Tea Room with treats and tea.
Mark Mello and his Civil War encampment joined the 2014 Lakeville Arts and Music Festival with an entire day rich with authentic weapons and lots of history.
This is a scene from the 2014 "Made In Lakeville" Craft and Gift Sale held in December annually.
The town crier stopped for a chat with one of the weavers at the Festival.