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End-Of-Summer Celebration With Art, Performances And More Coming To Pullman This Weekend

The exhibitions focus on photos, sculptures and other work from local artists, while the performances focus on live music and dance.

The Pullman National Monument in the Pullman neighborhood of Chicago on August 26, 2021.
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PULLMAN — Pullman: Laboring Together, a program aimed at celebrating art and history in Pullman throughout the year, is returning this weekend with a slew of events to mark the end of summer. 

The exhibitions focus on photos, sculptures and other work from local artists, while the performances focus on live music and dance. The events run throughout the weekend.

Attendance is free.

There will be exhibitions at the Pullman National Monument Clock Tower, Greenstone United Methodist Church, the Passion of Pullman Organic Garden and Block House Gallery, plus performances at the Pullman Exhibit Hall and the Pullman Artspace Lofts’ Residential Lounge, according to organizer Voice of the City’s website.

Festivities kick off Friday at 4 p.m. at the Pullman National Monument National Park Service, 610 E. 111th St.

Click here for the full schedule.

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