Welcome to Lebanon Art & Crafts Association
Our member meetings are in one of the conference rooms at the Main entrance at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Please check with the reception desk to confirm the conference room number for that night's meeting.
Note that we do not have meetings in November or December due to our Christmas Show and Sale.
Show & Event Photos
Photos are posted on the website pages listed below and on our Facebook page.
2017 Christmas Show
Photos are posted on our 2017 Christmas show page
2017 Make and Take Workshop
Photos are posted on our 2017 Make and Take page
2017 Lebanon Alumni Day
Photos are posted on our 2017 Lebanon Alumni Day page
2018 Board Members
President — Garrick Ippolitto
Vice President — Dorothy Hayes
Treasurer — Jane Oakes
Assistant Treasurer — Barbara Richmond
Secretary — Lisa Gray
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Lebanon Art and Crafts Association
P.O. Box 188
Lebanon, NH 03766
Lebanon Art & Crafts Association thanks Peter Johnson and Bruce Waters for helping us with the show location in West Lebanon.
Thank you to Matt Cross of WNTK/WUVR for helping us with radio promotions on his stations this year.
See the Community page for thank yous from prior years.
The Lebanon Art and Crafts Association (LACA) is a cooperative membership organization based in the Upper Valley area of New Hampshire.
The active and helpful members of LACA represent a wide variety of crafts and craft people in the Upper Valley.
Types of Membership
We offer the following two types of membership:
- Individual: "Anyone actively involved in the pursuit of art or crafts and who expects to take an active part in the Association may become a member upon payment of dues."
- Group: "A group of up to three individuals engaged in collaboratively producing arts or crafts...Group Memberships of more than three individuals shall be approved by the Board.")
Our Next Meeting
Lebanon Art and Crafts Association Scholarship in Memory of Alden Burt
Each April we select a deserving high school senior who shows a proficiency in the arts and will be pursuing the arts as their minor or major in college. Since 1999, LACA has donated over $13,000 to local area schools. These funds are generated from sales and raffles at our annual Christmas show, which is located in rented space somewhere in the Upper Valley.
(Note that in 2018 we changed the due date from May 1 to April 1.)
The latest scholarship application is listed on our Applications page.