Arc of Monroe art show coming up Tuesday
The Arc of Monroe has been providing services and opportunities to people with developmental or intellectual disabilities for more than 60 years.
Among the many programs the Arc offers is the Community Arts Connection.
Arc students will have their artwork on display and up for sale on the second floor of the Barnes & Noble in Pittsford tomorrow from 5-7 p.m.
Proceeds will go right back to supporting the program.
We got to meet one of the artists, Amanda Vito, this morning, along with Shawna Boynton, who's the Community Arts Connection coordinator at the Arc of Monroe.