For fans of Art at the Dump, good news: Jacobson is hard at work

With one hand on a glue gun and another on her computer keyboard, Gail Jacobson has made projects like these from recycled cookie tins for Art at the Dump. Photo By Karen Bartomioli

CORNWALL — Looking for unusual, fun and (mostly) useful art? Head for Art at the Dump, April 29 and 30, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Cornwall Transfer Station.

This is the 12th annual Art at the Dump, which is the first social event of the season. A long, snowy winter means there is now plenty of room in the sand shed for art. And rain or shine, it’s always a good time. Bring the kids. Bring the dog. Bring the checkbook, because 30 percent of the proceeds go to the Cornwall Consolidated School art department.

And there are always things there that people just have to have.

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