Flower Show 2021 Announcement

After much consideration, the lingering impact of the Coronavirus has forced organizers to cancel the Attleboro Arts Museum’s 2021 Flower Show.  Despite a genuine effort to re-imagine the layout, attractions, programs and flow of guests, organizers believe that a truly safe Flower Show in March 2021 is not achievable.  

The Flower Show, an annual 4-day/1-night fundraising event that brought close to 2500 guests to the AAM in 2019, is a community favorite.  Large crowds gather to take in lush garden installations, meet in the Show’s café, come face-to-face with live animals, listen to musical performances and more.  In 2020, the Show’s 29th consecutive year, doors were about to open to the public when the Coronavirus took hold, and the Museum was forced to close for over three months.  

However, a popular component of the Flower Show can still safely be presented – its natured-themed art exhibition. The display of original art, this year entitled “Back to Nature,” will showcase work in a range of disciplines that relate to the natural world.  Along with the “Back to Nature” exhibition, the Museum’s gift shop will expand, and the organization’s popular “extraordinary” raffles will be offered. These attractions will not be called the “Flower Show” – they’ll be treated as an AAM exhibition with select special features. “Back to Nature” will be on view from March 4th – 19th, 2021.

Organizers are hopeful that the complete Flower Show, and all that makes it a highlight of the year, will bloom again in 2022.  

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