A peek at ‘The Secret Garden’

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Ed Arnos talks about the production of “The Secret Garden” Tuesday night at the main branch of the Mesa County Library.


Ed Arnos talks about the production of “The Secret Garden” Tuesday night at the main branch of the Mesa County Library. Performers included Sierra Rode and Sabrina Jackman.
The production will take place on Dec. 31 and Jan. 3 at the Robinson Theatre at Colorado Mesa University.
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