For the Reboli Center’s November Third Friday, the Reboli Center itself will be the program’s focus. November is a special month for the Reboli Center. In November 2012 we received formal notification of our not-for-profit status which paved the way for a permanent site. In November 2015 everyone got their first look at the building that was going to be transformed into the Reboli Center for Art and History. Finally, in November 2016, the doors were officially opened for business.
This amazing journey will be celebrated with a special photo journey and anecdotes. The realization of an idea Lois Reboli dreamed harkens to the theme of Kobi Yamada’s 2014 award-winning book, What Do You Do with an Idea? Yamada’s book is a story to inspire anyone of any age to welcome an idea no matter how big, how odd, how difficult and see what happens next. At times Lois’s dream seemed too big, too difficult, too challenging and arduous to be realized. the Reboli Center for Art and History is now a successful community asset, the recipient of a variety of awards, and looks forward to many more outstanding exhibits and programs. It’s time to reflect and celebrate!