After 13 years of running the city's arts and culture classes and programs, Diane Amaral is retiring, and she has big plans of traveling and spending time with family.
Amaral was program coordinator for the city's Division of Arts & Culture. She had an office at Hutchins Street Square, though she spent a large portion of her time in the community, working with teachers from ballet to comedy and getting her hands dirty at workshops for the city's mosaic projects. Amaral helped create a strong lineup of classes, from culinary arts to dance and even comic strip art.
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