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December 7, 2013

Art part of NT Winter Walk


Tonawanda News — “I think it worked really well and people were really excited,” Mary Simpson, director of the art center, said of the summer Art Walk. “Websters’s Bistro is involved again, so it’s nice to have a little treat waiting for you at the end.

“We each serve very different audiences, and it was a great opportunity for people to understand what’s going on in North Tonawanda.”

Events will also take place today at The River Art Gallery and Gifts on Webster Street, which is running its “The Art of Giving” show through Dec. 26. The opening reception will take place today.

The gallery opens at 11 a.m., with a local authors’ book-signing event from noon to 4 p.m. featuring Jeanne Treat, author of the Dark Birthright trilogy; Greg Gumkowsk, author of “A Glimpse of Heaven,” “A Piece of Heaven” and “The Ragman;” and Bertamae Ives, author of “Between Tampax and Depends,” “Ring in the Holidays” and “Doing Good for Goodness’ Sake.” It will remain open to 8 p.m.

IF YOU GO • WHAT: Winter Art Walk • WHEN: 3 to 7 p.m. today at Project 308, 3 to 8 p.m. today at Carnegie Center and River Art Gallery • WHERE: Project 308 Gallery, 308 Oliver St., Carnegie Art Center, 240 Goundry St., and River Art Gallery, 83 Webster St, North Tonawanda

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