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October 15, 2009


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I'm sure I've walked by that thing so many times but I never would have thought to stop and look at it. Next time I'm in the Cultural Center, or anywhere nearby, I'll make sure to go. Sounds like a fun thing to do with kids, too. Thanks for posting!


Madeline-The whole experience was fun...kind of like one of those gumball machines where you get a little mystery box top open, with a fun gift inside. It seems like a cool way for artists to get their work out in a really accessible format.

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