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'Bridging the Arts' connects De Pere businesses and artists

6:04 PM, Jun. 14, 2013
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Downtown De Pere is taking a turn as an art gallery.

The new event this year - called Bridging the Arts - had its second offering Friday evening, with one one more to come on July 12. It's sponsored by Definitely De Pere, a De Pere Main Street program, and is aimed at bringing together local businesses, artists and residents.

"We had 36 cooperating businesses and about 45 local artists participate," said Allyson Watson, executive director of Definitely De Pere. "We had two more businesses this month than we had last month and the same number of artists. About three-quarters of the artists ...

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