PCA Finds A Home; Plans to Open in September

Saturday, July 4th, 2009 at 1:38 am

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The Pine Center for the Arts (PCA) has a home.  Thursday, the board of directors finalized a month-to-month lease agreement for the old Corner Photo Store in downtown Pine City.  Board member Kris Seuntjens says the 1,400 square foot facility is what the PCA hopes is the house of great ideas and creativity.

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The group initially targeted the old county courthouse as a potential location for the headquarters, however,  the county continues to consider the future of the facility.   Seuntjens says while the Corner Photo location is not as large as the courthouse, it is a good start for what the PCA wants to accomplish.

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Classes and programs will not start at the new location until September. Seuntjens does say, however, that the Pine Center for the Arts will hold an open house during Art Fest, July 18th.  She adds that this is a prime opportunity to introduce the community to the PCA’s vision.

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1 Comment

  1. Kris Seuntjens 07/6/09 at 11:00am

    Sam,

    Thank you for the great publicity!

    Kris

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