I have another piano exhibition scheduled for next spring. It will be
April 10 – May 8, 2015 at the Loome Theological Booksellers 2270 Neal
Av. North, Stillwater, Minnesota.
Proprietor, Chris Hagen, has graciously offered the use of some of his
bookstore space for the show. This being in a “rural’ setting brings a
certain ambiance to the show, (watch out for the chickens when you
drive in the yard!). Plan also to spend some time in his shop, you
will probably find something that you can’t live with out.(Which I
have done several times.) Drive through the yard to the north side of
the barn around back, watch for the signs.
I will again be hosting tours, scheduled for Monday – Friday at 10:00,
1:00 and 3:00. Evening and weekend times are available also.
I am excited about the opportunity to exhibit in the Twin Cities
I am looking forward to seeing you this spring!
I would like to announce that I will be hosting another exhibition this spring! The show will be at the Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer 2001 2nd St. NW, Watertown, SD, May 16 – June 15, with an opening Gala on Friday evening May 16 at 7:00 at the church.
Tours will be offered Monday – Friday during the four weeks of the show at 10:00, 1:00, and 3:00. Evening and weekend tours will be available by appointment.
The church has graciously offered their Great Hall as an exhibition venue. This will be a great place to show the pianos! Because the hall is part of the church’s hospitality space, I will occasionally need to cancel a tour because of a funeral etc. This will create a slight inconvenience. Before driving a distance to see the exhibition, please contact me at email@example.com or telephone 605.676.2355.
I look forward to seeing you this spring!
I am excited to announce that I have another exhibition planned!!
It will be at the Dassel History Center, in Dassel, MN, April 7 – May 5, 2013. Dassel is about an hour west of the Twin Cities on Highway 12.
The History Center has re purposed the old Universal Laboratories building and it will be an interesting venue. The space has a “post and beam, grain mill” feel to it and has an intriguing ambiance.
I hope that you will consider making the trip to Dassel this spring!!