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“I started painting watercolor birds to better be able to identify them when I was out at the local wildlife refuge,” she said. “I’ve since expanded into fish, fishing Lures and local landscapes.”

Come to her Culture Crawl reception and show to meet the artist and learn how Montana influenced her artistic journey starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 13.

Clay Works! In the Bitterroot, located at 325 Main St. in Hamilton, has plans to bring the outdoor sidewalk sale inside. “Second Chance Pots” will be specially priced so they can find a new home. These pots are often made by students of Clay Works! as they improve their pottery skills. There will be great deals that get the spring garden and patio ideas flowing.

Art City, located at 325 Main St. in Hamilton, will have their “mARTch Madness Deaccession Sale.” This is a special sale of excess inventory, arts and craft supplies, books, personal collections, and other Objet d’Art! Whether you are in the hunt for an antique or a thrifty deal on art supplies, you need to visit this sale.

Cherry Street Café, located at 225 Main St. in Hamilton, will be open for Culture Crawl and is now open to inside seating from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday with a walk-up window on 3rd Street. The café offers a culinary experience by allowing customers to choose from thirteen different fresh ingredients and put them together to enjoy their unique creation that is delicious and fun.

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