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Fine art just got thrifty: Don't miss Art for the Cash Poor

Need a holiday gift for the art lover in your life but don’t have the budget to buy a Van Gogh?

Fine art just got thrifty: Don't miss Art for the Cash Poor

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InLiquid’s fine art sale “Art for the Cash Poor” will be arriving in Midtown Village this holiday season for consumers to purchase all of their gifts for friends, co-workers and loved ones.
InLiquid’s fine art sale “Art for the Cash Poor” will be arriving in Midtown Village this holiday season for consumers to purchase all of their gifts for friends, co-workers and loved ones.

Need a holiday gift for the art lover in your life but don’t have the budget to buy a Van Gogh?

InLiquid’s annual fine art sale, “Art for the Cash Poor,” will be arriving in Midtown Village for a holiday preview Friday, November 30 at the William Way Community Center (1315 Spruce Street) from 5-8 pm.

Attendees can shop homemade art, design items and crafts by InLiquid Creative Members priced anywhere from under $100 to $199.  A holiday craft making station for children, a gift-wrapping station and light refreshments will be available on premise.

The holiday sale will resume on December 1 and 2 from 12-5pm.

When: Friday, Nov. 30, 5-8pm

Where: William Way Community Center, 1315 Spruce Street

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