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Old Palm Harbor Main Street Hosting the Second in a Series of Art Shows and Exhibits

Old Palm Harbor Main Street (OPHMS) is proud to present the Professional Association of Visual Artists (PAVA) at Harbor Hall on April 25, 2008 between the hours of 6:00 and 8:00PM.

The exhibitors for this show are very talented local photographers David Lawrence, Tony Blue, David Ewart, Steve Carlisle, and Ric Savid.

Along with a wonderful collection of stunning and thought provoking photographs, OPHMS will offer complimentary Hors Devourers and a Black and White Martini tasting.

There will be music and a cash bar. The show is open to the public and we encourage you to drop by and enjoy the exhibit at Harbor Hall 1190 Georgia Avenue, Palm Harbor, FL 34683.

OPHMS is already in the planning stages of the next exhibit that will take place in June and will be open to local artists independent of an art association or club. After the first show, the organization received calls from local artists wanting to exhibit their work and the decision was made to open the third show in June to the general public of artists. If you would like to take part in the show planned for June 27, please contact the office at 727.787.4700.

Old Palm Harbor contains important remnants of its history as one of the oldest communities in Pinellas County. Old Palm Harbor strives to foster a sense of community by providing places and opportunities for the neighborhood to come together and build relationships, and thus establish the community’s identity. This is done through festivals, partnership with schools and various communities groups, and programming for youth and children of the community.

Old Palm Harbor Main Street is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that strives to fulfill its mission to preserve and enhance the quality of life and business in Old Palm Harbor.

 

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