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December 2, 2012

Lewiston kicks off hoidays with Christmas Walk on Saturday

Lewiston kicks off hoidays with Christmas Walk on Saturday

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Niagara Gazette — Eva Nicklas, Artistic Director of the Lewiston Council on the Arts, said some local artists, including a group of students from Lockport, turned window frames into art for sale to help the building.

“The arts council is manning the Tuscarora Art gallery during the Christmas Walk and we’re having our frame works exhibition and sale,” she said. “People in the community donated window frames, which local artists took and created art with them.”

Some of the frames include paintings, while others are stained glass.

Nicklas said the Christmas Walk is a special time in Lewiston.

“Everybody loves the Christmas Walk,” she said. “It’s just another one of those events that makes Lewiston special.”

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