Peterson’s Gallery and Chocolatier
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The mission of Peterson’s Gallery is to “provide a professional environment to showcase the creative productions of artists from the region and beyond.” Various media and styles will be featured. Each month, Peterson’s will display a different artist with the show opening reception to take place during the First Friday Art Walk.
Peterson’s is also pleased to offer the artisan chocolate creations of certified chocolatier Alyssa Peterson which will include handmade truffles, ganache, drinking chocolate and a variety of chocolate barks made daily on-site, using only the finest ingredients. French-pressed coffees and teas will be served as well.
Peterson’s will also offer unique gifts and smaller works of art from local artists and craftsmen.
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