Rutland Herald | April 24, 2013
By GORDON DRITSCHILO
The museum, a project of the Rutland Creative Economy group, announced Monday it will relocate to the former Art and Antiques on Center location at 17 Center St.
“Gus Louras approached us and offered us a great deal on the space, so we’ll be moving this summer,” organizer Chris Ettori said, adding that the museum only has to pay for the utilities on the space. “I guess it’s a lease — it’s rather informal.”
Ettori said they had similar arrangement at the location they have used during the last two summers, half a block down in a former furniture store.
“The difference is, that was an understanding we would just be there during Friday Night Live,” he said. “Here, we intend to be there three to four days a week.”
The announcement comes as the group gears up for its first major fundraiser of the year, a pig roast from 4 to 10 p.m. April 30 that Roots the Restaurant will host.
“There’ll be food, drinks, music and, of course, kids’ entertainment,” Ettori said. More…(Paywall)
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