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The historic Dixon building dates back to 1879.
Photo by George Lauby
Chris Blakely in an outer office upstairs
Photo by George Lauby
Photographer Ron Boerner inside the gallery during remodeling.

An open house was held Monday for the renovated Dixon building, the oldest standing building in downtown North Platte. The building dates back to 1879.

The building is at 516 N. Dewey. It has been renovated in keeping with its historical nature.

Businesses inside, including the Art and Gift Gallery, have been significantly remodeled and are part of the open house. Ribbon cutting ceremonies are at noon. The open house is from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. .

Upstairs, offices and hallways have been remodeled and are home to Blakely Enterprises, the company that coordinated the renovations. The entire buildin is open for viewing and everyone is invited to attend.

At the gallery, nine area member artists are featuring their original works in five sub-galleries.

Live music and refreshments will be served.

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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 6/16/2014
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