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Performing arts center opens in Stockholm

The musical duo "Dreamland Faces" is the headline act of Saturday's performance. The musicians will use an accordion and a saw for their instruments.1 / 2
A member of the Sahara Gypsy Tribe Dance Troupe who will be performing Saturday during the initial performance at the WideSpot Performing Arts Center.2 / 2

STOCKHOLM - Attention area artists of all kinds: If you're looking to showcase your talents, Stockholm has a place for you.

The WideSpot Performing Arts Center and Community Project will host its first performance 7:30 p.m. this Saturday with what organizers call "a cabaret-style evening of delectable entertainment."

"It's about discovering new acts whether they're eclectic or traditional and giving them their place to perform," said Kelli Tatum, executive director of WideSpot.

The opening night consists of a dance troupe, a presentation of two short films and a musical duo that uses an accordion and saws for instruments.

For more please read the Oct. 14 print version of the Herald.

Jason Schulte

Jason Schulte is a reporter for the New Richmond News since February 2015. Prior to that he spent eight years at the Pierce County Herald in Ellsworth. His duties with the News will include covering news out of Hammond and Roberts along with action from St. Croix County court system. He lives in Roberts. 

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