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Spring is in the chair


A handful of select artists from the area responded to a challenge to transform new Adirondack chairs into the “Spirit of Ennis.” In a fundraising effort, artists, individuals, local businesses, and organizations were invited by the Ennis Arts Commission to participate in a new, public creativity challenge to turn the popular chairs into fun, functional and unique works of art. Now finished, there are sixteen on display at the new Ennis Visitor Center, located at 204 W. Knox Street through April 30. Vivid colors and in a myriad of designs, the Adirondack chairs feature their straight back and seat with wide armrests. According to the EAC, the chairs are available for purchase at a silent auction held online. Area residents or businesses can access this auction site at www.visitennis.org. Winning bidders will be notified by May 5. They are all single purchases with the exception of the Polka King and Queen, which will be sold together. There is a minimum bid. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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