The Arts and Eats Tour, which included the Richland Gull Lake area in its scope, took place October 21 to 22. The Tour is a free, self-driving event in which visitors can drop in at a variety of partner organizations; participating restaurants, art studios and gallery sites are specified by maps featured on the Arts and Eats website.It not only offered the public a chance to enjoy local food and art, but an opportunity for restaurants, galleries and artists to show the public its specialties.
Gallery sites serve to showcase a variety of local work all at once. One such environment is Design Street, a “nonprofit art education studio located in the former Plainwell Fire Station.”
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