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Winter Arts Crawl – Saturday, Feb. 16

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The theme for the Winter Arts Crawl celebrates love – “All You Need is Love”. Stores, eateries, galleries and other merchants will be presenting exhibits, live music, open houses, artisans, food & drink specials, art activities and more. Bring the folks you love to the town you love and visit the shops you love (and discover some new places to love!) on Saturday, February 16, 5:00 – 9:00 pm. This free “neighborhood-night-on-the-town” will feature an interactive art activity in the City Hall courtyard and the Artisans’ Corner near the South Pasadena Historical Museum.

The stores are busy making plans for their special events and activities. Make sure you mark your calendar and check back here, on our social media and in the local papers for all the details you’ll need to plan a “love”ly Saturday evening in South Pasadena!

For merchant and artist participation, please contact Hope Perello, Director of SPACE, at southpasarts@sbcglobal.net. The quarterly Arts Crawls are organized by the South Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, and produced by SPACE, to highlight the city’s unique business district and provide a showcase for artists and musicians.

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