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Newsletter – January 2023

January 2023 Newsletter

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The Blog
Grandpa Al

If you have visited Dunn’s Attic during a major holiday, you have seen Grandpa Al doing what he loved to do, dressing up for the occasion and handing out candy to the children. The Dunn family lost Al after he carried out his Christmas duties at the store, and we are still coming to terms with the void Al leaves.

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Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens

The Ormond Beach Memorial Art Museum & Gardens was founded in 1946 with a mission to inspire the community through art and nature while honoring those who fought for freedom. Work by prominent national and international artists is featured in exhibitions throughout the year, in addition to an annual student show and other pop-ups highlighting talented local artists. The exhibit calendar is varied and includes works in all mediums and styles. The museum also has a rotating selection of spiritual oil paintings from the Malcolm Fraser Permanent Collection on display in the reception gallery.

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Repurpose & Reuse

You will always hear the phrase, “Friends Don’t Let Friends Buy Retail,” here at the shop because you do not have to buy new to have a new look for any space. Where you shop here or have an antique that you want to spruce up, repurposing and reusing furniture is smart, practical, and easy on the wallet.

Get inspired to be creative with the video below.

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Community Outreach

9th Annual Granda Grand Festival of the Arts 
This year the festival returns to New Britain Avenue between Beach Street and Ridgewooompetition, music, food, beer & wine, and so much more. This free festival has more than 80 artists and crafters and new activities for the whole family. Support your local businesses and artists by attending this event. Learn more by clicking the button below.
” You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do.”   
 – Dr. Seuss