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  • Due to a recent surge in COVID-19 cases throughout our region, it is vital that critical precautions be taken now in the interest of the health and safety of our families, neighbors and area businesses. 

    In Wisconsin, it’s in our nature to do right by our friends and neighbors. While visiting Rhinelander or patronizing Rhinelander Area businesses, please wear a mask when out in public, sanitize your hands often, keep gatherings small, maintain proper social distancing from others and aspire to be kind and understanding to all. 

    As you patronize businesses, please know that hours and operations may look different than normal. Reach out to businesses in advance to learn about their expectations, safety precautions and changes.

    Thank you for doing your part – We’re all in this together even from six feet apart. ❤ 

    #WeAreInThisTogether #BeSafeBeWellBeKind #LoveOurCommunity #supporteachother

  • Art Start Galleries

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    Name: Art Start Galleries
    Date: December 4, 2020
    Time: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM CST
    Event Description:
    ArtStart is implementing cleaning, mask, and social distancing recommendations provided by the CDC and local health officials. All gallery visitors are required to wear a mask and remain 6 feet apart. Hand sanitizer and masks are available if needed.

    Sigils for Travelers of I-94 | Andrea Carlson
    August 28 – October 31

    “I squint my eyes at buildings and imagine what the land looks like underneath, that is Indigenous Futurism” - Andrea Carlson

    Drawing on her Ojibwe heritage, Carlson creates images that “celebrate the joy of Indigenous people found in places that we’ve made for ourselves, in places that were necessitated because of our exclusion elsewhere.” The exhibition title incorporates the Latin meaning of Sigil—medicine or poison and the space along Interstate highway 94.


    Shooting Buffalo | Andy Messerschmidt
    August 28 – October 31

    As part of Andy Messerschmidt’s 900+ piece Agrocult series, this exhibition’s focus is on the “anthropological cataclysm of the agrocults”. The artist’s work asks the viewer to review and evaluate the many changes brought upon the land by humankind.

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