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Dunedin Fine Arts Center work is done

DUNEDIN — After six years of effort, the fourth and final phase of construction to expand the Dunedin Fine Arts Center has been completed. The 7,300-square-foot second-floor addition to the center's main campus, 1143 Michigan Blvd., houses six studio classrooms. The total cost of the project, paid for with contributions, was $5.7 million. For information about the center, call Ken Hannon at (727) 298-3232 or visit dfac.org.

Dunedin Fine Arts Center work is done 10/27/16 [Last modified: Thursday, October 27, 2016 12:41pm]
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