Of all the pieces hanging on the walls of the Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts in Palmer Lake, the most unadorned perhaps holds the most weight. Tucked away, in a place where most would pass without notice, there is a rendering on the wall depicting what the center would look like if it expanded to […]
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