Name that tune

The opening of this year’s annual fundraiser for the Harris-Warke Gallery, at 4924 Ross St. drew a good crowd — from left,, Sharon Van Essen, Christine and Gwen Jensen — all of whom were willing participants in the Name That Tune contest.

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The opening of this year’s annual fundraiser for the Harris-Warke Gallery, at 4924 Ross St. drew a good crowd — from left,, Sharon Van Essen, Christine and Gwen Jensen — all of whom were willing participants in the Name That Tune contest. The contest is open to anyone who visits the gallery by Friday, November 20th. Visitors to the gallery are asked to inspect all of the pieces of art on display, and then write down the name of the recorded piece of music each could be associated with. The name of the performer will also suffice. All of the pieces of art on display are for sale for $30 each. The contest winner will receive a $50 Sunworks gift certificate. The funds raised go towards the operational expense of the gallery.

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