Ukrainian-born Faribault business owner Ana Gawtry is a woman who learns from experience.
It’s typically one of the busier nights for Rice County emergency personnel, but it’s a different kind of busy.
It started as a small, one-day gathering for Ivan Willock, his family and a group of his wood-carving friends.
“I don’t ever see myself not doing this.”
On display through September at the F-Town Brewing Co. in Faribault, you can see the work of two sisters who gave themselves three days to create six pieces of art.
While the rest of the world was busy pillaging an IKEA, Costco or nearby outlet mall, Faribault residents had no shortage of options right in their own backyard.
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To the editor:
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