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Shadow Catcher Exhibit draws to a close this Sunday

Kelly Stober, Andi Armstrong, and Hal Stober browse the 'Shadow Catcher' exhibit of photogravures from the Edward S. Curtis collection, Saturday.
Kelly Stober, Andi Armstrong, and Hal Stober browse the ‘Shadow Catcher’ exhibit of photogravures from the Edward S. Curtis collection, Saturday.

As the month-long exhibition of photographs of early Native Americans comes to an end, the weekend provides a final opportunity to experience the ‘Shadow Catcher’ collection by Edward S. Curtis.
Hosted by the Citizens for a Better Williams (CBW) will come to a close on Sunday, Nov. 27.
“We will be having a closing ceremony on Sunday,” said Pat Ash, CBW President. “It’s been a wonderful opportunity to showcase this collection.”
Ash commented that Charlie Wright of the Kletsel Dehe Band of Wintun Indians will return and provide the closing ceremonies at 4 PM on Sunday.
The exposition is open Saturday, Nov. 26 and Sunday, Nov. 27 from 10 AM to 5 PM upstairs at the Historic Masonic “Tuscan Lodge. The Lodge is located at 528 7th Street in downtown Williams. The cost to attend the event is $15 for adults and $10 for students.

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