July 26

Redfish Grill gets historic makeover

The Art in Storefront Windows project unveiled its latest masterpiece on Friday. A historical photograph of Baker Street was mounted in the window of what used to be the Redfish Grill.

The Art in Storefront Windows project unveiled its latest masterpiece on Friday. A historical photograph of Baker Street was mounted in the window of what used to be the Redfish Grill.

City councillor Marg Stacey, Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce manager Tom Thomson, councillor Deb Kozak, Deborah Loxam-Kohl, city manager Kevin Cormack, Nelson and District Credit Union marketing and relationship development manager Tom Atkins, Cultural Development Commission chair Stephanie Fischer and cultural development officer Joy Barrett were present for the completion of the newest project.

Art in Storefront Windows has been made possible by many community partners including the City of Nelson, Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce, Nelson Economic Development Partnership, Nelson/Kootenay Lake Tourism Association, Nelson and District Credit Union and the Nelson Business Association.

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