Banfill-Locke visitors cash in on fun

Visitors enjoyed a variety of activities July 8 as part of Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts Family Art Sunday.

Rachel Verhoef, 15, of Andover takes part July 8 in an art treasure hunt, one of the activities offered at Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts Family Art Sunday. The hunt centered on Banfill’s current exhibit, “Medium of Exchange: The Art of Cash.” Visitors also took part in a cartooning session and checked out the art displays. BLCA is located in Fridley. Photo by Elyse Kaner

Rachel Verhoef, 15, of Andover takes part July 8 in an art treasure hunt, one of the activities offered at Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts Family Art Sunday. The hunt centered on Banfill’s current exhibit, “Medium of Exchange: The Art of Cash.” Visitors also took part in a cartooning session and checked out the art displays. BLCA is located in Fridley. Photo by Elyse Kaner

The art treasure hunt centered on Banfill’s current exhibit, “Medium of Exchange: The Art of Cash.”

Visitors also took part in a cartooning session and checked out the art displays. BLCA is located in Fridley

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