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Flying Hare alive and kicking

Rumors of the closing of The Flying Hare Gallery (as mentioned in Prospector in a recent article about galleries) are greatly exaggerated. In point of fact, the gallery/salon is definitely open for business.

The new owner, Gail Garrido, 55 of Grass Valley, said she bought the facility from Rachel Kelly last May, remodeled it and is now showing such artists as Barbara Hodge, Mary Burke-King, Lynn Rose Light, Kerry Grant Marris, Arlene Shmaeff and Betsy Lombard. Art openings are planned, she says, for the future.

At 102 Mill St., the salon side of The Flying Hare features anti-aging treatments, skin care, manicures/pedicures, and a hair space is available. Hours are Tues.-Sat.,11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Call 273-7126.


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