Walking into the café in December, you'll see faces - lots of faces - looking back at you. These faces are on the wall, and each one has a story.
It's part of our December art exhibit from Cheryl Amati Martin called, "Faces in the Places." I got a chance to speak with our wonderful curator Zanne Brunner this week, and she shared a charming anecdote about this exhibit.
The gentleman in the picture attached with this post is one of Cheryl's "Faces in the Places" and she needed more than just a "say cheese" to inspire that sly grin.
After several rebuffs, the man told Cheryl and her camera: "Why do you want to take my picture?"
She replied: "Because you have a great face."
He answered with a smirk and this response: "Then will you marry me?"
At that moment, she took the picture. It's now -- fittingly -- captioned, "will you marry me." The art will be in our café for the rest of this month (which - believe it or not - is also the rest of the year). Be sure to check it out!
It's holiday season, and I happen to know a pretty good gift for film lovers: A Little membership!
Members receive free tickets, discounted admission, discounts at our concession stand, free admission on a member's birthday, plus they're clearly the coolest. All the member benefits, and more can be found here.