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Published: Friday, 14 September 2012 01:38
Events at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts (FBCA) (above) often pack the house. Visitors to FBCA are treated to a broad cultural experience that includes the tradional arts of painting and sculpture as well as jewelry design, literary arts and lots more. FBCA is located in a restored Victorian-era home and workshop (right) that once belonged to Alameda furniture builder and artist, Frank Bette. Bette left his home as an artistic legacy to the city.
The Greater Alameda Business Association (GABA) invites local business owners and members of the public to their monthly networking mixer Sept. 20 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The mixer takes place at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts at 1601 Paru St. The center is well known as a beautiful venue for gatherings with locally made art on display year round.
Join GABA members and friends for an evening of art and appetizers, hosted by the board of directors for the Frank Bette Center, a non profit organization dedicated to providing a venue for local artists to meet, display and learn skills.
GABA's mixers are included as a benefit of membership to the organization.
For more about GABA and its ongoing mission of member promotion, outreach and education, visit www.gabaonline.org.
For more about the Frank Bette Center, visit www.frankbettecenter.org.