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Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Art in the library

Members of the Tanner family of Port Angeles, from left, Griffin, 11, Heather Tanner and Marcus Tanner, examine a line of decorated art chairs that were to be auctioned off at Friday’s Art Blastapalooza at the Port Angeles Public Library. The event featured live music, art activities, exhibits and the illumination of the “Reading Man” hanging sculpture.

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