Take a break from eating your PB & J sandwich in your fluorescent-lit cubicle, and head out to enjoy the fresh air and live music at The Navy Yard at Noisette. This Wednesday, 10 Storehouse Row invites you to stroll through their hip, urban studios and see what their resident artists have been putting together. The old warehouse that was converted into a cluster of creativity has been buzzing with artists working on various projects, and now they want to share their stuff with you. At the stroll, you’ll see jewelry from Kelly Wenner, the thoughtful art of Tina Hirsig, the interior designs of Parker Sims, and the colorful photography of Leigh Webber, all under one roof. Tasty treats like champagne and cheeses and homemade cookies will also be set up to graze on as you move down the row. Finally, to top off your not-so-average lunch break, there will be live music from Mark Schuler playing hits from popular artists like John Denver, The Beatles, Grateful Dead, and others. This performance is the final set in the Midday Cafe Series.
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