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Small businesses are the heartbeat of our communities. These are the businesses that contribute sponsorship dollars to a local youth group or host an event to help a local group fundraiser. Small businesses provide the flavor and flair that make us proud to call a community home. Small businesses have also unproportionally been affected by the twists and turns of 2020. Please consider “giving back” to those small businesses that have made your community a vibrant and unique place to call home.

This season we are featuring all our artists in our holiday display. Artists are vital to Fairbanks and make our unique place on earth a great place to be. While First Friday’s were not the great gathering of friends and family like they have been in year’s past, the artists are still out there creating unique art that represents who we are in Interior Alaska. Each artist is a small business owner in their own right and Two Street Gallery strives to be a business that gives each one of them a way to show and sell their goods.

We are now in three locations if you are looking for unique gifts. You can purchase in the downtown gallery space in the Co-op Building, visit our retail display at North Star Ballet at Artisans Courtyard on College Rd, or shop online www.2streetgallery.com

We are always happy to answer questions and find the best piece of art for that special gift. 907-455-4070


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