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SEIWERT'S WORK AT HOSPITALITY LOUNGE

Peggy Seiwert will be the featured artist for January at the St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce Hospitality Lounge in downtown Charlotte Amalie.
Peggy will exhibit her artwork as part of a new, joint project by the St. Thomas- St. John Arts Council and the Chamber of Commerce.
In addition to being a fine artist, Peggy owns Kilnworks Pottery in Smith Bay.
Artists interested in displaying their work at the Hospitality Lounge should contact the Arts Council at 774-8900 to make arrangements.

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Peggy Seiwert will be the featured artist for January at the St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce Hospitality Lounge in downtown Charlotte Amalie.
Peggy will exhibit her artwork as part of a new, joint project by the St. Thomas- St. John Arts Council and the Chamber of Commerce.
In addition to being a fine artist, Peggy owns Kilnworks Pottery in Smith Bay.
Artists interested in displaying their work at the Hospitality Lounge should contact the Arts Council at 774-8900 to make arrangements.