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CHAMBER FOCUSES ON 'SHOW BUSINESS AFTER HOURS'

A big emphasis of the "Business After Hours" at Thursday's St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce mixer will be show business.
Tillett Gardens and Polli's Mexican Restaurant, located within the arts and crafts complex across from Four Winds Plaza, are co-hosting the event. Also keeping their doors open "after hours" in the garden will be Caribbean Herbals, Birds from Paradise, Cabinet Gallery and Design Showroom, Mermaid's Glass, the Kushiba Art Studio, the Ridvan Studio and the Tillett Art Gallery.
But the main focus will be on upcoming Arts Alive events in the garden — the 13th annual Classics in the Garden concerts, the 3rd annual Tillett Garden Series of non-classical shows, and the annual Thanksgiving weekend arts and crafts fair.
There'll be live music by Vance Hines on keyboards, recorded music by the artists booked for the concert series, finger food courtesy of Polli's, the chamber's usual two-dollar bar (operating this time out of Polli's) and door prizes. Hours are 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Admission's free and open to chamber members and friends, as well as others in the business community interested in joining the organization.

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A big emphasis of the "Business After Hours" at Thursday's St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce mixer will be show business.
Tillett Gardens and Polli's Mexican Restaurant, located within the arts and crafts complex across from Four Winds Plaza, are co-hosting the event. Also keeping their doors open "after hours" in the garden will be Caribbean Herbals, Birds from Paradise, Cabinet Gallery and Design Showroom, Mermaid's Glass, the Kushiba Art Studio, the Ridvan Studio and the Tillett Art Gallery.
But the main focus will be on upcoming Arts Alive events in the garden -- the 13th annual Classics in the Garden concerts, the 3rd annual Tillett Garden Series of non-classical shows, and the annual Thanksgiving weekend arts and crafts fair.
There'll be live music by Vance Hines on keyboards, recorded music by the artists booked for the concert series, finger food courtesy of Polli's, the chamber's usual two-dollar bar (operating this time out of Polli's) and door prizes. Hours are 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Admission's free and open to chamber members and friends, as well as others in the business community interested in joining the organization.