by Diane Veale
Music, art and culture are the cornerstones of every event at Spencer’s LuCille Tack Center for the Arts. In honor of LuCille Tack’s curiosity and love of travel, and the Tack’s 25th Anniversary Season, a Progressive Travel motor coach will head west to the Twin Cities for an engaging day of visual arts, food and shopping on Thursday, November 11.
Choose to begin with a self-guided tour of Minneapolis Institute of Art or just wander amidst its 90,000 culturally diverse pieces before pausing for lunch at one of the many eateries and shopping experiences of Nicollet Mall. Next, explore history, art and culture at The Museum of Russian Art followed by a stop at Blick Art Materials or West Elm. After another delicious nosh, the comfortable motorcoach will head home.
Admissions and transportation are included in the $50 cost per person. Visit lucilletackcenter.com for more information or call 715.659.4499. Deadline to reserve a seat is October 6 and space is limited. COVID-19 requirements for participants will vary with location.
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