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Thorne Bros will play host to a Midwinter SALE and Art Exhibit...

What better way to celebrate the midwinter doldrums by showing off some art, discounting everything in the store, and offerring up FREE food to all who attend? (for those who are there between 11am-2pm)

Don Farrell, Thorne Bros Pro Staffer, is going to exhibit his new artwork throughout Thorne Bros on Saturday, February 2. Don is a photographer who turns his work into high-quality prints for the avid outdoorsman. Hunting and fishing prints. This will be a new endeavor for Thorne Bros and we're excited to show off and sell Don's artwork.

There will be appetizers served between 11am-2pm. There will also be music and a whole lot of fishing and outdoors chat!

So, mark your calender for Feb 2 and stop in at Thorne Bros/Fly Angler to check out the new artwork and join in on the fun!

Any questions please give Thorne Bros a ring... 763-572-3782

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