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Red Hatters experience “The Most Unlikely Place” PDF Print E-mail

On April 20, 18 ladies from the Perkins County Red Hatters traveled to Lewellen where they dined at “The Most Unlikely Place,” an art gallery and bistro.
They dined on chicken salad sandwiches with spinach or potato salad and a favorite drink. They also enjoyed a slice of pineapple upside down cake.
The owner, Dennis Miller, came to each table and explained the history of the building. It had been a grocery store, a basketball court, a feed store and more.
Dennis is also an artist and poet, and he had many of his works on display.
They were also treated to original works of art from artist Marcia Bauerle, who had a showing at the bistro. Marcia is from Imperial and lives on one of the local ranches.
The ladies were also able to read some of the many poems that Dennis had written to his wife and family, and see pictures of the family renovating the old building to be called “The Most Unlikely Place.”
Dorothy Reese was the hostess for this luncheon.
A truly remarkable art gallery and bistro located in a small town—one must put on their list of places to try out.