Gig Harbor Arts Center Alliance board vice president Mark Hoppen, president Jonathan Bill, board members Phyllis Varjian and Merrie Reardon, and secretary Anne Knapp discuss the economic feasibility study for the proposed Gig Harbor Arts Center at Sunday’s meeting in the Gig Harbor Branch of the Pierce County Library. Myrna Binion of the Peninsula Art League, right, provided PAL views.
Gig Harbor Arts Center Alliance board vice president Mark Hoppen, president Jonathan Bill, board members Phyllis Varjian and Merrie Reardon, and secretary Anne Knapp discuss the economic feasibility study for the proposed Gig Harbor Arts Center at Sunday’s meeting in the Gig Harbor Branch of the Pierce County Library. Myrna Binion of the Peninsula Art League, right, provided PAL views. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway
Gig Harbor Arts Center Alliance board vice president Mark Hoppen, president Jonathan Bill, board members Phyllis Varjian and Merrie Reardon, and secretary Anne Knapp discuss the economic feasibility study for the proposed Gig Harbor Arts Center at Sunday’s meeting in the Gig Harbor Branch of the Pierce County Library. Myrna Binion of the Peninsula Art League, right, provided PAL views. Hugh McMillan Special to the Gateway

Study: Proposed regional arts center in Gig Harbor would be self-sustaining in 5 years

November 10, 2016 03:00 PM