Wikipedia:Meetup/Minnesota/ArtAndFeminism/Gallery Paige

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Gallery Paige ArtAndFeminism Edit-a-thon
When and Where
Time12-4pm CT
AddressMinneapolis City Center Building - 40 South Seventh St, #214
City, StateMinneapolis, MN 55403
On FacebookArt + Feminism Wikipedia Edit a thon - Twin Cities on Facebook

Event information

  • Date: Sunday, March 22nd
  • Time: 12:00 - 4:00pm CT
  • Location: Gallery Paige, Minneapolis City Center Building, 40 South Seventh St, #214
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