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Mary Lee Thomson, exhibit coordinator at the Hattie Weber Museum, and Dennis Dingemans, museum director, take a trip back in time with vintage valentines and a 1908 Weber upright piano once owned by the pioneer Schmeiser family. The piano was donated to the museum last year. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise photo

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By From page A2 | February 13, 2014

Mary Lee Thomson, exhibit coordinator at the Hattie Weber Museum, and Dennis Dingemans, museum director, take a trip back in time with vintage valentines and a 1908 Weber upright piano. All are invited to the museum, 445 C St. in the northeast corner of Central Park, on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. to see a display of antique valentines from the early 20th century; enjoy Champagne, punch and refreshments with a valentine theme; and hear music by local pianist Dick Livingston, playing the Schmeiser family piano. In addition, art by local artists Jeanette Nunn Copley, Phil Gross, Pete Scully, Mary Foley Benson and Winifred Law Madison will be on display. Guests are invited to contribute to the renovation of the adjacent WPA building into a museum annex.

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