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See the Dogs in Person!

If you are in the Los Angeles area tomorrow (Saturday December 12) from 10am to 4pm, stop by the Craft and Folk Art Museum to see the newest Danger Dogs.

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This is honestly my favorite way to display the Danger Dogs - on a huge wall!   Due to a forecast of rain, the Holiday Global Bazaar will be held indoors.   And the Danger Dogs get the stairwell!    

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If you are in the market for other holiday items, there will be a great selection of jewelry, toys and clothing items from around the world.   There will be local artists to support there, too.   It's a show I'm looking forward to.

There will be many Danger Cats, Enlightened Dogs, Horses, Chickens, Loud Parrots and Ferrets, too.   Many new pieces from my latest trip will be included.

Hope to see you all there.   The address is 5814 Wilshire Blvd (at Curson Ave) and it is just across from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.   For more information, please go to Cafam.org.   For you long time Anglenos, this museum was formerly known as 'The Egg and the Eye'.   Starting as a cafe in 1966, the founder Edith Wyle turned her restaurant into the Craft and Folk Art Museum in 1973.

Of course, if you miss tomorrow's exhibit, the Danger Dogs are always hanging in the Craft and Folk Art Museum store, so drop in anytime.

Any questions or comments, please write to me at ampage1@gmail.com or go to my website:   NepalDog.com

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