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Neon Museum of St. Louis Celebrates First Anniversary

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The Neon Museum of Saint Louis (St. Louis) has announced its first anniversary this month, according to an emailed announcement.

“We’re overjoyed to have lit up this space for 365 days,” reads a portion of the announcement. “Here’s to many more to come.” The museum acknowledges the individual donors and local news outlets that supported them during their inaugural year. The museum was recently awarded the Project Support Grant from the Regional Arts Commission, which is singled out for its support.

The museum’s next show, “Clocks, from Classic to Contemporary,” begins Dec. 17.

Finally, the museum reports receiving an iconic St. Louis neon sign in need of repair from the Kranzberg Arts Center. “Big things are happening” as the announcement states.

For more information, visit neonmuseumstl.com.

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