Art with extra froth
09:43 20 February 2012
Exmouth’s second Café Etc proved to be a big hit.
The drop-in arts cafe project, held at the Axis Centre, featured live music from The Alchemist’s Wardrobe and works from artist Marie Redwood.
The arts café with an underlying environmental ethos had a steady influx of people throughout the day, with coffee, cake and chat high up on the menu.
For its next two events, Café Etc will be moving to The Grapevine on Victoria Road. The dates are Saturday, April 14, and Saturday, June 2, part of the Exmouth Festival.
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