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Photos courtesy of Craig Schwab
Photos courtesy of Craig Schwab
Tom Huber's painting of the Glendale Bakery

Take a walk down memory lane next month at a very special art exhibit that’s coming to Glendale.

Glendale native Tom Huber will present “Paintings by Tom Huber,” an exhibit inspired by his childhood memories of the neighborhood at the Glendale Library.

Although Huber has since moved to Levittown, he still embraces his old neighborhood. Each of the eight paintings in the exhibit highlights a time and place special to all residents of the community.

The exhibit includes painting of local Glendale favorites, including the Durows Restaurant, where Huber played piano on Thursday nights during his childhood, Gebhardts Restaurant, Bob’s Diner and the Glendale Bakery. There will also be paintings of Forest Park through the different seasons.

The exhibit will be on display at the Glendale Library, located at 78-60 73rd Place, from Dec. 1 through Jan. 31. Before the exhibit opens to the public, the Glendale Library will be hosting an Opening Night Meet and Greet the Painter on Nov. 30 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.



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