Saturday, August 27, 2011

Stone Gate Virtual Tour (pt1)

I got to tour Stone Gate Center for the Arts in Pleasant Grove yesterday. You can tour it too—today from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. I highly recommend you go check it out in person because my cell phone photos are not going to do it justice. (Plus they have fun stuff to do, prizes, snow cones, etc.)

And it is amazing!

I am going to have every single one of my future life events here!

Yep. Seriously THAT AMAZING!

But just in case you can't make it to their Open House today, I'm giving you a virtual tour in three parts.

PART 1: THE BUILDING

Okay. So here's their artist's rendering of the building:
And here's my live and on-location shot:
Gorgeous, huh?


I was amazed at all the attention to detail. The feel of the building is rich and luxurious. It is so visually appealing. I'd never been in this building before it was renovated, so I don't know if some of these things were preserved from the original building or if it is all new. But here are a few more shots of things I thought were very cool.

Arched Doorways and Hardwood Floors



Rock Wall—stairs to the right and easy-access ramp to the left



Mural by Lynde Mott*



Great artwork on the walls and unique furniture pieces


This couch is at the back of the Grand Ballroom



Also part of the Grand Ballroom, where weddings and
receptions are held. This is the sign-in table.



This is my private writing room.
I wish.
Gorgeous and inspiring. Look at those windows!


And a Shoppe. A SHOPPE!
Coming soon. I can't wait to see what cute
and unique items they'll have there.

Next stop on the virtual tour—Preschool and Art Classes

*Brag moment: The famous artiste, Lynde Mott, was one of my girls when I was Young Women's President a million years ago.

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