Rustic Hills flips page for new exhibit

Jon Ring and Nick Heil, with Colorado Sign Management, work to hang a giant canvas, designed to look like an ancient building, outside of the old Hobby Lobby on Palmer Park Boulevard to ready the space for Passages: A Bible Experience Monday, May 6, 2013. The exhibit will feature 450 items from a variety of faiths including the world's second largest private collection of Dead Sea Scrolls and will open May 16. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
Jon Ring and Nick Heil, with Colorado Sign Management, work to hang a giant canvas, designed to look like an ancient building, outside of the old Hobby Lobby on Palmer Park Boulevard to ready the space for Passages: A Bible Experience Monday, May 6, 2013. The exhibit will feature 450 items from a variety of faiths including the world's second largest private collection of Dead Sea Scrolls and will open May 16. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
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