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Founders of Riverwalk Art and Antiques stand inside the store's newly expanded space. Left to right: Mary Jo Nelson and Pat and Dan Nistler. Debbie Griffin photos

Riverwalk makes new room for old stuff

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Riverwalk Art and Antiques opened Monday its second expansion since starting in July 2011, adding 600 square feet of space to its lower-level retail area inside the building at 127 N. Main St.

The hobbyist pottery studio, Kinni Clayworks, moved two doors down to 126 N. Riverwalk and will continue to offer group lessons, parties and demonstrations of pottery making. The move means extra space for Riverwalk, which now occupies the entire lower level.

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