If you're getting tired of these below-zero temperatures, now might be the time to stop by the Taube Museum of art for some soup, or even to warm up your home with local artwork.
The Taube museum is open to the public for their new "Off the Walls" exhibit and sale.
This is the first time the museum has done something like this, and the display consists of art created by members of the Taube.
Executive director, Nancy Brown, says that it's an opportunity to show the community what they have to offer, and give them a chance to put it in their own homes.
(Nancy Brown, Executive Director of Taube) "We have everything from original art, to prints, to posters, I mean, it's a very eclectic collection of works. And it is in our main gallery, and our lower gallery as well."
Another community event that the Taube is hosting this month is their seventh annual "Soup it Up."
Soup and desserts provided by local restaurants will be available to those who want to enjoy snacks and some artwork.
Tickets are 16 dollars for nonmembers, and 12 for members - and it's not just a full belly you'll be going home with.
(Nancy Brown, Executive Director of Taube) "The uniqueness of this is with every ticket that's purchased, you will receive a handcrafted ceramic bowl that has been made by a local artist."
Once again, the "Off the Wall" exhibit goes through February 14th, and the "Soup it Up" event is next Saturday from 11 to 1:30.