Wells Fargo Center for the Arts, the North Bay arts center and performance venue, has announced a seven-year naming partnership with Sonoma County’s Lytton Band of Pomo Indians to undergo an extensive renovation and remodel of the center’s 36 year-old grand lobby. The $500,000 capital improvement project begins in full force today with the removal of three large cast iron chandeliers that have hung in the lobby since the center first opened as a church complex in 1974.
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