If you do not have plans Thursday, a trip up to Plainview might be in order. The New York City Comic Strip Exhibit called 'Heroes Among Us,' will be on display at the Abraham Art Gallery on the Wayland Baptist University Campus for one more day. It is on display from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
It is a collection of 120 drawings that pay tribute to the real-life heroes of September 11th. The artwork was created after the attacks and is a spectacular display. It is a global attraction that was on display in New York and is now traveling the world. Plainview is its first stop.
The exhibit is free to the public.
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