Pablo Center at the Confluence opens Saturday

Eau Claire (WQOW)- The anticipation is almost over, the Pablo Center at the Confluence makes its grand debut Saturday.

The grand opening starts at noon with a ribbon cutting, and people will then have the chance to check out what the nearly $60 million Pablo Center has in store for Eau Claire.

There will be music, dancing, performances in the lobby and of course a lot to look at.

Director of Artistic Programming Brenna St. George Jones said three visual art galleries will be ready for viewing, and you’ll be able to explore most of the building.

“I think it’s unwrapping the most amazing present. They’ve seen it from the outside, a few people have had peeks but to finally see it done and ready and doing what it’s suppose to be doing is amazing,” George Jones said.

She said you shouldn’t have that hard of a time finding parking with the parking ramp close by.

The free event is from noon to 5:30 p.m., there are more paid performances in the evening.

Click here for a full list of performances on Saturday.

Shannon Satterlee

Shannon Satterlee

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