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Ouija Board Art Contest at Green

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If you have the power of the paranormal running through your veins, you could spend a good chunk of the next year eating for free.

Green New American Vegetarian Restaurant, located at 2240 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 8 in Tempe, is hosting an ouija board-themed art exhibit. Entitled "Wanna Ouija?" and scheduled to hang from October 16 through November 20, the exhibit doubles as a contest in which the determined-by-the-public, first-place winner scores a lucky someone two free meals per week for a year. The second-place prize -- one free Tsoynami shake each week for a year -- ain't bad either.

The exhibit/competition is currently accepting entries in any and all mediums up to 8:30 p.m. October 15. A portion of the art sales will go towards Black Cat Rescue. For more information, check out www.greenvegetarian.com.

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