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Question re: "Katrina & Chris" Episode of "For Better Or For Worse" on TLC

Old 06-09-03, 12:37 PM
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Question re: "Katrina & Chris" Episode of "For Better Or For Worse" on TLC

In case it helps, here's the description of the episode pulled from the TLC website:

"Katrina, a new-wave hair stylist and Christopher, a mechanic, became engaged on Valentine's Day after a two-year relationship. They each have a child from a previous marriage and dream of building a family together. Chris grew up in a large, close Mexican family and wants to continue that tradition. Katrina is kind and quiet with a funky sense of style. The idea of being married on For Better or for Worse appealed to them as an easy and inexpensive way to have a wedding. Because they have such trust in their family and friends, it seemed like a perfect idea. Find out if it really was!"

Anyway, they had their wedding outside an unidentified "museum" which supposedly only costs $700.00 on a Saturday. Although I doubt price is accurate, but the place was pretty cool. My fiance and I are still looking for a place to have the wedding and reception.

Does anybody happen to know the name of this museum and what city it's in?

Thanks in advance.

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