The Women’s Center’s annual
Fall Arts and Crafts Sale
Friday, December 5
Winn Center Lounge
Sale hours: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
(while supplies last)
Prices are always reasonable;
all proceeds benefit the Women’s Center at LPTS and its programs.
- Additional afternoon and evening events will include:
- Film: Until the Violence Stops
to screen in McAtee A&B
Organized by the “V is for Venite” Planning Group
with light refreshments and beverages
7:00 p.m. – clean up 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. back in the Women’s Center (as it turns out)
In preparation for the sale, we are
gratefully accepting donations
of beautiful, interesting, useful, or otherwise saleable hand-crafted items of all kinds.
Bring goods for inclusion in the sale to the Women’s Center (hours T-Fri, 12:30-2:00 p.m., or by appointment) by Thursday, December 4. [Earlier is better!]
We can use just about anything! In past years, the sale has included:
- all manner of textiles . . .
- painting, batik, pottery, carving, . . .
- calligraphy, photography, printing, . . .
- beads, braiding, . . .
- note cards and other graphics . . .
- baked goods . . .
- eggs — courtesy of Carol Cook’s hens . . .
This year, who knows??
Update — Tuesday, December 9
The Women’s Center wishes to thank all donors, helpers, and shoppers for making this year’s sale a resounding success! The sale netted just over $1,500 in purchases and donations, which will directly benefit the Women’s Center’s continuing presence and programs.
“Arts and Crafts Show and Sale Celebrates Women’s Heritage”
“A Little Theology with the Arts and Crafts”
My wife, Scott Blake, is a local pastel artist. Will you accept prints or does it have to be the original art?
This is a really exciting comment!
I think prints count.
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