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“Keep the Lights On” Fundraiser Supports Grand Haven Lighthouse

Wednesday, 24 October 2012 12:09
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“Keep the Lights On” Fundraiser Supports Grand Haven Lighthouse

C2C Gallery in Grand Haven is celebrating its new location, in the former Euroflora space, by raising money for the Grand Haven Lighthouse Conservancy Group. Invite your friends, mingle, listen to live music, and enjoy C2C’s new space while supporting a local icon, The Lighthouse. Come help us celebrate and preserve our iconic symbol of Grand Haven’s Lakeshore.

Where: 104 Washington Grand Haven
When: Friday, November 2 from 6-8 p.m.

There will be several ways to support this campaign at C2C:

  • Purchase a special edition poster by Christi Dreese, a Spring Lake artist, for $50
  • Purchase an engraved brick for $100
  • Jon McDonald, well-known Grand Rapids artist and professor at Kendall College, donated a painting for this event. Jon’s painting will be raffled off at the end of the evening. Your purchases will automatically enter you in the raffle. C2C will donate 10 percent of all sales throughout the weekend to the Lighthouse Conservancy Fund.

The Lighthouse Conservancy was organized to address the needs of our lighthouse and its maintenance. There are three phases to the restoration. Click here for more information.

C2C’s November exhibit is focused on “Texture.” Teapots from all over North America will be on display. They will be highlighted with Christine Towner’s Encaustic Paintings. This is an exhibit that you will not want to miss.

Live Music will be performed by Susan Picking. Susan is a Grand Rapids singer/songwriter. Her Americana influenced arrangements have stirring lyrics which reflect a deep soul. Susan wears a variety of hats, and performs in many West Michigan venues. See her website for more information. C2C features acclaimed Michigan artists in ceramics, photography, paintings, glass, silver jewelry, hand painted scarves, wood, and handbags. For more information, go to www.c2cgallery.com or call 616-935-7337.

Source: Anita Yoder

 

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