Local craft show will benefit veterans’ charity
February 24, 2014 by Mark
The ‘A Talent of Women’ arts and crafts show will be taking place in Alexandria this March. A portion of all proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Participating artisans are part of a local Alexandria arts collective that creates handcrafted works. Items that will be for sale will include wood decorations, jewelry, paper crafts, photography, and paintings.
It is a good opportunity for the public to discover a new favorite artist and for the artists themselves to share their works with the public. Guests will also be treated to free wine and appetizers during the show.
The Wounded Warrior Project aims to provide services to those who were injured while serving their country. It also helps raise awareness of what these veterans are going through and lets the public know how to help them.
Organizers of events like this can advertise them for very little cost. Hiring an Alexandria company that specializes in flyer printing can produce a product that is both inexpensive and that can be distributed free of charge.
The arts and crafts show is taking place at 1451 Belle Haven Road, unit 420 on March 8 from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm. The fact that there is no admission fee should make it even more appealing to art fans.
For more information about the show, contact Rebecca Henry at 240-750-7561.