North Arlington Library hosts George Miller art show on April 5

March 28, 2012 by  

The North Arlington Library will host the George Miller art show on April 5th, 2012 at 6:30pm. This will be the third time that the library has hosted such a show.

Organizers of the event have announced that they will be donating more than $2,000 in scholarship money to art students at the event. The students who will be attending the event come from North Arlington High School.

The event itself has a lot to offer attendees. Guests can participate in a fifth grade art auction and enjoy a professional jazz musician. Organizers have arrange for free refreshments to be available to guests. The art show is considered to be a very good cause. It is named after one of North Arlington‘s most popular teachers. The show features work from elementary and middle school students. The scholarship is funded by parents and local businesses.

Organizers of the event may want to think about launching a last minute advertising campaign. Informing local residents about the event could increase attendance records. As the event needs people to bid on art and/or donate to the scholarship fund, a marketing campaign may come in useful. Promoting the event does not need to be expensive. All organizers need to do is make use of local print companies and printing services to make up flyers. These flyers could then be mailed to local residents or handed out in public places. When it comes to charity, the more people that know about the event, the better.

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