Residents invited to enjoy art and help a good cause

August 18, 2012 by  

The third annual Artisan’s Fair will take place at the Symphony Village Clubhouse in Centerville on September 22 from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. Admission is free and proceeds will go towards Chesapeake Victories. Last year’s fair raised over $2,000 for the Queen Anne County Emergency Center.

The fair will feature approximately 20 local artists who will be displaying and selling their original, handmade works of art. There will also be raffles and food for sale. The event is sure to draw visitors from all over the area, including nearby Stevensville.

Organizers of the fair might well be working with local printing companies to prepare for this one-day event, and could have invested in banner printing, flyer printing, and sign printing services. It would be wise of the organizers to create and distribute a flyer to the community, letting them know about the event and the worthy cause that it supports. Flyers are very inexpensive and can be distributed in a variety of ways, most of which do not cost any extra money either. A banner, meanwhile, would help let those who just happen to be passing by that something different is happening inside, encouraging them to drop in.

Chesapeake Victories is a therapeutic horse-riding program for children with developmental disabilities. This type of program has been proven to help these children become more physically fit and raise their self-esteem. With its website currently calling for donations, every bit of money raised will be of value to it.