Artworks Studio & Gallery hosted the Perdido Key Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Social on Wednesday, March 16, 2016. The weather was perfect. We had a great crowd with food catered by Publix, a bar catered by the Jellyfish Restaurant and Bar and put together by all of the resident artists at the gallery. Thanks to everyone for pulling this together, especially Maureen Turner who did an amazing job organizing all of this before she left for Europe and the Arctic Circle.
Artist: Jacqueline Grear
Artist: Robin Tracy
Everyone is welcome to attend whether you are a member of the Perdido Key Chamber of Commerce or not.
Learn what the Chamber is working on for 2016 for its members and the community.
Food & Beverages provided, too.
325ZeroHunger Charity Contributions
Bring food for the hungry. 325ZeroHunger is working with seven (7) elementary and middle schools in our geographic area and will make sure that our food contributions are distributed to those children and families in need in our area. We encourage our party guests to bring a food contribution for this wonderful charity. The following food items would be greatly appreciated by families this organization serves: Pasta,Pasta Sauce (in a can, not glass), Rice, Canned Beans, Canned Chicken,Canned Tuna, Chili, Ravioli, Peanut Butter, Cereal, Oatmeal, Grits.
This party at Artworks is one small chance for us to help address local childhood hunger, but it is a HUGE part in the lives of those children. Bring any of the items suggested above as your contribution. Donations will also be accepted.
This is another great opportunity for the community to meet our local artists in residence at Artworks Studio & Gallery which will be open throughout the event. Purchase a little original art for your walls, postcards to mail to your family and friends, jewelry or gift certificates for those whom you are just not quite sure what to buy them.
You must be 21 or over for Champagne and we only have so many bottles before we run out of Champagne.
Yes, we know Champagne is misspelled - it's an election year and everyone and his brother are on the Champaign Trail.