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Westminster Elementary Neighborhood Arts Fundraiser!

This Saturday from 12-3pm there will be an awareness and fundraising lunch at Fran’s Private Apartment at Gjelina for The Neighborhood Arts Project at Westminster Elementary, an after school program beginning the week of April 16, 2012. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Westminister Elementary

Space is limited, so please RSVP to Elizabeth of pARTiciPLAY at 310.801.2165. A suggested $100 minimum per person donation is requested, as 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the program to help the children! Meet your neighbors, have some great food and help the kids!

About The Neighborhood Arts Project:

The Neighborhood Arts Project at Westminster Elementary School is a community based arts project that brings together business people, educators, and artists. It is spearheaded by Gjelina and pARTiciPLAY with additional financial support from individuals in the greater Los Angeles area. The Neighborhood Arts Project is an seven week after school program at the school working with play, improvisational movement, individual and group choreography, art and music making, group singing, culminating in a mini showing and all ages folk dance circle for friends and family.

Towards connecting and integrating the community, the program will involve key neighborhood organizations with walking visits to the Israel Levin Senior Center and local art galleries encouraging an intergenerational and cross-cultural exchange.

Gjelina – Participlay Fundraiser
Saturday, March 31st from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
501 Milwood
Venice, CA

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