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Tiny Letters, Kids Charity Art Jam

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Kids Art Jam

Mark your calendars on Saturday May 25th, 2019 from 4 – 6 pm for a family friendly charity event centered around creative kids and building a united & supportive community by teaching them the power of giving!

Tickets are FREE: get Event Tickets here! Please get one per participating child.

Tiny Letters, Kids Art Jam is a public event where youngsters are encouraged to explore creativity and expression through dancing & painting. A DJ will provide great music and we’ll even be teaching some funky dance moves! As the main event, each child with a ticket will be making two paintings on Tiny Letter art boards with their initial printed on them, one to take home and one to be auctioned off later for charity. We’ll be hosting the event at the Italian Station in Downtown Fredericksburg and owner Anita Crossfield will be hanging the work upon completion.

All proceeds will support HINESIGHT, a downtown Fredericksburg nonprofit organization. HINESIGHT’s mission is simple: reaching out to help others climb up from the devastating effects of poverty. Whether it’s through one of their mentorship programs or through community outreach, HINESIGHT is focused on giving opportunities to those who need a chance to change their lives.

This event is being hosted at Italian Station located at 620 Caroline Street Fredericksburg, VA 22401 next to the Marriott Hotel and was created/organized by local brand development company, Metro Nova Creative (that’s us!)

Like and share our Tiny Letters, Kids Charity Art Jam Facebook event page to spread the word!

Learn more about HINESIGHT by visiting their website or calling 540-368-4352

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