Wednesday, August 26, 2009
The Shreveport Regional Arts Council lost everything in an early Tuesday morning fire. The organization is in need of several things including: OFFICE SUPPLY GIFT CARDS, LEGAL PADS, COMPUTER PAPER, PAPER CLIPS, INK PENS, STICKY NOTES, MARKERS, DRY ERASE BOARDS, STAPLERS/STAPLES, COFFEE POT, COMPUTER DESK, AND ANYTHING ELSE YOU CAN IMAGINE!
To make a financial donation you can go to Chase Bank in care of "SRAC FIRE FUND."
SRAC will continue to provide the same quality of arts and community support that you have come to expect from the Shreveport Regional Arts Council. While we are putting things back together you can get updates on our status by going to our website - www.shrevearts.org.
For immediate assistance you can reach us at Artspace on Texas St., (318) 673-6535. We hope to have our phones on very soon at (318) 673-6500. You can also send an e-mail to Julia Foley, SRAC marketing director, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
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Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Check out the great hand-stitched produce items now on eBay.
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Saturday, August 15, 2009
These hand stitched pumpkins by Trevillion’s Treasures will make you wish Fall was here!!
Our Farmers Market at the Farm is still up and running. Every 1st and 3rd Saturday vendors from the area are supplying a multitude of homemade, homegrown and handmade items. You’ll find everything from handmade confectionaries by Mary Chreene, farm fresh eggs and home baked goodies from Gwen Moody, fresh produce, pickles, jams and jellies from Pam Brunson, homemade salsa from Monica Allison, homemade whole wheat bread from Carolyn McLemore and homemade tamales by Ada Shyne.
Our vendors have agreed to stay on all the way up to Christmas. So, if you’re looking for locally grown produce or handmade items, visit our Farmers Market.
417 East Union
at THE FARM
“Where we grow culture”
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