Friday, February 22, 2013 from 7-10pm
Special early preview for Sponsors & READ Patrons from 6-7pm
Are you ready to be a part of The New Community School's 5th Annual Art Show & Sale? Featuring local & regional artists.
RED HOT OPENING RECEPTION - Friday, February 22, 2013, 7-10pm
$35 per ticket ($40 at the door); *or become a READ Patron for $125 (includes 2 tickets, recognition in the program and a special preview at 6pm)
Jazz entertainment by the Conley/Dowd Duo. Proceeds to benefit The New Community School
The READ Art Show & Sale will also be open free to the public on Saturday, February 23, 10am-4pm. Entertainment by Alicia Romeo Grebe, Harpist. Select artwork marked down from 2-4pm.
Virginia Wine Country Raffle
Tickets $20 each or 6 for $100
For a chance to win: 5-hour chauffeured Ultimate Wine Tour for 2; $1,000 gift certificate to the Boars Head Inn, Charlottesville, to use toward: first class lodging, fine dining in the AAA Four Diamond rated Old Mill Room, or a wide variety of activities.
Drawing to take place Friday, February 22 at the READ Art Show & Sale Opening Reception. Do not need to be present to win; winner will be notified. Package details will vary, depending upon winner's preferences and hotel availability.
READ Art Show & Sale Sponsors: Agincourt Capital Management | AquaLaw, PLC | B&B Printing | Bon Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation | George Cumming, CummingHomeRVA.com, RE/MAX Commonwealth | DeSoi Consulting | Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. | Educational Enterprises, Inc. | Franklin Federal Foundation | Gumenick Properties | JBR Advisors | Markel Corporation | NewMarket Corporation | Northwestern Mutual | Raymond James | Richmond Family Magazine | Rutherfoord | Straus, Itzkowitz & LeCompte | Strickler Medical, Inc. | SunTrust Endowments & Foundations | Union First Market Bank | Westbury Pharmacy | The Wine Group | Yoga Source
Founded in 1974, The New Community School provides a program of college preparation for dyslexic (specific language learning disabled) students, grades 6-12. Through remediation of reading and writing skills, challenging academic courses, and activities that foster character development, students achieve academic independence and increased self-esteem. The school is an independent, non-sectarian and non-profit day school accessible to students of all races, creeds, ethnic origins and socio-economic backgrounds. Learn more at www.tncs.org.