Colonial Courtyard at Clearfield to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Association
CLEARFIELD, Pa. – Artwork and fine wine. The combination will be part of a fundraiser to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
Colonial Courtyard at Clearfield will hold a “Sip & Paint Fundraiser” at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19. Local artist Anna Marie Toto will be the instructor and she will be assisted by Linda Schultz, another area artist.
The “Sip & Paint” event will be held in the Activity Room at Colonial Courtyard at Clearfield, located at 1300 Leonard Street in Clearfield. The $20 donation included painting supplies, cheese and crackers, and wine.
“Sip & Paint fundraisers have emerged as a creative and fun way to benefit charity,” said Sandy English, Director of Sales and Marketing, Colonial Courtyard at Clearfield. “This is a great night of socializing while the ‘artists’ create their own paintings to take home. Plus, they support a great cause that is very important to our team and our residents.”
A Clearfield resident, Toto is a member of Susquehanna River Arts Center of Clearfield (SRACC), Art in Common in Altoona and the Liddle Gallery. Her work has been exhibited at local venues such as Clearfield Hospital, the Joseph & Elizabeth Shaw Public Library, and the Clearfield YMCA.
A Clearfield artist, Schultz has had her work displayed throughout the region. Toto and Schultz assisted Dottie Crissman, who organized an exhibit currently on display at the Clearfield YMCA until April 16.
For more information, contact Sandy English, Director of Sales and Marketing, Colonial Courtyard at Clearfield, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 814.765.2246.