4th Annual ‘A Show of HANDS’

March 17, 2016  
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Gorgeous decorated hands are showcased once again at the 4th Annual 'Shop of HANDS' exhibition and silent auction through March at Penny Cluse Cafe in Burlington.  Profits go toward HANDS, a local non-profit striving to close gaps in getting food to older Vermonters (Contributed Photo)

Gorgeous decorated hands are showcased once again at the 4th Annual ‘Shop of HANDS’ exhibition and silent auction through March at Penny Cluse Cafe in Burlington. Profits go toward HANDS, a local non-profit striving to close gaps in getting food to older Vermonters (Contributed Photo)

The 4th Annual “A Show of HANDS” features 100 decorated wooden hands at Penny Cluse Café in Burlington during the month of March. A silent auction of the hands will take place on Thursday, March 31. The exhibit and auction are a benefit for HANDS, a local non-profit striving to close gaps in getting food to older Vermonters. Holly Cluse, co-owner of Penny Cluse and co-president of HANDS, said that the art show is “a winning combination of artists trying to meet needs of seniors in our community.”

Penny Cluse Café is located at 169 Cherry Street and hours are Monday-Friday from 6:45 a.m.-3 p.m., as well as weekends from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. For more info, visit www.handsvt.org.

 

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