Clovernook to Host Open House & Spring Market in Newly Renovated Procter Center
Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired will be hosting an Open House, Spring Market & Art Sale, in their newly renovated Procter Center on May 2, 2015 from 10am – 5pm. “Thanks to a generous grant from Joseph J. Schott Foundation, the Proctor Center has received much needed updating, and we are excited to welcome the community in to take a peek! It will be a time to show off the new space, but we will also be hosting a Spring Market and Art Sale. We couldn’t be more pleased.” says Jessica Salyers, VP of Development & Community Relations. The Procter Center is a multi-purpose building that serves as the hub of the Arts & Recreation program at Clovernook Center. It is home to a gift shop, art studio, and gallery, which continually rotates, and features local artists who are blind and visually impaired. Later this summer the space will also welcome dozens of children for Clovernook Center’s summer youth camps! The May 2 Spring Market will feature a variety of vendors who are consumers and/or employees of Clovernook Center. Similarly, the art sale will feature pieces by Clovernook Artists. Everyone is welcome!
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