L’Arche Comox Valley I Belong Centre is at 1465 Grieve Ave. in Courtenay.

L’Arche Comox Valley Artsy-Craftsy Spring Show & Sale Saturday

Want to get your creative juices flowing? Visit the I Belong Centre (1465 Grieve Ave., Courtenay) Saturday, May 12 for the Artsy-Craftsy Spring Show & Sale, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Be inspired by artwork in a variety of mediums, created by adults with and without developmental disabilities. Then, stock up on art supplies for your own art studio or crafting space!

Beautiful framed art originals and prints created in L’Arche art classes will be available, as well as recycled and soy candles, soup mixes and art cards from the L’ArcheWorx Collective, and sculpture and framed art from local artists.

There will also be a sale of craft materials, such as stamps and scrapbooking supplies, crayon sets, art and painting supplies, and wooden ready-to-paint pieces.

There will also be tasty beverages and treats for sale.

All profits from this event will go to L’Arche International projects in countries, like Haiti and the Ukraine, where government supports for people with developmental disabilities are minimal or non-existent. FMI call the I Belong Centre at 250-871-6288.

The I Belong Centre is the home of L’Arche Comox Valley, a not-for-profit where adults with developmental disabilities are the heart of community.

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