Bloomsburg’s Art Walk-In and Tenet Benefit Dinner for the Moose Exchange

Bloomsburg’s Art Walk-In and Tenet Benefit Dinner for the Moose Exchange

Thursday February 20th 4pm-10pm at the Caldwell Consistory.
Bloomsburg’s Art Walk-In and Tenet Benefit Dinner for the Moose Exchange will be held Thursday February 20th 4pm-10pm at the Caldwell Consistory.

Art Walk-In
A night to see great art work from local artists all while giving back to our downtown community. The art walk will be held in the front room of the Caldwell Consistory. Enjoy music by our local performers Paul Loomis, The Early Music Ensemble, George Chamuris as well as artwork from all over the area.
Speak with artists about why and how they create artworks in photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, fibers, jewelry and other media. This will be a great opportunity for visitors to see beautiful works by regional artists, learn something about art-making, and perhaps even acquire a new and original piece of art! Friends and family will love a unique, locally made, affordable creative work.

Moose Exchange Benefit Dinner
The Caldwell Consistory in Downtown Bloomsburg is opening it’s doorways to our community for a benefit dinner and concert. The benefit dinner is aimed to raise money for the tenants of the Moose Exchange who lost many valuable items in the f ire on January 30th. The dinner will be held at 150 North Market St. On Thursday, February 20th. The event is located in back room of the Caldwell building.

Rod Kile, Kreekside II will be serving up a delicious BBQ from 4-8 with an admission cost of $10 per adult and $5 per child. There will also be live music from 6-10, and for anybody who just wants to come for music, it will be a $5 admission.
The music schedule so far is: 
4-4:45 - Emily Inman 
5-5:45 - Darren Inman 
6-6:45 - MIME TRIBES 
7-7:45 - The Mighty Susquehannas 
8-8:45 - The Clove Collective 
9-10:00- 3rd Street
Contact Adrienne Mael, Downtown Manager, with questions for either event- 570-784-2522,
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