Bowl 4 Art “Fun”Raiser for the TC Arts Council on March 3

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Bowl 4 Art “Fun”Raiser for the TC Arts Council on March 3

The Transylvania Community Arts Council will hold a “fun”raiser on Monday, March 3 from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm at Rockin’ Bowl. This event is being organized by Molly Jenkins, board member of the TC Arts Council, and Elda Brown an artist at Number 7 Arts. Organizer Molly Jenkins said, “This is a new event for TC Arts and we hope it will appeal to all ages.”

The bowling alley will be closed to the public for this private party. Tickets to this fun evening are $25 each and include: dinner, snacks, non – alcoholic drink, bowling shoes and all the bowling you can do from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes, high score, winning team, strikes and spares. If you get strikes and spares you will get tickets to enter a raffle to win fun prizes. Elda Brown said, “I’m contributing one of my newest glass bead necklaces and a pair of matching earrings to the raffle. Other local artists and businesses are donating some nice raffle prizes too. Whether you are a great bowler or not, its going to be a fun time.” For those who do not bowl but want to come cheer and have fun, raffle tickets will be on sale for $3 each or 2 tickets for $5 or 10 tickets for $20.

Local artists are also taking bowling pins and creating pieces of artwork with them. These unique pieces of artwork will be placed in a silent auction that evening. Some of the artists participating include: Drew Deane, George Peterson, Aaron Alderman, Heath Seymour, Heather George, Marcia Brennan, Linda Muir, Nonnie Cullipher, Kurt Knabe, Peter Chumbley and many more. There will also be a cash bar with partial proceeds going to the TC Arts Council.

Form your teams now and get your tickets at the TC Arts Council located at 349 S. Caldwell Street in Brevard. You may also call the TC Arts Council to reserve your tickets by phone at 828-884-2787. The Bowl 4 Art event will be held at Rockin’ Bowl located at 271 Rosman Hwy. in Brevard.


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