Our Christmas tree is up…
And it’s fabulous!
The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research’s 6th annual Trees for a Cause event begins November 28 and runs through December 21st. Our entry this year is a special one. Our tree, designed, constructed and donated by local artist Sean Davis, is made of reclaimed wood salvaged from local historic buildings that were demolished in the Old West End historic district. Employee, Val-Rae Christensen, provided the decorations. Our “upcycled” tree is magnificent! We hope you will visit the Institute and cast your vote by making a donation.
In honor of the contest, and of the charities and organizations represented, the Institute will be holding an open house on Tuesday, December 6 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research, located at 150 Slayton Drive, is open Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm.
Our special thanks to Sean Davis for creating this year’s tree for us. Sean’s work is both elegant and innovative, and increasingly in demand locally. To find out more about Sean and his work, contact him at ReclaimWorks24541@gmail.com, or look for the page “Reclaim Works” coming soon to Facebook.