Hilltown Arts Alliance and Hilltown Community Development will host a “Fall for the Arts” Fundraiser on Saturday, October 12 at 6:30PM at the Velvet Restaurant at the Worthington Golf Course, 113 Ridge Road, Worthington. The event will feature a silent art auction, live music entertainment, art trivia, a seasonal buffet dinner and a cash bar. Tickets cost $30 each and may be purchased online at www.hilltownartsalliance.org by October 5.
The silent auction will feature works by talented local Hilltown artists. Donations and funds raised through the auction will go to benefit the Hilltown Arts Alliance and Hilltown Community Development. Through an exciting strategic partnership formed in 2018, members of the Hilltown Arts Alliance have benefited from business classes, new exhibit opportunities, and greater exposure via joint marketing initiatives. Additional funding will help the two organizations expand and enhance the annual Hilltown Open Studio Tour in 2020, develop the local creative economy, create additional place-making opportunities and promote local cultural district formation work.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.hilltownartsalliance.org. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door. A preview of some of the work featured in the silent action can also be found on the Hilltown Arts Alliance website. In addition to the silent art auction, attendees will get information on a state program where they can receive tax benefits for donations of $1,000 or more to a local Community Development agency. To learn more visit www.hilltowncdc.org/donate. If you have any questions or need assistance with tickets or registration, please contact Kate Bavelock at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 413-296-4536 x 116
Hilltown Community Development is a private non-profit organization in rural western Massachusetts working to support rural development and prosperity in the region by improving housing, strengthening social services, leveraging funding, and stimulating the local economy. Since 1981 we have invested over $50 million in community development projects benefiting Hilltown residents, helping over 2,000 local businesses start and grow, rehabilitating 775 homes, building 70 new affordable homes and apartments, and providing social services to families and seniors in our community. To learn more about our work visit www.hilltowncdc.org.