Sedona AZ (January 13, 2015) – Beginning on the first Friday in February artists Therese Black and Mary Helsaple are creating paper “Hearts for Peace and Love” to be sent to military and civilian personnel responding to the Ebola crisis. They are asking the public to participate by stopping by The Village Gallery of Local Artists, February 6, 7, and 8 to pick out, create or sign a “Heart of Peace and Love”, that will be sent to personnel involved in this crisis.
What: Hearts for Peace and Love to support the military and civilian efforts involved in the Ebola Epidemic in West Africa.
Where: The Village Gallery of Local Artists
6500 Hwy 179 – at the Cortez Roundabout
Sedona Arizona 86531
Open Every day 10am – 6pm
When: First Friday, February. 6th – 5 – 8 PM
and Saturday, February 7th Sunday 8th 10AM – 6PM
and on Valentine’s Day – February 14th from 10AM – 6PM.
The collection of hearts will continue through Valentine’s Day Saturday, February 14 and Therese Black and Mary Helsaple will be on hand to create designs and collect them for sending.
The artists are asking the public to join them in this humanitarian effort. The artists are supplying the materials to create “Hearts of Peace and Love” free of charge and encourage the public’s participation up through Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14th. The Gallery also has many Valentine’s Gifts available for purchase during February.
Help them say thank you and support the heroic humanitarian efforts involved in the Ebola outbreak.