Oct. 18, 2012

Step away from the holiday rush by supporting the annual Lumen Christi Holiday Art Fair. Amid a beautiful setting in St. James Hall, local artists offer unique handcrafted gifts including pottery, jewelry, woodwork, wreaths and much more.

Proceeds from an accompanying silent auction support the LC Youth Outreach Program, a year-long service-learning program for middle- and high-school youth. Next summer, the program culminates when the high-schoolers work for a week in Omaha doing rehab work on homes for needy senior citizens.

Please consider supporting our kids in this most meaningful way. Shopping for a gift here adds to the true meaning of the season.

SAT., NOV. 17 - 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
SUN., NOV. 18 - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Mequon & Range Line Roads, Mequon
Free admission & parking
Call (262) 242-7963 for more info

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