Tickets are available now at www.lydiaplace.org/artforhousing
Join us at the Sylvia Center for the Arts on May 3rd for an Opening Night celebration of art and live theatre at this year’s Art for Housing fundraiser sponsored by Ben Kinney Companies benefiting Lydia Place!
Doors open at 5:30pm with a Pre-Show Silent Auction Art Exhibition accompanied with delicious food and drink by Bellingham Cider Co.
Then get ready for the premier performance of Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando in collaboration with Rich Brown from Western Washington University’s Theatre and Dance department.
This Art for Housing event falls on the First Friday of the summer season and has limited tickets, so if you’re a lover of the arts don’t miss this special one night event!