Friday, November 20, 2015

First Friday at Druids Keep 12/4

Update 11-26-15: We have now added Art Star Boutique, Ritual Ritual Jewelry, and Once Worn Consignment to our list of raffle basket participants and this list is growing! Tickets will be $5 each or $20 for 5 tickets, 100% of proceeds going to NLNA!

This is the second annual First Friday event upstairs at the Druid's Keep in Northern Liberties!! Along with art in various forms at all price points starting at $5, this year, we have a prize raffle for a gift basket including gift cards to several Northern Liberties businesses including Chez Bow Wow (groomer), Liberties Parcel (printing, shipping etc), One Shot Coffee, Yards Brewing Company, Ritual Ritual (jewelry and fashion apparel), Soy Cafe (vegan cafe) and adding more as we get closer to the date! ***100% of proceeds from the raffle tickets sold will benefit NLArts, a Northern Liberties art program for local children. ***

There is a variety of artwork with all price ranges, and vendors ACCEPT CREDIT!
RSVP to the event on Facebook:
Date: Friday, 12/4
Location: Druids Keep (upstairs) 149 Brown St, Phila, PA 19123 (Brown and Hancock between Front & 2nd Streets)
Time: 6pm-10pm or later
Cost: None
Vendors accept cash and credit
Parking: 2 hour street parking on Brown Street and Poplar Street, free untimed/unmetered parking on 2nd st/front street

benefiting NLArts!


Alicia Arcidiacono- wildlife and nature photography-
Bryan Brown- Philly love photography-

Dan Lisowski- illustrations, illustrated poetry
Delia King- Glass Ornaments and Pornaments-

Deliah Poore- handmade jewelry

Janell Wysock- weaving- and

Jen Ritts- Coat/Key Racks,

Nancy Nagle- Fiber Artist,

Rob Schichtel, gemstone necklaces and bracelets 

Ross Earhart- Infrared Photography -

Sarah Rado- paintings, art coasters, ladies apparel, art lanterns

Stu Kaplan- disc golf apparel, Northern Liberties apparel


NLArts Mission

NLArts is a Philadelphia arts organization that expands each child’s appreciation for, and participation in, their community.  This is accomplished through interaction with artists and educators in neighborhood-based performing and visual arts activities.
NLArts provides innovative arts programs to children of Philadelphia at weekend and summer workshops taught by local artists.  Programs recognize and teach to children’s individual learning styles and interests by connecting them with the wealth of artistic, cultural, academic, and historic resources throughout Philadelphia.

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