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The Arts On The Move

Time: October 4, 2014 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: America On Wheels Museum
Street: 5 North Front Street
City/Town: Allentown, PA
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: The Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association® (GLVMA)
Latest Activity: Sep 27, 2014

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Event Description

The Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association® (GLVMA) Presents:
The Arts On The Move, An event to raise funds for the Lehigh Valley Music Awards Scholarship Program.

Meet and mingle with a number of the area's top fine artists, bid on selected fine art in the silent auction while enjoying a wine selection* from the Starving Artist Winery with light fare while enjoying an evening of music. The first 50 people to arrive will receive a special gift bag. 

Performances By: 
James Supra & Sarah Ayers Quartet with Andy Killcoyne and Mitch Shelly.
Connie Edinger and Tom Marchak Duo
Grace Adele, harpist 

Sponsored by:
The Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association - GLVMA
America On Wheels Museum
Starving Artist Winery
GAPS"The Gallery" Above Penn Square
Snyder & Wiles, P.C. Attorneys at Law
Sound provided by City Entertainment Systems 
Artists organized by Thirteen Butterflies LLC. - 13 Butterflies
Mr. & Mrs. Steve Hassan
Steelwire Productions, LLC

*Ticket price includes two glasses of wine. Additional glasses may be purchased at the event.

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