Valentine’s Day Virtual Live Flower Arranging Workshop
BRIDGES invites you to join their Valentine’s Day Virtual Live Flower Arranging Workshop! This Valentine’s Day let someone know you’re thinking of them. And while you’re at it send yourself something special too! Be part of a fun-filled virtual flower arranging workshop, led by a professional floral expert. Your participation will support BRIDGES’ programs and enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities.
Tickets – $95.00 Twice the Fun Tickets – $180.00
Single Arrangement Option Each ticket includes an abundance of farm-fresh flowers and a vase delivered to your doorstep the day before the event, detailed care guide and a link to join the live virtual workshop with step by step instructions to create a beautiful seasonal arrangement. All you need to bring is a pair of floral clippers or scissors! After the event, you may even have enough flowers in your kit to build a mini arrangement.
Twice the Fun Option Twice the fun! Get one and share one with a special friend or family member ($10.00 savings).
Order Deadline: January 22, 2021 All tickets must be purchased by this date to ensureon-time delivery, sorry no exceptions.
The week of the event you will receive your livestreaming instructions.
Delivery date: February 9, 2021
Live Floral Workshop: Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Making the Invisible Visible Photography Exhibition
11/06/2020 - 05/05/2021
In 2019, Palisades Center’s BRIDGES was awarded a grant from Arts Westchester, an advocate for accessibility and diversity of the arts in Westchester and the surrounding counties, for a Women Veterans Photography Project, entitled Making the Invisible Visible. BRIDGES, an Independent Living Center dedicated to advocacy and leadership on behalf of people with disabilities, intends to raise awareness in the community of local Women Veterans and to provide insight to who they are and honor their service through the Making the Invisible Visible exhibit. The exhibit will showcase 18 Women Veterans in 24″x 36″ black and white photographs.
The exhibit will open on Friday, November 6 and will be displayed on Level One by Macy’s. The printing and installation will be provided by Foley Signs in Orangeburg, New York. The exhibit will be on display for six months.