Annual art raffle offers unique art and food
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BELLOWS FALLS- The 11th annual art raffle hosted by the Rockingham Arts and Museum Project will be held on Sunday, April 21, starting at 3 pm, at Windham Antique Center. The raffle offers an opportunity to win original artwork, meet artists and fellow art lovers, have great food, and support RAMP.

Over 60 regional artists have donated works. Images of the donated works are posted at www.ramp-vt.org. A $25 ticket can lead to winning one of the artworks.

RAMP’s founding director is Robert McBride who moved to Bellows Falls from San Francisco. McBride says “The art raffle is a great opportunity for the community to come together. It is exciting for both the artists and the people who purchase raffle tickets. The quality of the art is very high, and the possibility of winning a piece of art is exciting to the people who purchase tickets. And at the end we feed you!”

Tickets are $25 each or five for $100 and can be purchased online. For more information call (802) 463-3252 or email ramp@sover.net.
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