Hoot for Hospice - Sunday June 23, 2019

Pick up a paint brush and join hundreds of artists in Port Perry for a fun, instructor-led Paint Day fundraiser on Perry Street on June 23, 2019.  Give a Hoot for Hospice in Memory of Carley Anne Caldwell has challenged the community to reach their goal of five hundred amateur painters putting paint to canvas to raise money for the Oakridges Hospice and the Scugog Council for the Arts.

 

 

Give a Hoot for Hospice

Pick up a paint brush and join hundreds of artists in Port Perry for a fun, instructor-led Paint Day fundraiser on Perry Street on June 23, 2019.  Give a Hoot for Hospice in Memory of Carley Anne Caldwell has challenged the community to reach their goal of five hundred amateur painters putting paint to canvas to raise money for the Oakridges Hospice and the Scugog Council for the Arts.

Carley Ann loved a big community event, a beautiful day outside, and painting with friends. “It’s going to be a lot of fun and it’s going to make a big impact.” said Steve Caldwell who is organizing the event in honour of his late daughter Carley Anne Caldwell who passed away from cancer in February 2017.  Steve says “This event will provide us with the opportunity to give back to a facility similar to the one that provided so much comfort in a difficult time for Carley Ann and our family.”

 

The event will take place on Sunday, June 23, 2019 on Perry Street, between Queen and North Streets.  Tables will be set up and participants are asked to bring your own folding chair if you wish to have seat.  In the event of rain, the event will be moved to the Scugog Community Recreation Centre on Reach Street.

There are still many ways you can be involved. For more information call Steve at 905-242-4811. Register as a Painter (on our CanadaHelps page you are called a Team Leader) to pay your fee to participate and start getting your own sponsors. Register Here.

 

 

Painter's Registration

The registration fee is only $20 and participants are encouraged to gather additional sponsors. The goal is to raise $50,000 in one afternoon.

Geared towards painters 8 years and older, paint, brush and canvas will be included in the registration and step-by-step instruction will be provided by local artist and META4 Gallery co-owner Birgitta MacLeod.  No experience required and you will bring home a charming and colourful painting of an owl, one of Carley’s favorite animals.

On our Canada Helps page you are called a Team Leader. This is where you pay to register for your participation and for us to save a kit for you. Once you register and pay your fee at Canada Helps, you can start fundraising. Register Here to Participate

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