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Art+Soul Pop-Up Market and Fundraiser for Animals

Art+Soul Pop-Up Market and Fundraiser for Animals

On December 10 from 11am to 5pm, Hartford’s ArtSpace Gallery will host the 4th annual Art+Soul Hartford’s pop-up market and fundraiser. An opportunity to shop for unique gifts from local vendors, the event also is a

fundaiser for Protectors of Animals (POA). One hundred percent of the vendor registration fees will be donated to the organization, along with 20 percent or more of sales. The suggested donation at the door is $5 and all door proceeds go to POA.

 

This year’s vendors include: Meredith Acari; Cinder + Salt; Island of Misfit Crafters; Fallenpeach Lane; Mariposa: Mittens and More; Liberty&44; Stock the Bar Candles; Lindsay Behrens Fine Art; Marni Designs; The Art of Tao LaBossiere LLC; Naturally Dogs & Cats; Jenny Fields Fiber; Avé Rivera Studio; Iron*Art; Colemama Creations; Verse Bags; Lisa Kraimer: Hand knit hats; Specles and Petals; Wren in a Willow; JusTea; Let’s Start from Scratch; Hartford Prints!; Timeflies by Lauralie; Tainted, Inc.

Street parking is free on Sundays (Union Place, Church Street, etc.) or pay to park in the lot across from Union Station.

Protectors of Animals (POA), a 501(c)(3) organization, is a leader in the rescue, rehabilitation and adoption of Connecticut’s abandoned, abused and homeless animals with a focus on the neediest cats and dogs in Hartford County. POA was an early pioneer in the state by embracing pediatric spay/neuter; all POA animals are “fixed” before adoption, fulfilling their mission of reducing overpopulation. Formed in 1975, POA is one of the oldest, continuously operating, no-kill animal welfare organizations in the northeast. Primarily run by volunteers, POA dedicates its time and resources not just to rescue, but also to facilitating foster homes for homeless animals, providing extensive medical care for shelter animals, as much socialization and rehabilitation necessary to ready all of their animals for adoption. To date, POA has rescued and successfully placed more than 14,000 cats and 7,000 dogs.

For more information about Hartford ArtSpace Gallery, call 860-548-9975 or visit ArtSpaceHartford.com. For more information about POA, visit POAInc.org. Location: Hartford ArtSpace Gallery, 555 Asylum Ave, Hartford.

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