Thank you to Vancity!

We are pleased to announce Vancity as a partner for this years’ Fifth Annual Art of Being Together! L’Arche Greater Vancouver is grateful for Vancity’s support since our inaugural Art of Being Together in 2011.

Vancity began in 1946 as a way for ordinary citizens to build wealth and has continued to achieve many firsts and milestones since then. The goal of Vancity is to redefine wealth, by re-envisioning prosperity as something we can only achieve if we are connected to a vibrant, healthy community that is sustainable long-term. As Canada’s largest credit union, with 57 branches in Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, Victoria and Squamish they are accurately situated to suit your banking needs!

About the Art of Being Together:

This one day interactive event brings people together to be inspired by the theme of an inclusive community through art. Artists of all abilities showcase their work and monies raised goes towards day programs and improving accessible housing for people with developmental disabilities.

Guests become art judges, participate in creating a piece of art together (no artistic ability required), observe a celebrity guest artist at work enjoy live music and more! Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will also be served.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Doors open at 5:00, presentations begin at 7:00

Nikkei Centre

6688 Southoaks Crescent

Burnaby BC

Admission $25

Tickets available at the door or in advance at Eventbrite

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About L'Arche Greater Vancouver

L'Arche Greater Vancouver is a charitable organization that provides residential care and day programs for adults with developmental disabilities. We are located in Burnaby, BC Canada.
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