Thank you from the Canvas

The Canvas Art Studio and Gallery held our annual fundraising dinner and silent auction on Saturday, Feb. 4. We would like to extend a generous thank you to our sponsors: Duck Creek Market, Alaskan Brewing Company and the Sandpiper Café! The support of community businesses allows the Canvas to provide a community arts space for all.

We would also like to thank the following businesses for donating items to our silent auction: Boheme, Mt. Juneau Trading Post, Rejuvenation, Urban Eskimo, V’s Cellar Door, Aurora Projekt, Sherri McDonald, Gastineau Guiding, Wings/Taku Airways, Perseverance Theatre, Alaska Canopy Adventures, Foggy Mountain, Rie Munoz Gallery, Hangar on the Wharf, Alaska Boat and Kayak Rentals, Alaska Fly Fishing, Annie Kaill’s, Costco, Marianne Manning, Heritage Coffee, Salt, Cheri’s Therapeutic Massage, Pie in the Sky, Pilates Bodies, Nell McConahey, Alaska Fudge Company, IGA, Nugget Alaskan Outfitters, The Bear’s Lair, Alaska Robotics, the Island Pub, Mirand McCarty and Seongs.

Thank you also to the community members who attended and made this another great event!

Thank you,

Kelly Manning

Director of the Canvas

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