Art and community is a powerful combination.
Community members came together at Sandhill Nursery in Huntsville to explore their creativity and create a beautiful piece of meaningful artwork, called Wesley. It is now up for bid in an online auction in support of Community Living Huntsville. The auction closes September 5, 2022, at 8:00 PM.
Community members also contributed to our second annual Artists for Inclusion online art auction. The auction raised awareness and thousands of dollars for our Transitional Housing Initiative.
And hundreds of community members came to Tom & Winnie: Art, Mystery and Tragedy, presented by renowned Canadian author Roy MacGregor at Huntsville’s Algonquin Theatre earlier this month, also in support of Community Living Huntsville.
Art and community have creatively helped us raise needed funds and vital awareness for our programs, services, and initiatives in support of people with developmental disabilities, and their families, in North Muskoka. In this newsletter, you can find more about these collaborations. You can also learn more about our Transitional Housing Initiative, our new Be an Inclusive Landlord initiative, and a healthy school lunch box program we are proud to support.
We are grateful for our community, including our arts community, as we continue to create meaningful and lasting change for people and families in North Muskoka with creative ideas, together.
Community Engagement Specialist
Community Living Huntsville