Hickman brings back Art of Caring event, March 24

On March 24th, The Hickman will bring back the Art of Caring fundraising event at Oakbourne Mansion, 1014 South Concord Road, West Chester, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The tag line for the reimagined event is Passport to Art, because guests will travel throughout the mansion watching artists create pieces live.

While enjoying delectable fare by John Serock Catering, guests will have the opportunity to see Angie Gifford design a fascinator, Nanci Hersh create a mixed media painting, Elva Hurst draw a piece of chalk art, and Mitch Lyons make a clay monoprint. The artwork they create during the event, along with other fine art and items, will be part of the silent and/or live auction that evening.

Other items include tickets to the Tony Award winning Broadway production of Hamilton in New York City, a four course French dinner for 6 at the winner’s home prepared by Chef Sylvie, pieces from the John Hardy silver bamboo jewelry collection, and much more!

Funds raised through Art of Caring will support The Hickman’s Resident Assistance Fund. For 127 years, The Hickman has provided a safe and thriving home for countless seniors in need of care in the West Chester borough. The Hickman has a long history of providing financial assistance to residents who have exhausted their financial resources and are no longer able to cover room, board, and additional personal care services.

The Hickman thanks the 2018 Art of Caring: Passport to Art Committee: Crissy Bowden (Chair), Kathy Adams-House, Denise Antonelli, Esq., Martha Boston, Ph. D., Pamela Leland, Ph. D., Russell Oden, Nancy Pine, Esq., Andrea Taylor, Ph. D., Kathryn Turnock, and Tina Witek.

The Hickman also thanks the 2018 sponsors*. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information about sponsoring Art of Caring: Passport to Art or to purchase $75 tickets,

visit www.thehickman.org or call Jen Harris at 484.760.6306 or email jharris@thehickman.org.

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