LOUISVILLE, KY (Oct. 31, 2017)
Safe Place Holiday Celebration, December 2, 2017 at Flame Run Studio & Gallery
This holiday season, Flame Run Glass Studio and Gallery wants to celebrate a Safe Place for everyone by supporting the YMCA Safe Place. Flame Run is a family business and recognizes the essential services the Safe Place offers in repairing and building healthy families.
On Saturday, December 2, Flame Run will honor the Safe Place by donating $5 from each Blow-Your-Own-Ornament created that day to the Safe Place Shelter House for homeless and at risk youth. There will also be small gifts available with a minimum $2 donation to Safe Place.
Flame Run Gallery Director, Tiffany Ackerman, with support from The Kentucky Center ArtsReach, has been the in-house art teacher at the YMCA Safe Place Shelter House for almost 5 years. “My work at Safe Place allows me to share the gift of art for emotional healing and development. I am grateful to Flame Run for hosting this event to support all that Safe Place does for our community.”
Consider supporting a safe holiday for everyone and make an appointment at Flame Run to share this special event with us.
Appointments are available by calling the Flame Run Gallery at 502-584-5353.
About Flame Run:
Flame Run, owned by Brook Forrest White, Jr. of Louisville, is located at 815 W. Market Street, just steps away from the Louisville Slugger Museum, the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, and the Louisville Science Center. Flame Run at Glassworks showcases contemporary and original glass creations. It also includes a working glass-blowing hot shop, welding shop, gift shop, gallery, and an offering of classes for beginning glass artists.
Hours are: Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., or by appointment.
Log on to www.flamerun.com or call (502) 584-5353 for more information.