Saving Ojibway Through Art

Save-Ojibway-Logo(WINDSOR, ON) – Friends of Save Ojibway Prairie and Blue Dot Windsor have teamed up to raise awareness of local environmental risks through an evening of art to be held at Milk Coffee Bar on June 21, from 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm.

Poster-for-An-Evening-of-ArThe event will include a Less Than $200 sale of art work, from local artists, which interpret the theme of Species at Risk.

There will also be interactive art stations throughout the evening including Poetry on Demand by Vanessa Shields, fresh-pressed t-shirts from Jay Rave,n of South Detroit Studio, A Creative Response with Danah Beaulieu, and caricature portraits by Adriane D Clipperton.

Entrance is just $5 at the door and money raised at this event will help to cover the legal costs of fighting for the protection of the land adjacent to Ojibway Park, which includes hiring an air expert, hydrologists, herpetologist, environmental planner, transportation planner, and others, in order to help build the case to defend the land from the proposed big box development.

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For more information check out the Save Ojibway website or the Blue Dot online presence.Blue-Dot

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