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Arranged, hand quilted & embellished by art teacher/artist/poet, Robin J. Miller. The Humble Village collection consists of a poem and 12 painted illustrations inspired by a residential facility, Humble Place, for children in Uganda. Nine of those works will be on display. The Humble Place Project is actually a not-for-profit organization that’s mission is to provide for the future of children adversely affected by poverty, war, or disease such as AIDS. H.U.M.B.L.E. stands for Helping Ugandan Mwanas By Loving Example. Mwana is a Lugandan word for child.
11:00, for all ages. Runs through August 26th, 2012.