What: Learn a new and creative approach in the kitchen with this hands on creative kitchen event! A $100 fee includes $50 worth of food, a variety of seasonal recipes, and 20 portions to take home.
When: Sunday, May 3, 1:30 to 4:30pm
Who: Hosted by Colleen Dwyer, Abbi Ferree, and YorkArts
Where: Yorkitchen in Central Market (enter through Cherry Lane)
Why: To support YorkArts and their Get Creative York initiative, showing that art comes in many forms.
How: All attendees are required to preregister by contacting Abbi Ferree at 717-891-7004 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Spaces must be reserved and fees paid by April 25.
On Tuesday, April 14th, Creative York will be hosting two 30min guided tours through Mr. Tim Grumbacher’s impressive art collection on display at the Bon Ton Corporate Center, 2801 E Market St, in York. The first tour will begin at 12:00pm, and the second at 12:45pm. Reservations are made on a first-come-first-serve basis and attendance is limited so email email@example.com or call 717-848-3200 to sign up today!
Guy played an instrumental role during YorkArts’ infancy. By courageously communicating his passion and vision, he established the relationships with the first donors that would sustain YorkArts during the early growth years. In 1997, Guy’s business and finance experience was crucial in the financial and contractual discussions that led to the acquisition of 10 N. Beaver St., which was YorkArts’ first permanent home and remains its current location. His ability to read people and assess their potential led to the hiring of the first full time staff, among them the first executive director, Joanne Riley, who later went on to lead the Cultural Alliance of York County for more than 15 years. Guy also fostered the development of long lasting core programs, such as Art in the Parks.