Irish Tea fundraiser will be March 7
The Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History’s annual fundraiser, An Irish Tea, will be held March 7 at 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Center’s galleries.
The event features tea, finger food and entertainment, along with viewing of exhibitions currently being shown at the Center.
Along with Irish teas, attendees will be treated to five finger foods – open face cucumber sandwich squares, Farmhouse Cheese finger sandwiches with onion and raisin chutney on brown bread, ham finger sandwiches with Dijon mustard and butter, shortbread with currant jam, and Irish Tea Brack – a bread with raisins or currants, tea and rum
The entertainment features more than a dozen Celtic dancers from Moscow and Lewiston dance academies who will act as models and performers throughout the galleries.
Exhibitions currently on display at the Center include the “LCSC Faculty Fine Arts Exhibit: Diane Doty and Ray Esparsen” and the Nez Perce Pictorial Beading Exhibition “Nimiipuu Beading: Yesterday & Today.”
Tickets for An Irish Tea are $17 per person, and available for purchase at the LCSC Center for Arts & History located at 415 Main Street in Lewiston, at the Owl Pharmacy on Southway in Lewiston, and on the LCSC campus at the Community Programs office in Sam Glenn Complex Room 211.
An Irish Tea is sponsored by Dr. Richard Weiland. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Center for Arts & History, a department of Community Programs at LCSC. The Center for Arts & History is a regional resource for art, history and cultural events that actively support diversity in the Lewiston-Clarkston area.
For more information on the event, call 792.2243 or visit www.lcsc.edu/museum