JAMESTOWN – Local residents are invited to attend an open house for a newly opened art facility and community center on Jamestown’s east side.
Sherwood Arts #INC will present an Artisan Open House on Saturday, April 29 from noon until 6 p.m. The event is being held at the Sherwood Arts Complex, which is the former Dahlstrom’s location on Buffalo St. – with the entrance to the space located on East Second St. where the Dahlstrom’s delivery entrance was located.
This event is organized by Sherwood co-founders Justin Miller and Vince Liuzzo. They say it will be family friendly and free to the community and will showcase local artisans, musicians and charitable organizations in the community’s newest center for entertainment.
The two also say that the acronym #INC stands for Involvement, Neighborliness, Charity – which are three ideals that symbolize the objective of the Sherwood Arts brand.
During an interview with WRFA, Miller explained that the goal of Sherwood Arts it to revive a feeling of Positivity and home in the city.
“Those three things are imperative for continuing a successful community, rebuilding a community, or rebranding a community,” Miller said. “Our town has seen some challenges and we want to shift the tides. We want to lose this negative stigma of a dangerous city where people don’t care for one another. We want to make courtesy and kindness something people want to be a part of.”
More details on the #INC movement and event info can be found at Sherwood Arts Complex #INC on Facebook and also will be provided during the April 29 Open House.
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