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Providence Center To Open Retail Shop

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April 5, 2016

Providence Center, a nonprofit organization in Anne Arundel County that serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, April 23, for its new Gifts That Give retail store, which is located at its Baldwin Industries facility at 1254 Ritchie Highway in Arnold.

Gifts That Give features pottery and wooden home décor items and housewares, all handmade by artists with disabilities who are served by Providence Center. Proceeds from the sales of the Gifts That Give product line support Providence Center’s programs and services.

The family-friendly event will begin with the ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:00am, followed by all-day product sales and exclusive discounts featuring the Gifts That Give product line and a plant and flower sale from Providence Center’s greenhouse and gardens. The event will also feature handmade products from other local vendors including Here. a pop-up shop; children’s crafts and activities, including face painting by Crystalooney’s Creative Arts; concessions for sale, door prizes and raffles.


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