The Pink Llama Gallery in Cedarburg will host a Valentine’s Day party to benefit the Jonathan Clark House on Wednesday, Feb. 1.
Visitors can enjoy complimentary refreshments as they shop for Valentine’s Day gifts. The Pink Llama Gallery will donate a percentage of the sales from Feb. 1 to The Friends of Jonathan Clark House.
The Pink Llama showcases the work of 100-plus artists. The gallery’s offering of local, unique and affordable art is one of the reasons it has become a favorite destination for many in Ozaukee and the surrounding counties.
The Jonathan Clark House, located just 2-plus miles south of the gallery in Mequon on Cedarburg Road, is a beautiful stone home built in the Greek Revival-style in 1848. It became a local history museum in 2012, and a campaign is underway to preserve and restore it. The museum is available for individual and small group tours. Interested individuals should contact Museum Director Nina Look at 262-628-2051 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The party, from 4 to 7 p.m., is free and open to the public. The Pink Llama Gallery is located at W62 N580 Washington Ave. The phone number is 262-402-3098.
For more details, go to www.thepinkllama.com and to www.jonathanclarkhouse.org