Luminary Work Day- Volunteers Needed

Posted by Anne McCullough on December 15, 2012 | Leave a Comment

The Luminary’s new home on Cherokee Street is having  a demo/work day  this Sunday afternoon, December 16th from 12pm-5pm at 2701 Cherokee Street

Work will consist of taking down plaster from the interior east wall, picking up carpet from the mezzanine, carrying out all of the old shelving and trash from the space.

*A few things that would be helpful
1. Bring your own gloves and bottled water and wear work boots.
2. Extra ladders, crow bars and a battery operated radio would be awesome.
3. Please pass this along to anyone you might know who would be willing to lend a hand.

More work days will be scheduled in the near future so stay tuned!


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