Art Supplies Drive for Lyons VA Hospital

This January, the Berkeley Heights YMCA will be hosting an Art Supplies Collection Drive in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr., by bringing the joy of art to patients at the Lyons Veteran's Affairs Hospital. Art not only helps to pass the time for those sequestered indoors, but also brings joy, engages the mind and inspires creativity. Please drop off donation items at the Berkeley Heights YMCA. 

WHERE: 59 Locust Avenue, Berkeley Heights, NJ 07902
WHEN: January 17-23, 2021

 

ITEMS WE ARE COLLECTING:

Adult Coloring Books

Colored pencils

Markers

Sketch pads

Water colors

Paint brushes

Puzzles

Crossword Puzzles Books

Word Find Books

Sudoku Puzzle Books

Contact Information
  1. Tiffany Escott
  2. 9084648373
Sun, January 24
5:00 am — 10:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/24/2021 5:00am 01/30/2021 10:00pm America/New_York Art Supplies Drive for Lyons VA Hospital

This January, the Berkeley Heights YMCA will be hosting an Art Supplies Collection Drive in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr., by bringing the joy of art to patients at the Lyons Veteran's Affairs Hospital. Art not only helps to pass the time for those sequestered indoors, but also brings joy, engages the mind and inspires creativity. Please drop off donation items at the Berkeley Heights ...

59 Locust Avenue Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922

Berkeley Heights YMCA

59 Locust Avenue
Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922

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