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RSVP by March 21; proceeds benefit St. Madeleine Sophie's Center


By Abigail Migala


March 17, 2011 (El Cajon)--The St. Clair Gallery announces “Wine-Down Wednesday” at the Westfield Parkway Shopping Center at 415 Parkway Plaza in El Cajon on Wednesday, March 23, 2011 from 5 - 7 p.m. The gallery and the shopping center team up twice a year to host these lively receptions, during which part of the common area in Macy’s Court is sectioned off to provide an intimate locale for 150 guests to enjoy fine art, wine and refreshments.


Next week’s exclusive event will showcase some 100 pieces of fine art in many media by twenty local St. Clair Gallery artists. All of the art on display will be for sale, and 20% of any proceeds will go to St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center (www.stmsc.org), a unique organization located in downtown El Cajon that serves adults with developmental disabilities.

Hors d’oeuvers and wine will be provided by On The Border and Artesa Winery, Brighton Collectibles and other retailers will be displaying merchandise, and Jasmine Creek Florists is supplying flowers.

Advanced reservations are required because attendance to this festive occasion is limited to the first 150 respondents. Please RSVP to the shopping center’s Marketing Director, Karyn Houde, at khoude@westfield.com by March 21, 2011. This event is for adults aged 21 and older. There is a $5 per person entry fee which will likewise benefit St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center.

To preview the St. Clair Gallery artists and some of their art, go to http://stclairgallery.web.officelive.com/WestfieldMarch2011.aspx.
For more information, please visit www.stclairgallery.com, or call Howard Bagley, St. Clair Gallery Director, at (619) 322-5328.

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