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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Tie One On, at Our House

Posted By on Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 8:03 AM

click to enlarge For folks who get the blues when they cook, Zachary Starr Miller's apron.
  • For folks who get the blues when they cook, Zachary Starr Miller's apron.



This week's issue of the Times, our annual philanthropy issue, has a story on Our House, which provides shelter and wraparound services to the working poor. Here's a way to help Our House and keep your clothes clean while you cook: The 2015 Tie One On, Our House's live and silent auction of aprons designed by Arkansas artists paired with themed packages,6 p.m. to 9 p.m. tonight (Dec. 3) at Pavilion in the Park. Tickets are $55; call Lizzy Chandler at 374-7383, ext. 120, for more information.


Cooking out: Maybe you'll want to bid on this apron by Emily Wood:

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Is the cook in your house a superhero? And a fan of Roy Lichtenstein? Leah Wachowiak has just the apron for you!

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Or maybe you'd like to bid on an apron by an artist recently who last week won the Arkansas Arts Council's Individual Artist Award, R.B. McGrath: 
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