Glass Hive helps Salvation Army

Glass Hive Studio will be celebrating this Christmas season with a Salvation Army Fundraiser and Open House on Dec. 1 and 2

The Glass Hive Studio will be celebrating this Christmas season with a Salvation Army Fundraiser and Open House on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1-2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Jen Eaton, author of the children’s book series “It’s Okay to be Me” will be there for signing of her first three books on self-esteem and anti-bullying.

Owners of the studio, Kent and Ellen Miller, start putting up the Christmas lights on their 55-foot tall Christmas tree weeks earlier in preparation. There will be hot dogs and hot chocolate by donation. All donations go to the Salvation Army as well as 20 per cent of Saturday’s sales. There will be an area available for guests to drop off any good used clothing or small furniture donations for the Salvation Army.

The Glass Hive Studio is full of one of a kind Christmas gift ideas. There are fused glass products such as dinnerware, wind chimes, sun catchers, bowls, platters and jewelry in a rainbow of colors. Custom work is also done. If you feel creative, there are classes available to make your own.

The Glass Hive Studio is a teaching/working studio at 30273 Canary Court, just off Mt. Lehman Road in West Abbotsford. Phone 604-615-6902 or see websitewww.theglasshive.ca

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