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National Ice Cream Day: Save the Date for Ice Cream Bowl Fundraiser!

Sunday is #NationalIceCreamDay! In need of a sweet treat? Save the date for our annual Ice Cream Bowl Fundraiser, September 21 – September 22 at the Alexandria King Street Art Festival.  When you buy a handmade ceramic ice cream bowl for only $15 at the Ice Cream Bowl Fundraiser, not only do you get a free scoop of ice cream, but you also help to fund our amazing ceramics department!

Participants in the Ice Cream Bowl Fundraiser can also enter free drawing to win ceramic artwork and an Art League gift certificate! Now that’s sweet!

When you match your ceramics!

Fun Facts: Last year we sold over 1,500 bowls, and over 1,173 scoops of ice cream were served (Superman was the kid’s choice winner)!

For a sweet look into the past, view our 2018 fundraiser photos here.

Best Job Ever: Volunteer Ice Cream Scooper!

Ice Cream Bowl Fundraiser 2019

Where: King Street Art Festival, Market Square (corner of King and N. Fairfax Streets)
When: Saturday, September 21, 10:00 am-6:00 pm & Sunday, September 22, 11:00 am-4:00 pm
Why: Because ice cream is delicious AND the bowls are lovingly handmade by Art League artists, and proceeds support the League’s ceramics department
How: $15 buys you a bowl and a scoop of ice cream!

Artist Bev Ryan chooses a couple bowls to take home
Artist Bev Ryan chooses a couple bowls to take home

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