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2nd annual True, Good + Beautiful Art Show and Auction

Friday, December 2, @ 5:00 pm 9:00 pm

Join us for a magical evening at our 2nd annual True, Good + Beautiful Art Show and Auction! Each family at Cabrini Co-op has created a BEAUTIFUL piece of sacred art, all of which will be featured in our silent auction! Last year we had some INCREDIBLE pieces ranging from laser engravings of the nativity to handwoven rosaries to a painting of the Holy Face. You won’t want to miss the beauty that these children and families create.

Cocktail hour begins at 5 PM and the event will kick off at 6 PM with evening prayers led by our 5th-8th grade students. Food, drinks, and live music are provided as well as opportunities to bid on the sacred art pieces and multiple high-value live auction items! This will be a wonderful evening and is Cabrini’s main fundraiser- the profits are used for paying staff and rent, purchasing supplies, and continuing to further our mission and impact on the North Idaho Catholic community.

See you there! Adults and nursing babies welcome! Formal attire suggested.

Can’t make it? Pay it forward and help support Cabrini by donating here!

Cabrini Homeschool Co-op is a community of joyfully Catholic families in downtown CDA. Our mission is to “Empower the Domestic Church through the Sacraments, Family Life, and a Catholic Education.” We are a screen free, classical hybrid Catholic offering that meets 2.5 days a week and each day begins with daily mass. We have 90 children enrolled (ages 0-13) and are currently waitlisted. Please join us in our efforts to meet the needs of this growing Catholic community by financially supporting this good work and the beautiful families at Cabrini! Visit our website at cabrinicoop.com for more information.

Details

Date:
Friday, December 2,
Time:
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Cost:
$50
Website:
https://bit.ly/3hc4F38
618 East Wallace
Coeur d'Alene, 83814
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