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Serve Kindness Launches on November 16th!

Mosesian Center for the Arts is one of the charities donated to when you purchase a Serve Kindness glass bowl. Truly giving back!

We are thrilled to be launching Serve Kindness in partnership with the Mosesian Center for the Arts (MCA), located in Watertown, Massachusetts.

November 16th, from 5:30 - 7:30 is the opening reception for “GET HAPPY” Handmade Holiday Gift Shop featuring fun and functional handmade gifts and highlighting Serve Kindness bowls.  A portion of the proceeds from the sale of our bowls will benefit the MCA.

This evening is also the opening reception for the Open to Interpretation abstract art exhibition which is a juried show and Melissa will juror the Best in Show Award of $250 given by Serve Kindness.

Please join us for the Opening Reception and to celebrate the launch of Serve Kindness.






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