Help Yourself: A Fundraiser Celebrating Elephant In The Attic's First Year

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Help Yourself: A Fundraiser Celebrating Elephant In The Attic's First Year
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Join us for our one year anniversary party and the closing of SELF HELP, our first series of exhibits. The event will help support our upcoming launch of THE GOOD EARTH, made of seven exhibits of imagined future landscapes, and a new year of community arts programming.

HELP YOURSELF is a personal enrichment carnival, with step-by-step exercises carefully designed by neighborhood celebrities to encourage full self actualization. There will also be a live art auction--providing the ultimate retail therapy with huge deals on framed prints.

Raffle tickets purchased at the door act as currency for experiences, and can win you great prizes from both the shop and our amazing community of supporters including: Archive Tattoo, Bikes on Wheels, BIVY, Centre for Social Innovation, The Crimson Wave, Full of Beans, Grateful Head Salon, Hogtown Cure, Jackrabbit Salon, Life of Manek, The Pantyhose Barber, artist Ruth Jean Silver, Travares Oriental and Victory Industry Tattoos.

Buy individual tickets for art experiences, or complete our full GOLD STAR six-step program for $25 to gain FULL ACCESS to all our interventions including:

**Intimate Verbatim Analytical Reflection by writer MICHAEL YOUNG--Find out things you already know!

**Comfort Tastings and Gourmet Recipe Sharing with CHRIS SCHROER (owner of Hogtown Cure)

**Personalized Beauty Lessons by LYSA FINA (Owner of Grateful Head Salon)

**Vision Board Healing with collage artist, EMALEE BRANDENBURG

**Go Fish Tarot Readings by ERIKA SCHWEIZENHEIMER

**Sound Therapy by ZACH CLARK (Musician/DJ)

Help yourself by helping our community. Proceeds from this event will go towards supporting upcoming community events year-round at Elephant in the Attic. A portion of the funds will also support women and kids fleeing domestic abuse at The Redwood women's shelter.
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