The Arts Alliance will award Medals at THE pARTy!

. January 2, 2016.
pARTY

The Arts Alliance will award Medals for Arts, Science, and Humanities and the 21st Century Awards at THE pARTy! 2016 on January 27 at Melange Bistro in downtown Ann Arbor, honoring local artists, individuals, and business that have contributed to the arts, sciences, and humanities throughout Washtenaw County. Among the awards are the Philanthropic Excellence Medal to the Harry A. & Margaret D. Towsley Foundation, and the Excellence in Education Award to the Wild Swan Theater. The Arts Alliance is a nonprofit organization that serves and promotes the creative sector throughout Washtenaw County. The pARTy! 2016 is sponsored by Mélange Bistro, Real Estate One, Oxford Companies, and the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation. Visit the website for a full list of winners.

Wednesday, January 27 6pm
$150/members, $175/nonmembers
Melange Bistro, 312 S Main St.
734-213-2733 | a3arts.org

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