Thrift, arts and craft on display at senior center show

The Bainbridge Island Senior Community Center is hosting a community thrift, art and craft show and sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26.

The center, which has an in-house thrift shop, is holding the one-day fundraiser featuring furniture, collectibles, home décor and other treasures. Many area artists and artisans have donated their creations as well, including woodcarving, knitted goods, fine art, cards and more.

Organizers anticipate a festive feel.

“We’ve invited some pianists to play, and some artists to do demonstrations during the event,” said Reed Price, executive director of the senior center.

The senior center is located in Waterfront Park Community Center at 370 Brien Drive SE.

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