Arts & Entertainment

Jewish Family Service to hold art event at the Julie Nester Gallery

PARK CITY, Utah — Park City’s Jewish Family Service branch will hold an Art Event Friendraiser on March 26 at the Julie Nester Gallery, called an Artful Affair.

Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served while supporters peruse the artwork showcased at the gallery.

JFS’ Arts and Aging Coordinator, Emily Christensen, will give a brief presentation, highlighting the transformative power of art and its impact on the aging community. If you, a family member, or a caregiver would like to join one of JFS’s robust aging community programming options, click here.

RSVPs are required. RSVP here by March 15. 

The Art Event will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at 1280 Ironhorse Drive in Park City.

Jewish Family Service is a nonprofit, social service organization that supports all Utahns, regardless of  denomination, as they navigate life’s challenges. Since 1872, JFS has strengthened individuals and families of all backgrounds through counseling, advocacy, care management, and community education.

JFS is one of the only agencies in Park City offering these services to those in need on a sliding fee scale, meaning they assist all people regardless of ability to pay. Whether offering affordable mental health counseling to individuals and families, resources and comfort to older adults and their caregivers, or being that safety net for those in financial distress via emergency assistance, and has the  Alex & Sally Lebwohl Family Food Pantry.

Jewish Family Service catches those who may be falling through the cracks. Interested parties who aren’t able to attend the Art Event but still want to donate to JFS may do so here.

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