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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Yummies in a Jar, Napsters on a Wall

We were a bit behind the curve on this one -- we didn't get the notice that there was a fundraiser for the Animal Shelter for Hunstville AND the Muskoka Animal Shelter until Saturday.  The event was on Sunday, at John Murden's Art Gallery and Lynn Murden's Yummies in a Jar studio, near Baysville.

It was a bit of a scramble, but we got there, with a framed print for the Silent Auction. The place was jam-packed (if we can use that phrase about a place famous for its jams and jellies!)  Along with John's lovely artwork, there are several other artists, carvers, artisans who display work in the gallery, and along with THAT was an extensive collection of food items on offer from Savour Muskoka.   There is a long post about all of THAT on the Bondi Resort Blog.

The day was a great success, raising over $2100 for the Animal Shelters. Napster's print, Cardinals,went to Chef Randy of Spencer's Tall Trees. That's one of our favourite restaurants, so we were pleased.  Napster has expressed a wish that next trip there, we bring home a 'doggy bag for the kitty.'


  1. Sounds like a wondeful time. I've always wanted to drop into Yummies in a Jar and haven't got around to it but I will, I swear! Yay for Napster - I'm sure his painting will look awesome at the restaurant.

  2. Thanks for visiting Napster's blog, Cathy! Yes, be sure to check out the Gallery and Yummies store! And while you are shopping, should YOU not also have a Napster print :)

  3. I have that Napster item in a card! I love his work. Great times had by all, Nancy.
    Cheers from snowy Cottage Country!