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Shades Of Bolivar

Posted on April 08, 2019

Shades Of Bolivar
 

"SHADES OF BOLIVAR "

"Shades of Bolivar" made its debut at the 33rd annual Texas Crab Festival as a live auction item 
30 " diameter outdoor art featuring the hand drawn art design of local artist Patty Hagstrom 
High fired into fusible glass for a lifetime warrantied No Fade sign by The Glass Tattoo Company. 
Bordered in various shades of petrified beach tiles from the siding of beach homes taken into the Gulf of Mexico by past hurricanes...installed on Hardie board, embedded in polymer cement.
Complete with hidden hanger ready to hang.. This item brought over $500.00 to the Texas Crab Festival Charities which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that serves to improve the lives of those who call the Bolivar Peninsula home. Proceeds from the annual Texas Crab Festival and donations from patrons are reinvested in the community and help fund youth scholarships and camps, local schools and volunteer fire departments, and various outreach initiatives. So while you, your family, and friends are enjoying all the music, art and fabulous food the Texas Crab Festival has to offer, know that you are also helping to give back to our very special and unique community.

Make plans to attend the 34th annual Texas Crab Festival Mothers Day weekend  Friday, May 10, 2019 at its new permanent home at 1605 Highway 87 in Crystal Beach, and runs through Sunday, May 12, 2019. This exciting new site, now named “Festival Park” sits on 51 acres formerly occupied by Texas Frog Fest, and features a huge performance stage, dedicated dance floor, beer garden, and plenty of room to grow. The Crab Fest makes the move from Gregory Park, its home since the festival began in 1985. The new location provides expanded growth opportunities for Texas Crab Festival Charities 501(c)3, which gives 100% of net proceeds from the festival back to the community in the form of scholarships, job training, youth camps and initiatives for residents of Bolivar Peninsula.

 

 

 

 

 


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