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'A Show of HANDS'

When: Through March 30

Now in its fifth year, this annual exhibition at Penny Cluse Café in Burlington asks community members and local artists to creatively customize a wooden hand cut-out. Approximately 100 hands currently adorn the restaurant walls and will be auctioned off to raise money for Helping and Nurturing Diverse Seniors (HANDS), a Chittenden County nonprofit that distributes food to area elders. Contributing artists include Aaron Barton, HANDS founder Megan J. Humphrey, renowned folk artist Warren Kimble, Liz LeServiget, Jess Polanshek and Jon Young.

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