Glass Studio Plans Annual Sale to Benefit Humane Society


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Epiphany glass studio's annual Holiday Show & Sale will be held in Pontiac on Dec. 4-6.

Join artist April Wagner and her team for live glassblowing demonstrations while shopping for colorful ornaments, elegant wine decanters, one-of-a-kind glass artwork, festival fall leaves, and an array of new pet-themed items during the epiphany glass studio's annual Holiday Show & Sale to benefit the Michigan Humane Society.

“We are grateful to April and epiphany glass studios for this unique partnership, as it allows us to celebrate the impact of our beloved companions through wonderful art and will also directly help MHS care for animals in need,” says Matthew Pepper, president and CEO of the Michigan Humane Society.

The pet products are both beautiful and functional, made from extremely strong, thick glass that is safe for your pet. Unlike ceramics and plastics, glass will not leach any chemicals, minerals or toxins over time, eliminating any concerns over harmful material from the bowl seeping into a pet’s drinking water or food.  Additionally, the bowls are completely non-slip.

The Holiday Show & Sale will be held from 4-8 p.m. Dec. 4; noon-6 p.m. Dec. 5; and noon-6  p.m. Dec. 6 at 770 Orchard Lake Rd. in Pontiac. For more information, call the studio or email via mary@epiphanyglass.com.

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