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“Not so Silent” Art Auction

NAMI Kansas to hold “Not So Silent” Art Auction in Topeka

The 2021 “Not so Silent” Art Auction, supporting NAMI Kansas, will open on Monday, February 15th and run through Saturday, February 20th. The art will be on display and open for bidding during business hours at KB Design Solutions showroom, 4028 SW Huntoon, right next to Skinny’s, in Topeka’s Gage Center.

On Saturday, the final day of the auction, there will be live music, snacks and other entertainment from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The event is hosted by the Topeka Business Network. Funds raised for NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) go directly to the growth of no-cost Signature Programs, training, and support groups.

All art must be picked up and paid for at the end of the auction. Cash and checks will be accepted.

Last year’s “Not so Silent” Art Auction was held in the downtown area and was a huge success.

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For more information contact Stacey Lyddon at development@namikansas.org or 785-220-1623. You can also find out more, and get updates on NAMI Walks and other activities by visiting the NAMI Kansas page on Facebook.

–Lee Hartman | Metro VoiceNAMI art Auction

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