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Publicity Chair, Northumberland Public Library Arts Alive Tour

Posted on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 11:14 am

Lydia and Vincent Haynie, owners of Ingram Bay Contracting, of Reedville make a generous donation to this spring’s Arts Alive Studio Tour set for the weekend of April 13 and 14. The tour is a major fund-raising event that benefits Northumberland Public Library.

Ingram Bay Contracting, Inc. of Reedville, Virginia is a custom residential building and renovation company, owned by Lydia and Vincent Haynie. “We are committed to the community we serve and are excited to celebrate the talented artists in our area by annually contributing to the Arts Alive Studio Tour,” they stated. In operation since 1995, Ingram Bay Contracting, Inc. is known in the Northern Neck as a builder of quality homes. “We take great pride in our work and uphold high standards of craftsmanship, dependability, and integrity,” the Haynies added. The company’s website is at: www.ingrambaycontracting.com

Northumberland Public Library’s Artist Studio Tour (April 13 and 14, 2013) visits more than 20 talented artists from the lower Northern Neck. Proceeds from the self-drive tour benefit the Northumberland Public Library in Heathsville.

A full-color brochure (with detailed map) comes with tour tickets, which are available for purchase for $20 (children 12 and under free) at the Northumberland Public Library; The Bay Window in Irvington; EVB bank locations in Heathsville, Callao, and Kilmarnock; Foxy’s; and Wildest Dreams in Burgess. Tickets may also be purchased in advance at any of the artists’ studios. For a copy of the Arts Alive brochure, call the Library: 804-580-5051.