Burlington artists have a ready source of inspiration in a region home to wide-open green spaces such as the Bronte Creek Provincial Park. ADI Development is helping foster that creative spirit by hosting ARTINDEX at the sales centre of LINK Condos + Towns.
In partnership with the Canadian Diabetes Association in Halton, ARTINDEX will feature the portfolio of nine local artists at 5210 Dundas Street West.
Drop by to the sales centre on Tuesday, March 4, from 6:30 to 9:30pm, to gauge the pulse of the local arts scene with ADI Development during their first annual charity auction. Art-lovers are welcome to see the creative works, enjoy decadent edibles from Chef Matt Kershaw of the Alex and experience a live and silent auction with auctioneer Bob Cowan of CHCH Morning Live.
Plus it’s all for a great cause. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Diabetes Association.
Admission is free but be sure to RSVP by emailing RSVP@kimgraham.ca. You can also call 647 462 6862 for more details.
ADI Development is known for throwing a great shindig. In the fall, their Dinner X Design event was a huge crowd pleaser. It’s clear the builder strongly supports both the arts community and the diabetes charity association. The November event saw local artists from No Vacancy, a community-based arts organization in Burlington, painting works inspired by the project’s natural surroundings. The finished products were donated to the Canadian Diabetes Association.
The sales centre of LINK Condos + Towns, the latest project by ADI Development Group and Fortress Real Developments, balances the development’s contemporary look with its natural setting. Suites range in size from 492 to 1,282 square feet and start from the mid $200,000s.
For more information visit adidevelopments.com.