The Holiday season is upon us which means it's time to pull out those holiday decorations, including the perfect wreath!

For the past five years, Cultural Pittsfield's Wreath Art Auction has been the place to get a one-of-a-kind, hand-made wreath from a local artist, with all the proceeds benefiting the South Congregational Food Pantry in Pittsfield. This year the pandemic has forced the auction to get creative, but the wreaths will not be stopped.

This year's 6th Annual Wreath Art Auction once again features over 40 local artists who have committed to creating their spectacular works for the cause. Due to current limitations, this year's auction will not be held in person, but the event will still have a huge impact on the nearly 600 families that depend on the local pantry.

This year the format of the auction is "grab and go", as Cultural Pittsfield opens the Lichtenstein to the public with limited numbers between 12 pm-6 pm on Friday, December 4th. Mask will be required at all times and CDC guidelines will be in place.   Before you shop somewhere else for your holiday wreath, consider stopping in and help feed our neighbors while you get to adorn your home with one of a kind holiday creations.

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