Crepes Paulette will be raising money for the
Ozarks Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
and the Arkansas Philharmonic Youth Orchestra this Thursday, September 24th in the evening, from 6-8pm, with the final in this series of TRAINEE DAY POP-UP FUNDRAISERS!
Their new chef, is almost ready for prime time, and will be cooking up a full sweet crepe menu, as well as two of their most popular savory crepes: la Complete and la spinach. Since he is in training, the crepes are free for your kind donation and 100% of donations go to the non-profit of your choice if you pay via cash!
This event is being sponsored by Paula Henry who is the owner of Crepes Paulette and parent to Alex who plays the violin in OPYO's Andante. Let's support one of our own in the OPYO family and eat some delicious crepes.
Be sure to pay via cash if you want your donation to go to OPYO
and bring your instrument if you want to play!
Thanks to the Henry family for their very generous donation!
Hello my name is Chari Cross, and I am excited to take on the role of OPYO Manager! I will be writing this blog (My Cavatina) to share what's going on behind the scenes at OPYO. I have been involved with the arts since studying classical ballet at age 8, have played acoustic guitar, and love to express my artistic vision through photography. I also have a BBA from the University of Michigan, am a General Motors Corporation alum and have two sons in YSO, and one at the U of A. In my free time I enjoy playing in the dirt and creating lasting beauty with the Benton County Master Gardeners which I have done for the past 15 years, writing poetry, and researching my family geneology. The arts have always provided me with nourishment for my soul, and I am filled with gratitude to be able to connect with others who share in this love that transcends the linear aspect of time as well as an amalgam of diverse artisic mediums and cultures, and pass it on!