Tile party to benefit Voices

Many budding Picassos will have a chance to showcase their talent at Nordstrom Fashion Valley through a partnership with Voices for Children. As part of the store renovation, Nordstrom has selected the nonprofit as the beneficiary of its “Tile Painting Party.” Two hundred children will have the opportunity to paint a sea life-themed tile with the help of a visiting artist on May 8 for a $50 ticket. To reserve a spot, call (858) 598-2213.

Kids ages 5-12 are invited to take part. Parents need to sign up for a session time on May 8 at Voices for Children’s office.

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