Celebrate the holidays on Sunday, Dec. 10, at the Grapevine TimeXchange’s monthly Pot Luck Dinner. The evening will feature the annual free gift auction, which showcases members’ talents and creative abilities, guitar music and the plastic wrap ball game.  The dinner begins at 6 p.m. at Park United Methodist Church. Members and the public are welcome to attend.

As part of the Gift Auction, members are asked to contribute something that highlights a talent, service or skill they offer as part of the TimeXchange. For example, a person who makes bread or candy as an offer may choose to bring some of these items for the auction. Someone who is a woodcrafter or knitter might offer this type of handcrafted item. A photographer or person who likes to wrap Christmas presents might offer these services at the auction. 

This year, a member will be sharing guitar music at the pot luck for our entertainment and earning a time credit in the process.

The Grapevine TimeXchange is a “time bank” whose mission is to promote equality and build caring community economies through exchanges of time and talents. Many needs are being met by utilizing the talents of the members of the TimeXchange. 

Visit the website at www.hourworld.org to join the Grapevine TimeXchange.

People interested in learning more about the Grapevine TimeXchange are invited to attend the pot luck. Please bring a dish to pass and your own table service.

 If you cannot attend but would like more information, please send an email to mgavacs@mercyhurst.edu or call 725-6309.

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