Eastham Ace Hardware Grill Event Supports Academy of Performing Arts

Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

From the family-owned Eastham Ace Hardware store:

Eastham Ace Hardware is pleased to announce their “Round up for the APA in May” campaign. 

The Academy of Performing Arts in Orleans is a great asset to our community.  From the many shows presented at the theater to the wide variety of dance, vocal and instrumental lessons offered at the school, the Academy helps foster talent and character for all who participate.  They continue to produce some of the best local programs for the members of our Lower Cape Community. 

After finding themselves in some financial difficulties, Eastham Ace Hardware has decided to do what we do best, help our neighbors.  During the month of May we will be asking our customers if they would like to round up their transaction to the nearest dollar- with the difference going to the APA.  This has proved to be a very popular fund raiser and we look forward to doing what we can to help.  Eastham Ace Hardware has also signed on as the Venue Sponsor for the APA School’s annual Spring Show.  The school does a tremendous job with this production and is currently seeking other corporate and business sponsors to help insure the show goes off without a hitch.  Please contact the School if you might be interested at  [email protected].

Eastham Ace Hardware will also be hosting our Neighborhood BBQ Fest Saturday May 4  from 11-2.  We will be offering up free samples grilled on our Big Green Egg, Traeger, and Weber grills.  Any donations received at the grilling station will also benefit the APA School.

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