Baton Rouge Curtain Seller Donates Gift to Gala Silent Auction

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The Curtain Exchange, a seller of fine Baton Rouge curtains, has donated a gift certificate to the silent auction that will take place at the Louisiana Art and Science Museum’s annual gala.

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Being able to work with the people in our wonderful community is the very best part of our jobs, so we love being involved in events like this one that help strengthen the community as a whole.

The Curtain Exchange, a seller of high-end curtains in Baton Rouge, will donate a $1,000 gift certificate to the annual gala of the Louisiana Art and Science Museum (LASM). The gala is held each fall in benefit of the museum, which offers educational entertainment for all ages in Louisiana through art galleries, interactive science galleries, lectures, workshops, camps and more. The Curtain Exchange has made this donation as part of the store’s ongoing community support efforts.

“We enjoy being involved with our community,” says The Curtain Exchange of Baton Rouge owner Hollen Brown. “Being able to work with the people in our wonderful community is the very best part of our jobs, so we love being involved in events like this one that help strengthen the community as a whole.”

The theme of this year’s LASM gala is A Bold Expression, inspired by the works of New Orleans artist Fritz Bultman. The gala will take place at the museum on October 18, and will feature fine cuisine from some of Baton Rouge’s best restaurants and caterers, a silent auction and music provided by Ned Fasullo and His Fabulous Big Band Orchestra. The Curtain Exchange’s donation will be one of the items included in the silent auction; other featured items include custom designer clothing, a portrait service and two Tiger Den Suite passes.

Tickets to the gala are $100 for LASM members and $150 for non-members and can be purchased online. More information about this event can be found here.

The Curtain Exchange offers custom luxury curtains and designer drapery and window treatments in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In addition to a constantly updated line of fabrics that may be selected from to create custom draperies, The Curtain Exchange also carries a distinctive selection of ready-made curtain styles and offers drapery hardware and installation. The store’s in-house consultants are happy to work with guests in-store or at home, and customers are encouraged to take advantage of The Curtain Exchange’s 48-hour take home approval process. All of The Curtain Exchange’s draperies are made in the USA. For more information or to schedule an in-home consultation, please visit http://thecurtainexchange.com or visit the store on Facebook.

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