Bean to Cup brews up art exhibition for Movember cause

Sassan Filsoof shows her Graphics for a Cause at the Bean to Cup Coffee House in support of Movember and prostate cancer awareness. - submitted
Sassan Filsoof shows her Graphics for a Cause at the Bean to Cup Coffee House in support of Movember and prostate cancer awareness.
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With moustaches sprouting up everywhere, the Bean to Cup Coffee Shop and Bistro has found a unique way to support Movember’s Prostate Cancer Awareness and Treatment cause.

Bean to Cup is inviting the public to its opening night reception for Graphics for a Cause, featuring the work of local artist Sassan Filsoof.

Filsoof’s art highlights many causes that are close to her heart, including environmental, political, and humanitarian, and is the perfect accompaniment to Movember’s message.

Opening night for the show is Wednesday from 7 to 9:30 p.m., and is open to the public, who are encouraged to come early, and bring a friend.

Filsoof’s art will be available for viewing at Bean to Cup for the next month.

“We will be serving winter comfort food: grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato bisque soup will be available all evening,” said Bean to Cup owner Kunal Chander, adding, “We’re also supporting the Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation on opening night. From each $6 special ordered, we’ll be giving $2 directly to the chosen charity. We hope you’ll all join us and check out the great art in our Downstairs Gallery.”

For more information about Bean to Cup and their Downstairs Gallery, visit their Facebook pages: www.facebook.com/beantocup and www.facebook.com/beantocupgallery.



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