Celebrating the Good Work that Sustains Our Community

Art+Soul: June 6, 2013

Dunkiel Saunders invites you to join us for the second annual Art +Soul celebration at our office on June 6, 2013, from 5:30-9 p.m.

Over the last twelve years, our law firm has been privileged to work with people all around Vermont who are engaged in creative and meaningful enterprises that make a real difference in our communities.  Helping these inspiring individuals, nonprofits, and businesses succeed is what makes the practice of law so fulfilling for all of us at Dunkiel Saunders.

We created Art+Soul to celebrate their good work, raise money for great causes, and help people forge new connections in Vermont’s vibrant creative economy. Each year, Art+Soul benefits a different local nonprofit and features local art inspired by, or connected to, the nonprofit’s mission.  All art will be sold, and proceeds from art sales will be split between the artists and the nonprofit.


Echo Leahy Center for Lake Champlain



This year, the event will benefit  ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center and will feature almost 200 pieces of art from more than 80 artists, all inspired by ECHO’s mission, which is to educate and delight people about the ecology, culture, history, and opportunity for stewardship of the Lake Champlain Basin.

Art+Soul 2012 was a huge success and we hope you’ll join us again this year on June 6, 2013, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at our office at 91 College Street in Burlington.  Come out to celebrate, make some new connections, and enjoy Burlington at its best during the Discover Jazz Festival.  Listen to the great sounds of Red Hot Juba as you take in the art and support ECHO’s good work.

Art + Soul Patio

Check the Art+Soul Facebook page for photos of last year’s event and images of the art submitted last year.

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For planning purposes we ask that you RSVP on Facebook, or by contacting Ki McClennan at  kmcclennan@dunkielsaunders.com

About the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center

ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization celebrating the Ecology, Culture, History and Opportunity for stewardship of the Lake. ECHO strives to teach visitors (approximately 150,000 each year) about the importance of taking care of the Lake Champlain watershed and to look for ways they can improve their habits and action on land and in the water to benefit the health of our community. When we all work together, the frogs, fish, turtles, snakes, birds, mammals with two and four legs, all benefit. ECHO believes that all it takes is “one drop” of positive action to set in motion a ripple of positive change.