102 days ago

2020 Art Calendars a few left reduced to $20

Marilyn from The Brook

Still a few available!!!!!! Locally produced (painted and printed) art calendars. They are full of my colourful paintings one per month on good quality paper A4 portrait format. Just enough space to write appointments on each day. Wire bound with hanging loop. I also have colourful greeting cards (some with local scenes) for $5 if you visit my gallery (only outlet) at 221 Brook St (call first) 03 548 9400 and mention Neighbourly. The calendars were $23each now $20 and I can post to you or your friends and family in NZ for $7 extra.

Price: $20

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