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Artists in Harmony online auction now taking place

This banjo, painted by Janice Guinan, can be seen in one of the Prince Street windows of NovelTea Bookstore Cafe. Funds raised through its sale will go to the Truro Homeless Outreach Society.
This banjo, painted by Janice Guinan, can be seen in one of the Prince Street windows of NovelTea Bookstore Cafe. Funds raised through its sale will go to the Truro Homeless Outreach Society. - Lynn Curwin

Bidding is now open on some unusual works of art.

Thanks to the talent and time of local artists, old musical instruments have become items of beauty that support charities.

Items that are part of the Artists in Harmony project can be seen in shop windows throughout downtown Truro, and people can place bids through an online auction on the Facebook page.

Pictures of the instruments, and information on where they're located. can also be found online.

Bidding continues until Sunday, July 22 at 10 p.m. and winning bidders will be able to take their items home on the evening of July 25

This work of art, painted by Dennis Hare, is located in a window at FYI Doctors. Money raised through its sale will benefit the Colchester SPCA.
This work of art, painted by Dennis Hare, is located in a window at FYI Doctors. Money raised through its sale will benefit the Colchester SPCA.

Related: Musical instruments get new life, benefit charities in Truro

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