Free “How To Distress Furniture” class at House of Mercy on Friday, June 17

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House of Mercy is hosting a free beginner level distressing furniture class on Friday June 17 from 5:30-6:30 p. m. The instructor, Eddie Hacker of HTG Estate Liquidators, is providing the refinishing supplies free of charge for patrons to create their own masterpieces. Participants must bring their own furniture piece. The size of the piece is important due to the room size limitations. Bring a nightstand, end table or another piece that will fit easily in the front seat of your car.

Hacker is a master furniture refinisher and expert in the field. The basics that covered are preparing the piece, applying new finish, paint techniques and distressing tools. This is a perfect way to bring new life to an old piece of furniture.

Class size is limited to ten people and advanced registration is required so the supplies are adequate.

Sign up by using the “Contact” form at the House of Mercy website (houseofmercyva.org), or sign up in person at the House of Mercy Thrift Store.

House of Mercy Thrift Store hours are Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m., and until 7:00 p. m. on Wednesdays and Fridays. The store is open to the public and is located at 8170 Flannery Ct, Manassas VA 20109.

The sale of very gently used clothing, accessories, and home goods help to provide programs that serve the poor in the greater Manassas, Gainesville, and Nokesville areas. Everything in the store is supplied by generous donors, and are clean, fashionable, and trendy.

Our enrolled low-income clients receive a monthly clothing stipend in addition to food from our pantry, and free classes like ESL, Citizenship, Beginning and GED Math, and Nutrition. This promotes dignity and grace for those House of Mercy serves.

The House of Mercy is a Catholic-based humanitarian 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Manassas, Virginia. Founded in 2005, the organization is dedicated to serving the poor. The House of Mercy provides aid to the poor regardless of background, race, religious affiliation, physical ability, gender or ethnicity. It offers a variety of free programs to the community, including:

* Food Pantry

* Free and discounted clothing

* Thrift Store

* New Shoe program for kids

* English as a Second Language (ESL), GED Math, and Beginning Math

* Citizenship Exam preparation

* Cooking and Nutrition

* Spiritual Formation Classes

* Christmas Assistance

For more information about the House of Mercy, or to register as a client, or to donate financially, email [email protected] or call 703-659-1636.

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