Sweet Pea Project's founder, Stephanie Paige Cole, has teamed up with Australian film-maker, and fellow bereaved mama, Pia Dorer, to create the delicate and bold Sacred Project film.  Learn more about this important work of art and love, which was created using images from 493 bereaved mothers from all across the world and the voices of these mothers speaking in 18 different languages, at

The film will be released world wide on December 1st.  On Friday, December 5th, as part of Downtown Lancaster's First Friday, Sweet Pea Project will host a screening of the Sacred Project film at Mulberry Art Studios.  The gallery will open at 5pm, with other art exhibits and entertainment, and the film will be screened at 9:00 pm.  The film is only a few minutes long, but guests are welcome to come early and linger for a little afterwards in the candlelit gallery space.

There is no fee to attend the screening, and all are welcome.  We do ask that anyone with squirmy sleepy children please wait outside, as we want the room to be silent so that everyone can feel the full impact of this film.

Mulberry Art Studios is located in beautiful downtown Lancaster, PA at 19-21 North Mulberry Street, and offers free parking in the private lot directly behind the gallery.  Downtown Lancaster will be bustling that evening with lots of art galleries and cafes open for First Friday, so come early and enjoy all that the town has to offer.

Registration is not required, but we'd love to know how many people to expect.  If you plan to attend, please click on the link below and let us know.  Thank you!