Arts passports now available

Arts and Culture Week, April 21 to 27, is almost here and Summerland is ready to strut its stuff.

Arts and Culture Week, April 21 to 27, is almost here and Summerland is ready to strut its stuff.

Pick up your passport at the Arts Centre or Library and flip through the listings of the many activities and sights.

From the touring the murals and sculptures around town to the busy potters in the downstairs studio of the Art Centre to sitting back and enjoying an old fashioned radio play, there’s something for all ages and interests.

Check off the listings that you take in and then drop off your passport at the Art Centre and enter the draw for a gift basket loaded with goodies from participating artists.

And don’t forget to mark your calendar for the Wind-Up Celebration on Friday. April 26, an evening of live music, tapas, wine, the passport draw and the presentation of the 2013 Arts Appreciation Award.

Pick up your complementary ticket at the Art Centre Tuesday to Friday 10:30 to 4:30 or call 250-494-4494.

 

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