Camera club celebrating its 50th

One of the highlights will be the fourth annual presentation of ImageFest.

The Comox Valley Camera Club will celebrate its 50th anniversary throughout 2014, and one of the highlights will be the fourth annual presentation of ImageFest.

Tickets are on sale  for the March 22 event at the Sid Williams Theatre. It consists of a series of slideshows set to music, produced by members of the club.

Previously, the show has played to a full house and included landscapes, portraiture, street photography, architecture, action, seascapes, safaris and cityscapes to name a few.

This year promises to be equally enthralling for the viewer, and the CVCC invites you to ensure you have the best seats possible by picking up your tickets ($15 inclusive) at the Sid Williams box office.

For details, visit www.comoxvalleycameraclub.org or

www.sidwilliamstheatre.com/events.

— Comox Valley Camera Club

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