Open house at C.V. art gallery

As a part of the various celebrations, the Comox Valley Art Gallery would like to celebrate you.

HEATHER AND AHN welcome you to a Comox Valley Art Gallery open house this Saturday.

It’s a wintry, busy time of year!

As a part of the various celebrations, the Comox Valley Art Gallery would like to celebrate you.

This Saturday, you’re invited to a Christmas open house and member appreciation at the gallery from 1 to 4 p.m.

To show appreciation for your support over the year, the gallery team invites you to drop by for fun, creative collage, art-making and to spread the good cheer. Everyone is welcome to this family friendly event.

Enjoy a casual holiday social; meet other CVAG members and guests, participate in the Community Collage or create your own collage and/or Christmas cards to take away. CVAG will provide refreshments, art-making supplies, scissors, glue, glitter, blank cards and collage materials.

The art gallery is located at 580 Duncan Ave., across from the Courtenay public library.

— Comox Valley Art Gallery

 

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