Ciel Patenaude talks about Making Connections

Ciel Patenaude talks about Making Connections

Art exhibitions continue at Station House

Two exhibits continue at the Station House Gallery until May 31 — works by local students and by Al-Lisa Tresierra McKay.


Two art exhibits continue at the Station House Gallery until May 31. In the upper gallery works by local students, in the main gallery works by Al-Lisa Tresierra McKay.

Come out this Sunday, May 25 between 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Third Street and Borland Avenue and enjoy a fresh eggs benedict and drink for only $8. Vegetarian options available.

The Laker’s Club event will help raise money for the Station House Gallery’s kids arts programs and kids cancer research through the Relay for Life.

Additionally, the Station House invites all artists (individuals or groups) to submit art works for the 2014 Summer juried group exhibit, My Williams Lake, Celebrating Williams Lake’s 85th birthday. All mediums encouraged.

Theme: explore the idea of “My Williams Lake” Celebrating Williams Lake’s 85th Birthday.

The deadline for applying has been extended to June 7.


Local jazz group Blue Notes will perform at the Laughing Loon on Saturday May 24 at 7 p.m. as part of the Laker’s Care Club’s Annual barbecue.


Families fighting cancer host a dinner, dance, silent and live auction, Saturday May 24, at the Sacred Heart Hall.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m. Tickets available at Cariboo Eye Care Clinic and the Royal Bank. Safe rides home provided by Adventure Charters.


Grab a child, grandchild, niece, nephew or little person and attend the Children’s Festival, Sunday May 25 at Boitanio Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Hosted by the Women’s Contact Society, the festival will feature free activities and entertainment, as well as prizes.

The line up of performers includes Magical Jesaja Class, Terri Smith doing interactive theatre, and music by Michelle Erlandson and the AngelKeys Children’s Choir.


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