Elisabeth Hoelderl took photographs while visiting Italy 25 years ago and has painted the same scene in water colours. This rendition of the scene on display this month at the Station House Gallery is done in coloured pencil.

Elisabeth Hoelderl took photographs while visiting Italy 25 years ago and has painted the same scene in water colours. This rendition of the scene on display this month at the Station House Gallery is done in coloured pencil.

Cariboo Art Society hosts show

The Cariboo Art Society is holding its 67th annual show and sale called Making Our Mark in the Station House Gallery from June 3 through to July 2. The gallery is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the foot of Oliver Street at #1 Mackenzie Avenue.

The Cariboo Art Society is holding its 67th annual show and sale called Making Our Mark in the Station House Gallery from June 3 through to July 2. The gallery is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the foot of Oliver Street at #1 Mackenzie Avenue.

The show features a wide variety of paintings and wall art in a variety of styles by lakecity artists Lynda Sawyer, Kris Andrews, Kathryn Steen, Gladys Wheatley, Anne Kohut, Sharon Prevette, Marilyn Dickson, Elisabeth Hoelderl, Karen Mayers, and Lorne Lazzarotto.

 

Fashion show supports SPCA

New World Coffee & Tea House in Williams Lake is hosting a spring fashion show on Saturday, June 11 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 and all proceeds from tickets sales will go to support our local SPCA. Tickets are available at Woodland Jewellers, Designer Consigner and Lilac Tree Fashions and at New World Coffee & Tea House. Call 778-412-5282 for information.

 

High school rodeo finals

The B.C. High School Rodeo finals are happening in the Stampede Grounds this weekend. The finals started Thursday, June 9 and run through to Sunday, June 12.

Several local athletes have qualified and will be in action at the event.

 

Pedal by the Puddle

The Williams Lake Cycling Club hosts the fourth annual Pedal by the Puddle Sunday, June 12.

A course map is posted online at the event’s website, along with registration information. Visit www.pedalbythepuddle.com.

 

Queen contestants riding finals

The 2011 Stampede Queen contestants will participate in the horsemanship finals judging on Wednesday, June 15 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Williams Lake Stampede Grounds.

 

Memory of Water returns to stage

The Studio Theatre will present two more viewings of their award winning play The Memory of Water this month before the play goes on to compete at the provincial festival in Kamloops on July 3.

Memory of Water will be on state at the Studio Theatre June 28 and June 29 starting at 8 p.m. each evening. Tickets are available at About Face Photography.

 

Chiwid fundraiser

Sigrid Ludwig-Dieck is holding two events this weekend to raised funds for Chiwid Transition House. A Cook and Scrub will be held on Saturday, June 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the backyard of the Canadian Mental Health Association Family and Community ?Services building at 51 Fourth Ave.

A scrap-booking weekend called Just Before Summer Break Crop is happening in the adjacent meeting room during the weekend.

Tickets are available at Creative Accents or by calling Sigrid at 250-398-6408.

 

Library film

The film Turning 32 will be shown Wednesday, June 15 starting at 7 p.m. in the Williams Lake Library program room. Admission is free.

 

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