Mary Forbes is seeing the fulfillment of a few special dreams this week with the opening of the summer show Community Roots: Inspirations from the Potato House Project at the Station House Gallery Wednesday evening inspired by the Potato House Sustainability Project which she was a driving force in founding; the staging of the Potato Dreams play on the Potato House lawn following the gallery opening

Mary Forbes is seeing the fulfillment of a few special dreams this week with the opening of the summer show Community Roots: Inspirations from the Potato House Project at the Station House Gallery Wednesday evening inspired by the Potato House Sustainability Project which she was a driving force in founding; the staging of the Potato Dreams play on the Potato House lawn following the gallery opening

Dreams for a sustainable future

The Station House Gallery in Williams Lake features the show Community Roots: Inspirations from the Potato House Project this summer.

 

Mary Forbes is seeing the fulfillment of a few special dreams this week with the opening of the summer show Community Roots: Inspirations from the Potato House Project at the Station House Gallery Wednesday evening inspired by the Potato House Sustainability Project which she was a driving force in founding; the staging of the Potato Dreams play on the Potato House lawn following the gallery opening, and the birth of her daughter Phaedra Louise Mayette. Here Forbes introduces the six-day-old infant with husband Pierre Mayette during the opening of the gallery show. She introduced the show and talked a bit about the Potato House Sustainability Society  and thanked everyone for their support. About 60 people turned out for the Potato Dreams play inspired and directed by Debra McNie.