The Station House Gallery’s opening for the annual summer show is a tribute to the City of Williams Lake’s 85th anniversary.
Instead of on a Thursday evening as usual the show will be opened with an event the whole community will enjoy.
Come on down to the gallery Saturday, July 5 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and enjoy exchanging stories at the Chew the Fat opening fundraiser.
The day’s events will include live music, a beer garden, family art activities including mural painting, silent auction, succulent sale, food, great company to share your stories with and more,” says gallery manager Diane Toop.
The event is a fundraiser to raise the money needed to repair the gallery’s exterior.
Chew the Fat opens the summer show featuring the work of 24 local artists.
Beer garden, Food, Activities for children and youth. Show runs to Aug 30.