What’s on

Upcoming entertainment events from around the South Cariboo.

• June 15 – June 24 – The Psalm 23 Transition Society’s work is on display in the side gallery at Parkside Art Gallery with a show titled Unchained Unmasked: Overcoming Addictions and features a series of masks representing struggles with addictions.

• June 15 – June 24 – The exhibit at Parkside features Anita Edwards, Cindy Smith and Quille Farnham in a show titled Three Wild Women and Their Art. The show, among other things, features felted works, including wall hangings and scarves, paintings and more.

• June 15 – June 29 – The Showcase Gallery in the South Cariboo Business Centre features the work of denise swift. The exhibit includes a mixture of work including sculptures, painting and bark carvings. According to swift, she can’t help but see faces in everything.

• June 21 – 100 Mile Elementary invites you to enjoy their art show in celebration of National Aboriginal Day. There will be a short welcome and dance performance to open the show at 10 a.m. Additionally, there will be raffles and a few vendors. The art show will continue until 6 p.m.

• June 30 – July 22 – Jemma Van Osch and Trish Chung will be the next artists in the Parkside Art Gallery. Their show is titled Works in Glass and Felt.

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