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BC Seniors Week celebrated at the Wellesley of Victoria residences

Residents at The Wellesley of Victoria look over artwork, paintings and photographs by Suzanne Heron and Gregg Eligh, that will be on display during an open house at the Blanshard Street retirement/seniors residence on Saturday June 7 from 1:30 until 4:30 in honour of BC Seniors Week. - Don Denton/News staff
Residents at The Wellesley of Victoria look over artwork, paintings and photographs by Suzanne Heron and Gregg Eligh, that will be on display during an open house at the Blanshard Street retirement/seniors residence on Saturday June 7 from 1:30 until 4:30 in honour of BC Seniors Week.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff

The week of June 2, 2014 was proclaimed BC Seniors Week by the provincial government and local retirement residence The Wellesley of Victoria is celebrating with an open house on Saturday June 7 from 1:30 and running until 4:30.

Visitors to the Blanshard Street building can not only check out the in house amenities but can take in an art show featuring the painting and photography of local artists Suzanne heron and Gregg Eligh. as well as try tasting some wines from Cobble Hill's Silverside Farms.

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