Take a stroll and Gorge on Art this Canada Day

A wonderful diversity of artists will be on hand for Gorge on Art this year.

Celebrate our vibrant artistic community as part of the Gorge Canada Day Picnic celebrations. This popular showcase of local artists and their work returns along the scenic Gorge Waterway on July 1.

Enjoy meeting professional and emerging artists and watching them create in a range of media including painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, jewelry and textiles.

Take in free musical entertainment plus food and refreshments available for purchase.

A wonderful diversity of artists will be on hand for Gorge on Art this year. Including some familiar faces if you’ve been in years past, and some new faces, too.

To meet these talented artists and see their unique, locally-made work stroll on by between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. in Gorge Park on Gorge Road West.

 

 

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