Art Gallery open house

On Saturday, December 17th from 11am to 3 pm the Lake Country Art Gallery invites you to join us for a Holiday Open House.

Come and help us celebrate all the fine work the artists in the Under 100 Exhibition have created. There will be goodies and live music from 2pm to 3pm with singers from the Lake Country Senior Centre.

And with just 5 more days of the Under 100 Show left – it closes Dec 21st! – this is an excellent opportunity to buy fabulous original work. Many of the participating artists will be on hand and would be happy to tell you more about their work.

All proceeds from the Under 100 Show support both our local artists and the Lake Country Art Gallery.

So come and share in some good holiday cheer on Saturday December 17th from 11am – 3 pm at the Lake Country Art Gallery’s Holiday Open House.

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