Fundraiser for summer youth arts

Summer Arts Scene For Youth will present a fund-raising exhibition May 27.

Summer Arts Scene For Youth will present a fund-raising exhibition of participants’ art, a silent auction and music on Sunday, May 27, starting at 1:30 p.m.

Called the Something for All Ages & $, the silent auction will include exhibits of original designs by SASFY workshop presenters/artisans. There will be a special promo-price to enrol in SASFY arts school for this summer, as well as delicious homemade desserts and beverages.

Vocalist and MC Robert Fine will salute a dazzling mosaic of Okanagan performers including Cynthia Leigh-Ann (song), Beamer Wigley (guitar) and the Sarafanov Ballet Studio.

The MBSS choir and Gorman Elementary School violin ensemble will perform.

Tickets are available at Mosaic Books, www.sasfy.ca, and the Creekside Theatre box office, 250-766-5669.

 

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