Burns Lake’s eleventh arts season just around the corner

Season tickets are still available at Process 4 circle arts Gallery, Lakes District Printing and Stationery and the Lakes Artisan Centre.

The Lakes District Arts Council’s (LDAC) eleventh season of performing arts is just around the corner and season tickets are still available at Process 4 circle arts Gallery, Lakes District Printing and Stationery and the Lakes Artisan Centre.

Remember to have cash or a cheque available when you go in to place your order.

Brochures and order forms are also widely available at many other locations in the Lakes District, including: Aksenz Fashions, The Grapevine, The New Leaf Cafe, Alternative Grounds, Home Hardware, The Lakeside Multiplex, Bulkley Valley Credit Union, Burns Lake Public Library, Burns Lake and District Chamber of Commerce, Burns Lake Village Office and Regional District Office.

Brochures and order forms are also available on the Southside at Takysie Lake Resort and Store, and Southside Wellness Centre.

Season tickets are your best buy, and the way to make sure you have tickets to all the exciting shows you will want to see.

To check out the line-up for LDAC’s eleventh season, visit http://lakesdistrictarts.com/current-season/

Gerry Barnum at the Legion Singer-songwriter and guitarist Gerry Barnum will perform at the Royal Canadian Legion in Burns Lake on Friday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. A well seasoned artist, Barnum’s songs move the soul and touch the heart with a groove that is captivating.

Gerry is an accomplished musician on guitar, harmonica and vocals. Music of the heart and soul, raw and refined, tender to foot stompin’. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors, and are available at Uptown Auto, LDFC Printing and Stationery, the Burns Lake Legion, and at the door.

For more information about Barnum and his music, visit www.gerrybarnum.com

Art and quilt show at Francois Lake The group at St. Luke’s Church and The Francois Lake Hall are hosting an art show and quilt show at these two venues on Saturday, Oct. 1.

The show will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.: quilts at the Francois Lake Hall, and art at St. Luke’s Church. Admission is by donation, and all proceeds will go to St. Luke’s Church on the Lake. Lunch and desserts will be available at The Francois Lake Hall.

Local artist Ronny Berndorff will be doing painting demonstrations all day long.

Select art pieces will be for sale, and there will be door prize draws throughout the day, with prizes donated by Yarn and Sew On, Rocking L Quilts and St. Luke’s Church on the Lake.

 

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