Lakes District Arts Council announces the start of their new season

Season tickets to 'The Magnificent Seven' are third sold at this point, and are selling steadily.

Season tickets to ‘The Magnificent Seven’ are third sold at this point, and are selling steadily. For more information about the coming season, you can check our website at: www.lakesdistrictarts.com

Support the Bev Hughes Highland Dancers. The dancers hope to go Scotland for competitions in 2013. If you’d like to support them, tickets are still available on the handmade quilt raffle.

Tickets are $2 each, and are available from Patti Dube, Jana Epkens-Shaffer or from any of the highland dancers. The draw will be held on Oct. 6 at Western Financial Group.

The Smithers Art Gallery is still accepting submissions for exhibitions for solo or joint shows in all media for the 2013-2014 exhibition season. Applications are available at the gallery in Smithers, or on line at www.smithersart.org. You can call the gallery for more information at 250-847-3898.

On Oct. 1, 2012: The Burns Lake and District Seniors Society is hosting the first luncheon of the fall and winter season at the Immaculata Hall on Monday, Oct. 1 at 12 noon.

Anyone 50 years of age and over is welcome to attend, and to enjoy a lunch of sandwiches, soup, dessert and coffee or tea. The price is $7 for members and $8 for non-members.

October 3, 2012: The Lakes District Arts Council regular meeting will take place on Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. in the basement meeting room of the Burns Lake Library. All members and interested persons are welcome to attend.

 

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