Burns Lake entertainment

Fraser Lake Festival of the Arts: Join Fraser Lake as our neighbours to the east celebrate their annual summer arts festival with music, food, visual art and artisan displays on Aug. 10 & 11. The annual Fraser Lake Festival of the Arts will feature an art gallery, fabric arts, memory canvases, photography, glass, metal and wood creations, and First Nations art. And there will be many opportunities to participate in a variety of workshops for both adults and children. All free of charge. And of course there will be live music in the great outdoors. For more informationsee their ad on page 7 or go to https://www.art-bc.com/events/fraser-lake/festivals-1/the-4th-annual-fraser-lake-festival-of-the-arts/

Spirit of the North Summer Classical Music Festival: Spirit of the North will be presenting over 30 exciting classical and jazz concerts and workshops in Smithers, from Aug. 15 to 18th. Once again the Festival will bring the north internationally-renowned musicians, chamber music, interactive events, and symphony concerts – all in four days. Mark your calendars For more information go to http://www.festivalnorth.com

LDAC’s Thirteenth (Lucky!) Performing Arts Season

Check out LDAC’s thirteenth performing arts season on our website: http://lakesdistrictarts.com

Season tickets will go on sale in late August.

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