Works of art.. at work for Castlegar community

A fun, enriching opportunity for supporting a most worthwhile cause

Event goes Sat. Nov. 23 from 4 to 9 p.m. at Chances Gaming Centre

I’d like to extend this invitation to you and your friends to  join us at Chances Gaming Centre for an evening of art and enlightenment at this year’s inaugural Fine Art Benefit for the Castlegar Hospice Society.  This Saturday, November 23, from 4-9 p.m., 10 Kootenay artists will present 20 unique works of fine art for the public to enjoy and acquire.

Proceeds from this exhibition will help the Castlegar Hospice Society in its ongoing work in our community.  Bring a friend and learn more about the important work of the Hospice and help support culture in our community.  Everyone 19 years of age and up is welcome and admission is by donation. We encourage you to forward this invitation to anyone whom you feel may be interested.  Hope to see you there!

 

Best Wishes,

George Koochin

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