- Summer Student Job at the Summerland Art Gallery
- Composting Workshop at the gardens: Saturday April 26, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 3:00
- April 24 – Earth Week Philosophers’ Café at the IOOF Hall: The Ecologocal Restoration Movement with Don Gayton
- This Saturday (Apr. 19) at the Summerland Gallery: Introduction to Encaustics: Using the Iron with Bethany Handfield
- Friends of the Gardens DYI Rain Barrel Primer this Saturday, April 12
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Three books have made the shortlist for the prestigious George Ryga Award, an annual literary award granted to a B.C. writer who has achieved an outstanding degree of social awareness for a book published within the last year. “We’re excited … Continue reading
We have a dry media course this weekend and will have extra room on Sunday.
Tickets on Sale at Good Omens on Kelly Avenue, the Summerland Art Gallery at 9533 Main Street and The Dragon’s Den in Penticton. We also have Zia’s Gift Certificates for a Great night out.
Dry Media Workshop This Weekend, March 8 & 9, Join us for the whole weekend or just Sunday afternoon for life drawing
Beyond the Pencil: Dry Media Workshop Saturday & Sunday, March 8th & 9th Soft and hard pencils, charcoal, pastels, conté and coloured pencils are just some examples of things that you can use to draw with but how do you … Continue reading
Registration $75.00 ~ with Billet $65.00 Choose: 10 drama workshops over 3 days OR Three day Intensive workshops in Art, Video, Theatre, Vocal and Writing Events and stuff: • Hot Dog Lunch • Pancake Breakfast • Shakespearean Banquet • Gala evening • … Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE For immediate release: Summerland, BC (Thursday, February 20th, 2014) – The library is an important part of the cultural sector in Summerland and so we are pleased that they are finally going to have a building of appropriate … Continue reading
WINTERLUDE CONCERT, SILENT AUCTION AND RECEPTION in Celebration of the 20th Year of the Penticton Academy of Music Reception to follow at Theos Restaurant Musicians: Faculty of the Penticton Academy of Music – Caroline Mackay (celtic harp), John Suderman (violin), … Continue reading
Just Added: Sat & Sun, May 17th & 18th Introduction to Wet Felting with Allison Altherr 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with 1 hour for lunch both days Cost: $75 / Supplies: $45 Max students: 8 After a description of … Continue reading
The Philosophers’ Café You are INVITED! Panelists: Peter Waterman & Sue Kline With an introduction on the History of Public Spaces. Listen to what these panelist have to say about the importance of public space then join in the conversation! … Continue reading