Artist captures Bamfield in paint

Lots of things happening at the Rollin Art Centre.

Rollin Art Centre’s current exhibit features artist Elissa Anthony. This wonderful exhibit started August 6 and run until September 14th. This showcase of land and seascapes will inspire the senses with her unique styles in both oil and acrylics. Elissa’s style swings from realism thru expressionism, abstract, mixed media and back. Either way you can always spot her unique style. Come visit the gallery Saturday August 10th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and enjoy the afternoon artist reception.

Terrace teas winding down

Rollin Art Centre’s Tea on the Terrace events are slowly winding down.

Tickets are on sale and cost only $10 for an afternoon of delicious delectables and wonderful entertainment, catering by Country Kitchen. Stop by Rollin Art Centre today and purchase your ticket today as seating is limited. Reservations & ticket purchase necessary.

Aug. 8: Yvonne Gibbon, Harpist

Aug. 15: Folk Song Circle

Aug. 22: The Travelers, Kurucz family singers.

Summer camps still available

Rollin Art Centre’s summer children’s art camps for children aged 5-8 yrs. old. These summer camps run every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and offer a different theme each week.

Times are 10 a.m. -12 p.m. for children that are 5 & 6 years and 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. for 7 & 8 year olds. The cost is $25 for each week. Art camps offer a great time for the children to explore their creative side, make friends, create a take home craft and enjoy a healthy snack, while learning. Don’t miss this fun summer event. These camps fill up quick as space is limited so register today!

Get married

at the Rollin

Book your wedding or special event now to be held in the beautiful gardens at the Rollin Art Centre for 2014.

Make those special days last forever with photographs taken on our beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds amongst a gazebo, bridge or in a field of flowers. Call Rollin Art Centre today for more info at 250-724-3412.

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