Arts around: Past, present and future show coming

The next exhibit at Rollin Art Centre will be something different, titled, Past, Present & Future, The Various Works of Shayne Lloyd

The next art exhibit at the Rollin Art Centre will be something different, titled, Past, Present & Future, The Various Works of Shayne Lloyd.

Lloyd will be showcasing his wide range of talents, including drawings, paintings and wood burning on furniture. Don’t miss this exciting exhibit which starts Friday, April 11 and runs until Thursday, May 8 at the Rollin Art Centre Gallery.

Fashions help kids living with cancer

The Centennial Belles present two fashion shows at Echo Centre on Saturday, April 5 at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The proceeds are going to help children with cancer: James Albrecht, Brett Wasylynuik and Carmen Steinbach and their families.

Each $20 ticket includes tea, coffee, desserts, live and recorded music, slide show and surprise draws. Fashions from the roaring ’20s to the sexy ’60s and wedding attire from each decade will be shown. Tickets are on sale at the Rollin Art Centre, Boutique Belles Amies, Capelli Etc. Hair Design and Metro City Clothing.

Spring dance with big bands

Don’t miss Dance into Spring, the Big Band Dance with the Harbour City Big Band and special guests ADSS Senior Jazz band this Saturday, April 5 at the Bavarian Centre on Fourth Avenue. Tickets are $15 and  available at Rollin Art Centre, Pete’s Mountain Meats and from band members.

Melissa Martin is the arts administrator for the Arts Council.

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