Celebrate arts district

The Rotary Arts District of the Alberni Valley is holding a free evening of entertainment and dessert on Nov. 29 at the Capitol Theatre

The Rotary Arts District of the Alberni Valley is holding a free evening of entertainment and dessert on Friday,  Nov. 29 at the Capitol Theatre.

This is an evening to celebrate the Rotary Arts District and to announce the recipients of the new Arts District Grants Program.

Come out and join others who have a passion for the arts and a vision for Argyle Street.

This is a free event but as space is limited a ticket is necessary to attend the event. Tickets are  only available until Nov. 26 at Echo Centre and the Rollin Art Centre.

The event runs from 7–9 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre, 4904 Argyle St.

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