Art Rave are working on a 12’ articulated salmon for Canada 150 celebrations at the Harbour Quay. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Free art activities at Port Alberni Solstice Fest

Art Rave will again be offering free art activities, evening music and a dance

Art Rave will again be offering free art activities for next weekend’s Solstice Arts Festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, June 16 and 17, on the grounds of the Rollin Art Centre.

In addition to contributing free art activities, evening music and a dance, Art Rave have been working on creating a 12’ long, articulated Salmon luminary for Canada 150 celebrations at the Harbour Quay on July 1. The group have been meeting regularly for several weeks to create the large fish. It has a battery pack and Art Rave plans to “swim” the art piece through the evening crowds.

Kids can create their own small luminaries, lit with glow-sticks, during art activities at the Solstice Arts Festival.

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