Tea on Terrace returns to Rollin

Teas on the Terrace are back for the summer at Rollin Art Centre.

Teas on the Terrace are back for the summer at Rollin Art Centre. This is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon, listening to live music and experiencing “high tea” under the canopy of trees on our beautiful terrace.

This year’s delicious delectables will be catered by Carmoor Cookery.

Tickets are now on sale at the Rollin Art Centre, so don’t miss out, as seating is limited. Tickets are $10 each. Times: 1-3 p.m.

July 3 – Mr. Ross and the Boss; guitar/keyboard & vocals of old time favorites.

July 10 – Folk Song Circle: A musical treat.

July 17 –Dennis Olsen; acoustic guitar

July 24 – The Travellers; folk style music and song with a twist

July 31 – Kerry Moilliet; guitar and vocals, old favorites.

Aug. 7 – Paddy Wallbank; old time jazz on keyboard (Sponsored by Triangle Music)

Aug. 14 – Arlene Oldale; keyboard and vocals, ADSS grad student

Aug. 21 – The Travellers; folk style music and song with a twist.

Pool mural deadline looms

Artists interested in designing a mural for the walls inside Echo Pool have until July 15 to drop into the Rollin Art Centre or call for more details at 250-724-3412.

The murals will be made out of aluminum composite. All materials will be supplied.

Still room in kids’ art camps

The Rollin Art Centre invites children aged five to nine years to participate in our art programs, this summer. Camps run every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.

 

Melissa Martin is administrator for the Community Arts Council.

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