Tea on the Terrace

ROLLIN ARTS: | Lineup revealed for popular summer event.

Our ever-loved Teas on the Terrace summer musical event is back. This is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon, with music, catching up with friends and experiencing the Rollin Art Centre’s “high tea” under the canopy of trees on our beautiful terrace.

This year’s delicious delectables will be catered by Harvest Thyme Fine Foods.

Tickets are now on sale at the Rollin Art Centre, so don’t miss out, as seating is limited, and sell-outs happen. Tickets are $12 seniors/students, $15 adults and $10 for children under 12.

Teas begin at 1 p.m. and run until 3 p.m.

THE NEW LINE-UP

JULY 2 – Dennis Olsen; acoustic guitar

JULY 9 –Erin Netzer-ADSS student, vocals and keyboard

JULY 16 – Folk Song Circle: A musical treat.

JULY 23 – Mr. Ross and the Boss; guitar/keyboard & vocals of old time favorites.

JULY 30 – Ester Haack & daughter, Anna Lewis-Celtic; fiddle & violin

AUG 6 – Old Time Fiddlers

AUG 13 – Marlyn Smith-original, guitar & vocals

AUG 20 – The Travellers; folk style music and song with a twist.

Kids can play with clay

Laugh, Explore, Create. This two-day clay workshop is for children ages 9-12 years. Yolande Fournier is a local potter and will present this two day workshop, Sat. July 11 and Sat. July 18, from 9-11 a.m. at the Rollin Art Centre.

Learn the fundamentals of clay. Cost is $35 plus $10 supplies. Register early as space is limited.

Last chance for intarsia

This is your last chance to catch the current art exhibit at the Rollin Art Centre, featuring local Intarsia wood artist, Robert Steven.

intarsia is an art or technique of decorating a surface with inlaid patterns, especially of wood mosaic, developed during the Renaissance. This exhibit runs only until June 13.

Wildlife comes to life at Rollin

The next art exhibit at the Rollin Art Centre beginning June 16 and running until July 11, will be a showcase of wildlife and outdoor photography by Drew Glaser.

Stop by the gallery for Glaser’s artist reception, Sat., June 20 from 1-3 pm for refreshments and a chance to meet the Port Alberni-born photographer.

 

Melissa Martin is the Arts Administrator for the Community Arts Council, at the Rollin Art Centre.

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