Sooke Events: Sooke Fine Arts Show 2008

One of the most highly anticipated events of the year in Sooke is the Sooke Fine Arts show. The premier juried art exhibition on Vancouver Island runs this year starting July 26th at 10:00am until August 4th. The event attracts many local Sooke artists, as well as other talented creators from around Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. Painting, sculpture, pottery, mixed media and more will be represented.

There is a special purchaser’s preview night on Thursday, July 24th for those who don’t want to miss out on special, unique pieces.

The 10-day event will feature over 350 pieces, and will have events for seniors such as afternoon tea, events for kids such as the “art for kids” art scavenger hunt, and even an evening of ballroom dancing. There will be musical entertainment throughout the festival, too.Sooke Fine Arts Show 2008

New this year is the Artist in Attendance program, where one or more of the exhibited artists will be on hand demonstrating their skills and technique.

A raffle and a silent auction will also be held.

Tickets are $7 for adults (one day), $5 for seniors (one day) or $10 for the week. Kids under 12 are free. The special purchaser’s preview night costs $25 and you must reserve in advance. Call 250-642-7256.

The SEAPARC recreation centre is located on Philips road. Take Hwy 14 to Sooke, go over the bridge and turn right at the red and white lighthouse (the first traffic lights). SEAPARC will be on your left as you pass the museum. See the Google Map below:

Tim Ayres – Sooke Real Estate Professional

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Published by Tim Ayres

Tim Ayres is a Sooke and Victoria BC REALTOR®, with Royal LePage Coast Capital Realty. Tim is actively involved in helping clients buying and selling real estate in the southern Vancouver Island region. Tim is an active member of the Victoria Real Estate Board and served seven years (2009-2015) as a director, including serving as President in 2014.

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