On December 17, CAPRAC will be hosting an art show and evening of performances at the Maison des Arts, in Embrun.

December 17 art show at the “Maison des arts” in Embrun

On December 17, the Conseil des arts Prescott Russell Arts Council (CAPRAC) will be hosting an art show at the Maison des Arts, which is located at 2 Lapalme Street, in Embrun. The show begins at 5 p.m. and will feature artists, authors, singers and dancers from across the region.

Visual artists include Christine Lenoir-Godin, Elaine Toutant Allen, France Couillard, France Poliquin, Gisèle Savard-Lalonde, Joyce Pihl, Line Labrecque, Lise Perras, Marianne Vancaemelbeke, Monique Bergevin, Nicole Lortie, Pierre Caron, Susan Corthwaite-Grenier, Tania Joanis and Tina Pertovicz.

Local authors, Eric Charlebois, Jaqueline Thibodeau and Marc Scott will be there with their books and Nathalie Burden will be singing.

There will also be storytellers, dance shows and a performance by Eric Charlebois of Poesie Slam Poetry.
During the evening, local wines and cheeses will be served. The event will close with a performance by Mélissa Ouimet.

Tickets to the evening cost $10 for CAPRAC members and $15 for non-members. Children under the age of 17, pay $5. Tickets are now available online at Eventbrite.


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