Saint-André Avellin’s cultural centre invites the professional artists of Papineau to come exhibit their art for the thousands of people who attend the Western Festival every year. The exhibit, which began on July 21 and will continue until July 30, is a walk-in first-come-first-serve event; admission is free for artists. To particpate, simply arrive with your wares along the shore of Whissel Lake. Suggested times are over the weekend and in the early afternoons.
For more information, call : 819-985- 0894
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