Main Street Memories … Artist and activist Susan Jephcott is seen here in her Three Owls Gallery on Main Street East, Vankleek Hill. This longtime painter follows her dream, painting fulltime and taking part in exhibitions at the local, provincial, national and international levels. Jephcott is a 1982 founder of the May Show and an integral participant in the annual Vankleek Hill May Festival on Victoria Day weekend. Jephcott is the published author of The Tangerine Cat. Three Owls Gallery is open by appointment and on special occasions. Is someone in your community contributing to Main Street memories? Send us a photo and tell us about it. As we celebrate The Review’s 125th, we will be celebrating secial people in local communities.
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