It was a busy weekend in Vankleek Hill with the craft shows taking place at a few locations in town. Among the weekend’s activities was Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre opening its doors with a vernissage of the annual Small Works Show. Visitors came to both look at and buy small, gift-giving art/craft works including a wide variety of artisan tree ornaments, glass crafts, and jewelry. Local artists (from left to right) Maggie Dean, Brunhild Schierding, and Lorie Turpin welcomed visitors to the vernissage. The show in both rooms of the gallery will be open from Wednesdays to Sundays, 12 to 4 PM, through to Sunday, December 16th. Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre is located at 36 Home Avenue in Vankleek Hill. Find out more at: www. arborgallery.org.
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