Attendees listening to a selection of Josef Rodger's compositions

 Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre considers the future

Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre’s Re-Visioning party this past Sunday afternoon was a total success, say organizers. The room was filled with artists, friends and supporters of the gallery, and even some new faces, most notably, the Mayor of Champlain Township, Normand Riopel and his wife.  As promised, the guests were treated to several piano compositions played by the gallery’s new coordinator, Josef Rodger, who introduced Julie Remillard-Steiner, the gallery’s new gift shop manager.  Throughout the afternoon, everyone enjoyed glasses of wine and hors d’oeuvres from A Catered Affair while they explored and admired the newly-renovated kitchen and Sun Room Gallery.

Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre wishes to thank all those who helped with the renovations, and in particular Nick Goursky, Victoria Conway, Mack Stewart, Jeff Laughren, Andy Perreault, Bridget MacDonald, Reenie Marx, Mark Greenwald, Lorie Turpin and Tim and Chantal McRae who turned the entire event into something very special. The next art exhibition, from the Pontiac region of Quebec, is titled “Metamorphosis” and will open this Saturday, April 13 at 12 noon. The vernissage is from 1-3PM, followed by the final Home Routes Concert of the season at 7 p.m. Tickets to that concert are on sale at The Review offices in Vankleek Hill; reserve tickets by emailing: [email protected] For more information about the gallery, visit www.facebook.com/arborgallery.

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