Saturday, 13. January 2018, Canada, Anastasia's Art Classes Students' Exhibition opening reception

from 13. January 2018 - 14:00 till 18:00
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North Vancouver Community Arts Council presents a fun exhibition and unique kids' art show! Highlighting art work from Anastasia’s Art classes.

Opening reception will take place on
Saturday, January 13th FROM 2 TO 4 PM at
Lynn Valley Public Library Gallery, 1277 Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver.

Discover various beautiful and inspirational artwork by talented young artists (age 3 to 12)!

Meet all artists in person, as well as their parents and art teacher.
Enjoy refreshments and small talk with fellow art lovers.

Bring your friends and family. Share this invitation with anyone who might be interested. Everybody is welcome.

Please note that the exhibition will be up from January 4th to February 12, 2018, but the opening reception takes place on January only, so do not miss it.


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Feel free to contact Anastasia 604-379-0719, rosastacy@gmail.com with any questions in regards to this.

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Looking forward to seeing you there!
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