Banner auction

Come on down to the Tidemark Art Gallery (in the Tidemark Theatre Lobby) between October 19 and November 8, to put your bid on a banner from this year’s lovely works of art.

Come on down to the Tidemark Art Gallery (in the Tidemark Theatre Lobby) between October 19 and November 8, to put your bid on a banner from this year’s lovely works of art.

The subject for the 2011 Banner Project, which graces the streets of Campbell River, was the 100th Anniversary of Strathcona Park, a celebration of one of Canada’s finest parks.

For those who have hiked and played within its amazing geography, Strathcona Park is a true gem of Vancouver Island.

Now is your chance to celebrate these memories with a beautiful banner!  The banners will be sold through Silent Auction. The closing time for bids is noon on November 8. The Banner Auction is a fundraiser for the Arts Council.

For more, contact the Arts Council at (250) 923-0213.

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