Make a tree

Drop off your art “leaves” to The Arts Station by the end of the week, to be part of Fernie’s Tree Project.

Drop off your art “leaves” to The Arts Station by the end of the week, to be part of Fernie’s Tree Project.

The Arts Station people hope everyone in Fernie will make a contribution to the tree, which will be unveiled on November 10 at 6 p.m.

All leaves need to be about four by six inches, and any kind of art form can be used.

 

For more information contact Jodie Parker at jodparker@shaw.ca

 

 

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