Twilight at the Mountain by Margery Blom. Blom is one of the artists in the Arrowsmith Artists show that will be held at the McMillan Arts Centre in November.

Arrowsmith Artists’ show at the MAC in Parksville

The group, which consists of nine artists, is a mix of artists and photo-artists

The Arrowsmith Artists’ show opens at the MAC on Tuesday.

The group, which consists of nine artists, is a mix of artists and photo-artists.

The group began in Wembley Mall in the late 1990s before relocating to the McMillan Arts Centre in 2000.

At the time, the group held exhibits at the gallery every several months. Now, it is a yearly show.

The artists and photo-artists participating in this show are Craig Carmichael, Alan Cornall, Luke Downs, Olivia Mennie, Penelope Harber, Penny Marshall, Margery Blom, Margorie Dunlop and Joan Ackerman.

The exhibit opens Nov. 1 at the MAC (133 McMillan St., Parksville) and will run until Nov. 28.

There is an opening reception on Nov. 5 from 1-3 p.m. with complimentary refreshments.

— Submitted by Margorie Dunlop

Just Posted

Thirty trees destroyed in Parksville’s Cedar Ridge Estates

Damage estimated at $30K; city says vandals intended to permanently ruin the trees

City of Parksville buys 222 Corfield site, now sole owners

With the purchase, the city will not facilitate cold weather shelter, soup kitchen on property

Canadian Music Hall of Famer Steven Page to play Parksville

Barenaked Ladies co-founder performs at Knox United Church on June 1

Killer of Calgary mother, daughter gets no parole for 50 years

A jury found Edward Downey guilty last year in the deaths of Sara Baillie, 34, and five-year-old Taliyah Marsman

So, do you know ‘Dave from Vancouver Island’?

Ontario man searching for fellow he travelled with in Europe 50 years ago

B.C. man killed in logging accident ‘would have done anything for anyone’

Wife remembers 43-year old Petr Koncek, father of two children

Ottawa spending $24.5M to research on health benefits, risks of pot use

$390,000 will fund two cannabis public awareness

Crackdown on money laundering does not include federal public inquiry: minister

An independent report commissioned concluded $7.4 billion was laundered in B.C. last year

Trudeau’s action plan on climate change brings B.C. politician out of retirement

Terry Lake, a former B.C. health minister, is running for federal office in Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo

Survey finds minimal progress in Canadian military’s fight against sexual misconduct

1.6 per cent of regular-force members — 900 military personnel — reported having been victims of sexual assaults over past year

Most Read