DeCosmos shifts March demo to Nanoose Place

Fine arts society, garden club, libraries host events this week

The DeCosmos Fine Arts Society makes a change of venue this week for its monthly meeting and art demonstration.

The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 17, and will be held at Nanoose Place, 2925 Northwest Bay Rd. in Nanoose Bay. It will feature a demonstration by acrylic artist Fay St. Marie.

The meeting runs from 1-3 p.m., with the painting demo to follow the business portion of the meeting.

Guests are always welcome to attend the meeting, and may also attend the demo for a $5 donation.

For more info, email Lynn Page at boobook09@gmail.com.

— Submitted by DeCosmos Society

 

Back to the garden

The Eaglecrest Garden Club has announced its March meeting will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, March 16, beginning at 7 p.m. at Qualicum Beach Civic Centre.

A joint presentation on Efficient Watering will be offered by Lauren Fegan of the Regional District of Nanaimo’s Water Smart program and by Kevin Luterbach of  Iritex.

All are welcome to attend; non-members are asked to pay a $3 participation fee.

QBCC is located at 747 Jones Street in Qualicum Beach.

— Submitted by Eaglecrest Garden Club

Puppets on tour

Vancouver Island Regional Library offers free fun for youngsters tomorrow with a Spring Break Puppet Show and crafts at both its Parksville and Qualicum Beach locations.

The show takes place at Parksville Library from 10-11:15 a.m., then moves to Qualicum Beach to start at 2 p.m. All ages are welcome; children must be in the care of a parent or caregiver.

— Submitted by VIRL

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