Vanderhoof Street Banner Project 2011

It’s time again to paint banners.

  • Jun. 25, 2011 5:00 p.m.

Kelsey Stephens stands with her banner painting of a colorful sturgeon in the Neighbourhood Space.

It’s time again to paint banners.

If you would like to paint a banner, bring your completed banner form to the new temporary location at the Neighbourhood Space to set up a painting time.

The theme this year is sturgeon.

The District of Vanderhoof Recreation Program and Arts Unlimited invites submissions to design and paint a banner.

You supply the talent and we supply all the materials and the painting site. Everyone is welcome to submit a design and then paint their design onto a banner.

Finished banners will be displayed on the streets of Vanderhoof.

Painting Location: Neighbourhood Space (Next to Subway.)

Painting dates:       Thursdays 10 – 8.                                Phone Annerose to arrange other painting times.

Entry forms are available at: Neighbourhood Space and Vanderhoof Public Library.

For more information: Neighbourhood Space 250-567-4879, District Recreation 250-567-4711, or Annerose 250-567-0423.

 

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