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In The Hills is pleased to present our annual preview of the Festival Art Show & Sale – a sampling of some of the rich diversity of styles and
media from among the 44 local artists featured in this year’s juried show.

September 13, 2010 | | Back Issues

In The Hills is pleased to present our annual preview of the 2010 Festival Art Show & Sale – a sampling of some of the rich diversity of styles and
media from among the 44 local artists featured in this year’s juried show.

The Festival art show is the centrepiece of the Headwaters Arts Festival, which runs from September 24 through October 11 and celebrates
art, music and literature and film throughout the Headwaters region.

The art show is open over the Festival’s first two weekends, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the SGI Canada Caledon Centre for Culture and Recreation,
north of Alton.

Admission is free.

The opening night gala on Friday, September 24, gives you a chance to be first to see the artists’ work.

The evening is catered by local chefs and features music by TJ Whitleaw and Trista Suke, dance by Krist Mitchnick, and traditional drumming and singing by the Peel Aboriginal Network.

Come back to the show the following Friday evening for a feast of literary talent as authors Cathy Marie Buchanan, Terry Fallis, Terry O’Reilly and Kate Taylor discuss the art and toil of writing.

For details of all the Festival events, including a great line-up of hands on children’s activities, see the Festival program in this magazine or go to headwatersartsfestival.com.

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