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ALDERNEY LANDING EVENTS JUNE 30th starts at 6pm!!!!

I wanted to touch base with you on a few pending weather changes to our Boardwalk Artists ARTS-TRAVAGANZA! event tomorrow evening. The event will go as planned from 6-9pm. There will be some parking available in the main lot and parking is free after 6pm.


With a pending rain forecast we’ll be holding the event inside the Alderney Landing Market area and surrounding tent structures. We’ll be sharing the space with all the fabulous Art activities we have planned as well as Downtown Dartmouth Bouncy games, activities and entertainment!


Along with 35 Artist vendors, we’ll have these art activities and demos:


Start at the Info Station where you can get a passport listing all the fun stations!

DEMO: Carving, Barry Colpitts

DEMO: Pysanki (Ukrainian Egg Dying), Ann Morash

DEMO: Felting, Dorothyanne Brown

Marlene York: Canadian Wildlife Sculptures and Eagle portrait with colouring cards

Canadian 150 T-shirts Design your own with artist Tara Grude!

Paper bags crafts to carry your loot!

DIY make your own Canadian Flags!

Bubble Station

TONNES o’ Games!

Chalk Drawing with artist Jason Skinner

#Canada150 – Selfie Station Costumes and props!

Hero Portraits Community Painting Viola Desmund + Rita Joe

Jackson Pollock the Canadian Flag

Life Drawing

Plein Air Paint the Harbour!

Dave MacDonald Balloon Animals




I’m really excited about this year, even with the rain! Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow! Thanks so much!

And Thanks to Canadian Heritage for their support!




Lee Cripps
Lee Crippshttp://leecripps.weebly.com/
Lee Cripps is a professional creative working full time as an artist, arts administrator and parent. She is driven by emotion, aesthetic, spirituality, anthropology, and philosophy. You will see her photography and paintings in shows in Dartmouth, NS. You can find her on twitter @thecriptyklee

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