The Smithers Art Gallery is inviting artists to participate in our 100 Years/100 Artists community exhibition. 100 Years/100 Artists is a special centennial exhibition which will feature 100 works of art created by the community, representing each year of the Smithers Centennial (1913-2013).
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The Smithers Art Gallery is now inviting artists to participate in our June ceramics exhibition showcasing clay as an art medium. The current working title is "Clay: Beyond Function".
Let us see through your eyes! Join the BV Community Art Council’s Life Exposure: Images of Community camera project.
Grab a camera and answer these questions through photography:
How do I see our community?
How is my culture alive?
How do I see myself?
What brings me joy?
Saturday May 25 2013 8 a.m. to noon, viewing 8 - 9, sale 9 - noon
Smithers Goat Statue Parking Lot, corner of Main Street and Hwy 16
For donated plant pick-up or help with digging in Smithers-Telkwa area, contact Karen Mitchell 250 847 9052, or Dale Gilbert 250 847 2107.
Plants can also be dropped off at the Central Park Building parking lot on Friday, May 24 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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The Smithers Art Gallery's May exhibition, "Out on a Limb", is a group exhibition by Terrace artists Noreen Spence, Dianne Postman, Micky McCulley and Judy McCloskey, showcasing the artist’s paintings based on ordinary photographs of the extraordinary local landscape we share.
Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation is honoured to host the BC Community Forest Association Conference in Smithers on May 23, 24 and 25, 2013.
Smithers Mayor challenges Terrace Mayor to see which community can achieve the highest participation in Bike to Work Week 2013.
Bike to Work Week kicks off on May 27th and runs until June 2nd. The goal of the week is to encourage and celebrate active transportation in Smithers.
Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach has put out a challenge to Mayor Dave Pernarowski to see which community can achieve the highest participation levels.
The Bulkley Valley Cattlemen are hosting a Field Day on June 1st at Lemieux Creek Ranch (20264 Morden Road in Quick) from 10am to 4pm. Info on manure spreading and GPS in morning, and then equipment demos including power harrows, tractors & manure spreaders in the afternoon. Lunch by donation. Contact Megan at 250-846-9854 for more information.