Surrey glassblower hosts annual Fall Art Market this weekend

Event at Robert Gary Parkes' Loafing Shed studio on Saturday and Sunday

Robert Gary Parkes at work in his Port Kells-area studio.

SURREY — Port Kells-area glassblower Robert Gary Parkes will heat things up during the annual Fall Art Market Weekend (Oct. 22-23) at his Loafing Shed Glass Studio, daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 9060 184th St., Surrey.

The event also features arts and crafts made by Sandra Cattermole, Rhonda Philips, Bev Mason, Doug Robins, Joy and Jerry Mancinelli, Jeanette Parkes and the Parkes girls.

For more details, visit or call the studio at 604-612-2753.




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