Sneak peek

Surrey Artswest Society invites the public to join them Saturday at the new Surrey City Centre Library.

Dinner for One

Surrey Artswest Society invites the public to join them Saturday at the new Surrey City Centre Library.

Surrey’s Artswest Art Club will be holding their first art show of the season there. It’s also the club’s first chance to use this new space.

Artswest artists are excited about sharing their new works. Throughout the winter during those gray, dreary days we have been working away with splash and colour and now we are ready to emerge in the light.

All of the artists will be in attendance and happy to discuss their works.

Surrey City Centre Library is located at 10350 University Drive, Surrey. The Artswests Sneak Peek Show is Saturday, March 17, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

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