Yorkton Yarn Bombing
In keeping with the many activities that have taken place on Yorkton‘s sidewalks during summer 2020 the Yorkton Arts Council invites you to participate in “Yarn Bombing” the fence along the sidewalk at the Gallagher Centre. Get out your needles and yarn stash. Just learning? Follow us on Facebook for links to learn knit videos and yarn bombing ideas. Installation to take place September 25 – October 25 beginning at the “Memorial Sunflowers” If you need assistance installing your work please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Any installed works should be collected by October 31. (Otherwise they will be removed and disposed of).
This event is free.
Yorkton Arts Council
The Yorkton Arts Council is a non-profit organization and registered charity founded February 1, 1966. We are committed to connecting our community to the arts. The Yorkton Arts Council engages our community with professional performing artists through presentation of the Stars for Saskatchewan concert series, Performing Arts in Schools, Prairie Debut concerts, school performances and outreach activities. The Community pARTners Gallery features exhibitions by local artists and those touring through OSAC’s Art on the Move touring program. Workshops, artists lectures, tours and receptions are programmed in conjunction with exhibitions. Our annual fundraiser, Sunflower Art and Craft Market attracts artists and artisans from across western Canada. Dedicated volunteers donate their time, energy to organize and present this event to raise funds in support of the Yorkton Arts Council’s programming. Due to cancellations because of the COVID 19 pandemic, summer 2020 witnessed the beginning of Yorkton Sidewalk Concerts, a free musical series created in partnership with the Community Development Parks and Recreation department of the City of Yorkton.
This event is part of a hub:
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Installation beginning at the "Memorial Sunflowers"
This event is wheelchair accessible.