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Flagstop Gallery features new show

Fort Langley Artist Group will have favourite pieces on display until July 29

The Fort Langley Artist Group is holding its second show of the summer season.

Artists’ Choice continues until July 29 at the Flagstop Gallery, located in the historical train station at 23245 Mavis Ave. The show features a variety of work, ranging from watercolour, acrylic, oils, pastel pencil drawings and mixed media to clay sculptures and more.

The participating artists are: Alison Philpott, Annie Segleken, Beverly Lawrence, Caroline Ashley, Diane Zepeski, Donna Wakefield, Felicity Holmes, Gabrielle Strauss, Isabel Gibson, Kim Bucholtz, Margo Harrison, Marguerite Whelton and Mary-Ann Snell.

FLAG will also take part in the inaugural Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival on July 28 with extended hours from

11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The gallery’s regular hours are Saturdays, Sundays and holiday Mondays from 12 to 4 p.m.

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