The Port Kells Arts Club is hosting a fall exhibition and sale at the Fort Langley Community Hall Nov. 11. Langley Times file photo

Port Kells Arts Club hosts show and sale Nov. 11

New work will be on display at the Fort Langley Community Hall

Members of the Port Kells Arts Club are showcasing new work in Fort Langley in November.

The fall painting exhibition and sale is happening Sunday, Nov. 11 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Fort Langley Community Hall.

The non-profit club of visual artists was founded in 1962 by a group of eight painters, and is now a member of the Langley Arts Council, Surrey Arts Council and BC Arts Council.

Membership in the PKAC is open to all people who are interested in supporting the arts and supporting fellow artists. PKAC members are at different stages of their artistic journey, from beginners to experienced artists.

The club meetings once a month at the Masonic Hall in Langley City. Painting classes are also held throughout the year.

For more information, contact Susan Black at 604-592-2357 or susan.black@shaw.ca.



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