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Event Archive - Sooke Fine Arts Show:

Thu. July 24th 2014 - Mon. August 4th 2014 SEAPARC Sooke BC (All Ages)
10am - 7pm
Opening: Thursday 24th July 2014
Show Open July 25 – August 4 Special Events: Purchasers’ Preview Thursday July 24, 7 – 10pm Artists’ Celebration Saturday July 26, 7 – 10pm Seniors Teas Wednesday July 30, 2 – 4 pm Thursday July 31, 2 – 4 pm Taste of Sooke Thursday, July 31, 7 – 10pm
Day pass $8
Tickets at: Onsite

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Music: Visual Arts:
The Sooke Fine Arts Show provides the opportunity for the finest artists from Vancouver Island and BC’s coastal islands to showcase and sell their work. The 11-day art show and sale draws more than 8000 art lovers from Canada, the US and abroad. The Show, coming into its 28th year, is Vancouver Island’s longest-running juried fine art show and the Island’s premier summer arts event.

The Show opens to the public, exhibiting 375+ pieces of artwork from the finest artists on Vancouver Island and BC’s Coastal Islands. Wander through our 16,000 square foot gallery, and enjoy all types of live music from classical to folk, bluegrass and jazz.
Admission Prices

Tickets available at the door
SPECIAL: $1 off day passes for BC Transit Monthly Bus Pass Holders!
$8 – One Day Pass
$7 – Senior (65+) Day Pass
$15 – Show Pass
$30 – Purchaser’s Preview Evening
$15 – Taste of Sooke Evening
Kids under 12: Free
Group rates available: please call to arrange booking 250-642-7256

Show Open to the Public
July 25 – August 4

CLOSING TIMES (excluding special events):

Friday, July 25 7pm
Saturday, July 26 5pm *followed by Artist Celebration- invitation only
Sunday, July 27 7pm
Monday, July 28 7pm
Tuesday, July 29 7pm
Wednesday, July 30 7pm
Thursday, July 31 7pm *followed by Taste of Sooke – ticketed event
Friday, August 1 7pm
Saturday, August 2 7pm
Sunday, August 3 7pm
Monday, August 4 5pm


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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division