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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Peace Gallery has a new exhibit coming to town in the next couple of days to celebrate the 150th birthday of Canada.

“My Canada” will open this Friday at 5:00 pm. The evening will go until 7:00 pm.

The exhibit will be on display from February 3rd to February 25th.

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Alan White, Gallery Coordinator estimates that there are close to 20 displays from local Peace Region artists.  There will be many different mediums of art, including: water colours, ceramics, and there will be a moose sculpture that apparently weighs close to 400 lbs and is 9 feet tall. Artists the medium they want to create.

The artists are asked to show in their medium “what Canada means to them”.

For more information, visit: http://npcc.bc.ca/peace-gallery-north

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