Displays and presentations, an Interactive ARTivity Zone, culinary delights, performances by local musicians and more return this weekend for the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival at the Buckhorn Community Centre. The Friday, August 18 Garden Party opens the 40th year celebration of art in Buckhorn at 6 p.m. JUNO and 4-time CFMA winners, "The Good Lovelies" and the OPP Commissioner's Pipes & Drums will open the celebration that has the theme "A Tradition of World Class Art."
If you are looking for a quick snack in the Sandy Lake area look no further. The Sandy Lake Snack Bar is open for business with Sarah Armstrong handling the grill. According to Jeff Chesher, who was there with son, Mitchell, picking up some of the best french fries in the area, the structure housing the snack bar was once Northey's school bus barn. It has also been a gas station, body shop, antique store and convenience store which sold flowers.
If you want one more boost to your Canadian pride go to the Gallery on the Lake, 65 Gallery on the Lake Rd. in Buckhorn, and visit the exhibit celebrating Canadian artists. It is an outstanding display of talent from area artists. Andrew Neil Olscher is one of those artists whose art is being exhibited. He brands himself as an eco expressionist.
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