Art in the Park scheduled for this weekend

Annual event features art and entertainment

Once again Ed Macgregor Park will be the venue for Art in the Park.

Hosted by the Sooke Community Arts Council, the two-day event will feature art and craft as well as a lot of great entertainment.

Attendees can expect to see: Tae Kwon Do  demonstrations; a live theatre review with the Sooke Harbour Players; Djembe drumming with percussionist Matthew Hodgins and school age drummers; a wide variety of dance styles with Sooke’s Carole Cave Dance Studio, the Cynthia Davis Trio singing jazz and blues, Eric Hughes Trio with jazz by Eric Hughes, James Young and Adam Dobres; and Yvonne Cabot with Revolver 3 performing rock.

It all takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Ed Macgregor Park on West Coast Road.

There is something for everyone at Art in the Park. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy what Sooke has to offer.

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