Three-year-old Toprak Surmeli checks out the silver pond frogs at Art in the Park.

Kid focus

Children seemed to be a large part of Art in the Park

  • Aug. 20, 2014 11:00 a.m.

Art in the Park, held August 16 and 17, at Ed Macgregor Park attracted a lot of kids who admired the art and who participated in the dancing through Carole Cave Dance Studio. The yearly event is sponsored by the Sooke Community Arts Council and brings together many artists, craftspeople, dancers and music for two days in the outdoor park in Sooke.

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