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Volunteers needed for Art Rave

Events are heating up for the second annual Art Rave, an 11-day celebration of arts in the Alberni Valley.

Things kick off July 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the train station on Argyle Street with a display of artist Ron Hamilton’s Nuu-chah-nulth dance curtains.

Aug. 2–4 Art Rave takes place along Argyle Street between the train station and Harbour Quay. Admission is free.

Volunteers are needed for the main weekend of Art Rave, Aug. 2–4. Anyone wishing to help out is asked to call Linda Whiteman at 250-723-7158.

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