Arts Alive in Kneehilll Memberships due June 1

Attention all artists, artisans and teachers of the arts: In order to have your information included in the new Directory of the Arts you must register your membership in Arts Alive in Kneehill by June 1! To do so, call 403-443-5040 and make arrangements with the secretary, Winona Bowman. Membership in the Arts Alive in Kneehill society costs only $10 per year and gets you publicity in the Directory, and access to promotion by the society board.
Completed forms and fees can be dropped off at the Royal Bank in Three Hills.
This new Directory of the Arts will be available to the public at the beginning of September, just in time for use by those looking to join a group or find a teacher in the arts. Arts Alive receives many phone calls asking for names and contacts for entertainment, teachers, and crafters of all sorts. If you are listed in the Directory of the Arts, we will be able to supply your name and information
On Thursday, May 27, a new ART ON DISPLAY will be opened in the Three Hills Municipal Library. A display of quilts of all sorts, celebrating the 15th Season of Shirl's Girls quilting group will be opened with a coffee and cookie reception from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the evening of the Thursday, the 27th. Come in to the library and enjoy a first hand look at some of the fine creative work being done here by local quilters, talk with some of them, and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea.
Alberta Arts Days are scheduled for September 17-19 this year, coinciding with the National Culture Days. For our celebration in Kneehill County, Arts Alive is planning to exhibit work by local artists in three commercial locations in each of the following centres: Trochu, Three Hills, Linden, Acme and Carbon, making 15 exhibits in total. There will be a "passport" available for you to fill out, showing you have visited these exhibits. These passports can then be entered into a draw for prize baskets.
Watch The Capital at the beginning of September for more information on this fun project, and don't to forget to check out the regular "What is Happening???" column in the first issue of The Capital each month.