Rotary hosts wine, art at Fort Rodd Hill

Soak up the sun and culture Sunday while admiring local art and enjoying local wines at the Colwood Rotary Art and Wine festival

Soak up the sun and culture Sunday while admiring local art and enjoying local wines at the Colwood Rotary Art and Wine festival.

About 40 artists including painters, jewellers, sculptures and photographers will display work at Fort Rodd Hill and the Vancouver Island Jazz Band will perform.

Wines will be served indoors. Each person will be given one wine glass and have five samples from the eight different wineries present at the festival.

 

The festival is at Fort Rodd Hill, 623 Fort Rodd Hill Rd. from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 28. Tickets for both wine and art admission is $40. Admission for only the art portion is $10, children are free.  Proceeds from the festival will go towards Phase 2 of the Rotary Picnic Playground at West Shore Parks and Recreation among other Rotary projects.

 

 

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