GALLERY ANNIVERSARY: 17th celebration, a musical treat

Legendary Willie MacCalder and Langley's Cole Armour performed at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery

Legendary Willie MacCalder and Langley’s Cole Armour performed at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery

Brenda and Kurt Alberts celebrated 17 years of operating the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery on Saturday evening (Sept 21, 2013). Music in the Garden was provided by Willie MacCalder, legendary blues pianist of Powder Blues Band fame, and Langley’s own young musical sensation, Cole Armour. Gallery artist, Jack Turpin, received special recognition for his painting, “The Last Frontier”, a large image of which will be featured on the wall of a new building in Fort Langley. Al Colton’s painting of the Willoughby Community Hall was presented to the President of the Willoughby Hall Society for permanent display in the, soon to be completed, restored Hall. Jewelry artist, Susan Rind unveiled her Wild Star creations at the 17th Anniversary Garden Party.
Brenda Alberts with Susan Rind and Cole Armour receiving Titanic painting from Brenda and Kurt

Brenda Alberts with Susan Rind and Cole Armour receiving Titanic painting from Brenda and Kurt

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