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Today last day to purchase tickets for Souris Show Hall Foundation art raffle

Doug Cranford, who owns Ellen’s Creek Gallery and Framing with his wife, Gloria, looks at the painting by John Burden. It’s one of three paintings on view at the gallery that are part of the Souris Show Hall Art Raffle.
Doug Cranford, who owns Ellen’s Creek Gallery and Framing with his wife, Gloria, looks at the painting by John Burden. It’s one of three paintings on view at the gallery that are part of the Souris Show Hall Art Raffle. - Jim Day

Art lovers take note.

This is the last day to purchase tickets for the Souris Show Hall Art Raffle. The winners will be chosen on Friday, Feb. 14, at the Benevolent Irish Society Hall in Charlottetown at 7 p.m. 

Everyone is welcome to attend.

The funds raised will help with upgrades to the theatre prior to the upcoming season.

Proceeds from the raffle will help with upgrades to the theatre prior to the upcoming season. All art has been donated with the first prize being a Brian Burke painting. Second prize is a P. John

Burden painting and third prize is a Kier Kenny painting. 

The Souris Show Hall has been providing affordable venue space to the community and the arts for over 20 years, first as The Kier Gallery in Charlottetown and now as the Souris Show Hall Foundation. 

Paintings are on display at Artworks on North River Road where tickets for the draw are available.

Tickets are also available from Bruce Matheson, 902-940-5172, Dave MacKay, 902-940-5864, Jodi Nutbrown, 902-316-3629,

Kier Kenny, 902-940-5172, Norma MacDonald, 902-215-0317, Naomi Edwards, 902-687-2018, and Kathy Roney, 902-314-8840.

Tickets can also be ordered online by messaging Sourisshowhallfoundation@gmail.com.

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