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Here’s to a great start to 2022, everyone!

Although it might not be the “return to normal” that people were hoping for, KAN is thinking positively and planning for a new improved spring season. Classes were a big success last autumn and as soon as protocols allow us greater numbers for gathering inside, we will be announcing our line-up for spring classes in a variety of media and techniques.

KAN artists will be exhibiting at the Kawartha Lakes Arts Council event Made in Kawartha Lakes – a showcase and sale of work by artists and artisans – to be held May 28th-29th at Settlers’ Village in Bobcaygeon. Fingers crossed for the Lakefield Jazz Festival to be happening this summer, as KAN will be on display at a booth at that event as well.

So bundle up well, take care if you have to get out and shovel that white stuff, and enjoy some cozy winter moments curled up by a fire if you can!

– Lesley Drummond, KAN Director