Wells gallery holding art auction in P.G.

Island Mountain Arts will be hosting its Bids & Brews fundraiser art auction and dinner in Prince George on Oct. 5.

The fundraiser, which also features an online auction, will help support the programs offered by the gallery in Wells, including the Toni Onley Artists' Project, International Harp and Cello School, ArtsWells Festival of All Things Art, gallery exhibitions and the artist-in-residence program.

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The auction, live music and dinner start at 5:30 p.m. and take place at Hub Space (1299 Third Ave.). Tickets are $35 for Island Mountain Arts members and $50 for non-members.

The gallery is seeking donations of artwork, unique items and tourism experiences to include in the auction.

For more information or to buy tickets online, go to http://support-imarts.com/new-events-1/2019/10/5/bids-amp-brews-auction-fundraiser, contact Allyson at allyson@imarts.com.

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