The event offers free tables to artists with items to display.
Event organizers are seeking artists and artisans working in a wide variety of media. All works must somehow incorporate the "Copper and Fire" theme.
The event also seeks jugglers, musicians and other street entertainment.
Copper and Fire takes place at the Museum from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information or to book display tables call Adriane Polo at 604-898-5960 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Polo, a Squamish-based filmmaker, is also the contact for submissions to the Ninth Annual Sea to Sky Film Festival.
The intimate festival is seeking films and high-quality video projects under 30 minutes in length for drama, comedy, documentary and experimental categories.
The films will screen at the Eagle Eye Theatre in Squamish on Sept. 24. The deadline for submission is Sept. 9.
Information, eligibility requirements and entry forms are available online at www.seatosky.net/filmfest.
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