Michelle Catton (left)

Celebrating art at Pitt Meadows elementary

Art work from the whole school will be on display.

Pitt Meadows elementary is hostig is inaugural Art Night Celebration in May.

Michelle Catton, a Grade 3/4 teacher, is having her class take the lead, organizing and promoting the event, with four other classes helping out.“It is an opportunity for us to showcase the artwork we are doing in the school and different kinds of projects we are doing. And to try to bring families and the local community back into our school community,” said Catton.

Art work from the whole school will be on display.

Art Night Celebration takes place May 12 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Pitt Meadows elementary, 11941 Harris Road.

The public is welcome. The entrance fee is a donation to the Friends In Need Food Bank. And the student leadership committee will be selling pizza, pop and chips for $5 in a fundraising effort to build a school in India.

 

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