Penticton Art Gallery finds treasure in other people’s junk

Penticton curator Paul Crawford was busy Saturday keeping up with customers at the Treasures from the Attic garage sale and silent auction.

Penticton Art Gallery curator Paul Crawford.

Penticton Art Gallery curator Paul Crawford was busy Saturday keeping up with customers at the Treasures from the Attic garage sale and silent auction.

The next fundraising event is Tastes of the Palette on July 5. The event features a live auction, two silent auctions, wines from the Naramata Bench, beer from Cannery Brewing, Penticton chefs and restaurants creating unique hors D’oeurves and door prizes.

Tickets are $55 and available at the art gallery.

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