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    Arts in the Park wrap up

    Legs up Hands Down performing at noon on Wednesday PHOTO: C Trembley

    Arts in the Park is about to wrap up for the year. Make sure to see the last evening show tonight or the two remaining noon shows.

    Music Yukon wraps up another successful season of Arts in the Park on Friday

    The final performances are set to be unleashed on the LePage Park stage located on 3rd and Wood St in Whitehorse.

    Tonight will feature the old-timey, young duo, the Sweeties on the Wednesday evening set.

    Thursday at noon, fresh from her recent tour, is Kalla Kinglit.

    On Friday, August 3rd we celebrate our 22nd season of Arts in the Park with multiple musical acts, a free buffet, face painters & a visual art demonstration by Gorellaume.

    Kicking off the show is Jerome Belanger & Kieran Poile from The Moaning Mountain Boys. After their set, Sophie Villeneuve takes the stage with Marc Tannahill. Jona Barr ends the show with the Soda Pony men (Aiden Tentrees & Patrick Hamilton) backing him up!

    We’ll be providing a free buffet for the public from businesses around town! Enjoy food & drink from Subway, Midnight Sun Coffee Roasters, BBQ King, Antoinette’s, Pizza Hut, Alpine Bakery, Java Connection, The Fruit Stand, Morikawa Sushi & Big Bear Donair!

    As the last Arts in the Park of the season, this event is a fundraiser for next year’s Arts in the Park. Everything is FREE and everyone is welcome! Invite your friends! Invite your friends’ friends!





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