Artists in the atrium at Sidney Pier Hotel

This weekend the Sidney Pier hotel will be bustling.

SIDNEY – This weekend the Sidney Pier hotel will be bustling.

The hotel hosts the Artistis in Atrium event featuring many local artists and artisans including Bonnie Brugger (fused glass), Carolyn Frederick (ceramic artist), Chris Paul (Coast Salish art) and Wendy Picken (painter).

The weekend will also feature activities like tarot card reading and a Sunday brunch buffet with the Ladies of Gospel.

The event runs Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Daily specials will  be featured in Haro’s Restaurant.

For more information, visit sidneypier.com.

 

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