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West Vancouver's Harmony ARts Festival 2007

Aug 5, 2007

By Catherine "Cat" Barr

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The Harmony Arts Festival has been the crown jewel of festivals for 17 years in West Vancouver and deservedly so. Where else can you find arts, crafts, music, displays, lectures, films and more all gathered in such a perfect beachfront setting? Venture off the beach for studio tours that cover the North Shore, or join the younger set at one of my favourite features - Youth Rock. After dinner, walk down to the John Lawson main stage for a live sunset concert or movie in the park - popcorn available on site.

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Too cute to be crafty, award-winning sculpture artist Graham Eagle (left) and Mark Wilinson, who fashions model tugboats out of recycled boats, sell their wares.
Beutiful Swarovski crystals sparkle in the sun as jewelery artist Susie Wickstead (left), and Brie Gorosh attend the weekend Craft Market.
Henna and face painting artist Taya Maki decorates six year-old Julia Reder (left) and 10 year-old sister Sophia as the sun sets in Ambleside.
Harmony Arts is nothing without its volunteers. From left: Bruce Jamieson, Margo Meakin and Charlie Scholze.
Festival production assistant Tierney Milne and administrator Peter Ottis take in some house beats at the Youth Rock stage.
Sixites' pop meets 90's avant garde sounds as The Shine On takes to the Youth Rock stage in one of the festival's premiere events.
Festival producer Richard Berg sets the sound perfectly as young bands get ready to play in the park at Youth Rock.
West Van's Vanessa Cunningham shows off her spinning wheel and adds a classic twist to this modern day festival.



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