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Kelowna's artists in residence show their work

Elsie Burkowski has been making Ukranian Easter eggs since she was a teenager; today she perfects her craft from Hawthorn Park Retirement Community. - Jennifer Smith
Elsie Burkowski has been making Ukranian Easter eggs since she was a teenager; today she perfects her craft from Hawthorn Park Retirement Community.
— image credit: Jennifer Smith

Hawthorn Park Retirement Community held an art show to feature the wide range of talent within its walls last week. From the original Mary Bull painting in the entrance—the nationally recognized local artist recently passed away—to the residents' woodwork, water colours and needlework, it was quite the affair. See the Friday, April 6 Capital News for a complete photo spread and details.

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