The “Scenes of Sylvan” photography exhibit will be held during Jazz at the Lake at the Sylvan Lake Municipal Library. Photo Submitted

Photography Exhibition at the Library: “Scenes of Sylvan”

The Sylvan Lake Municipal Library will hold the exhibit Aug. 18-19

The Sylvan Lake Municipal Library is hosting a photography exhibition during the August “Jazz at the Lake” festival.

The exhibition runs Sat., Aug. 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and again on Sunday from 1-5 p.m.

The library will be promoting six local amateur and semi-professional photographers by giving them the opportunity to display and sell their work. The six photographers are Randy Fiedler, Joseph Furman, Lee Lachance, Kaye Jay Maclean, Jenn Tanaka and Carmen Therriault.

Photography will be available for sale as prints, matted as well as matted and framed. Prices will vary among photographers.

The library’s debit/credit machines will not be available for this sale (cash is your best bet).

The staff at the library are excited to show some great images of the Sylvan Lake you know and love!

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