Make your mark on gymnasium project

Families invited to leave legacy for Agassiz gymnasium project in ceramic tile workshop

Be part of the excitement and development of the new gymnasium at the Fitness / Activity Centre.

Leave your mark. The Community Tile Project is an opportunity to paint a ceramic tile that represents you and your family, your business, or your interests. These tiles will be fire-kilned, then installed in the soon-to-be-expanded facility and become part of the design of the building.

All supplies are included, as well as instruction and guidance from the staff of Colour Me Mine Studio. All proceeds from this project will go toward the expansion project. This is a great family activity , and the cost to create a 6″ X 6″ tiles is $50, and a 12″ X 12″ tile costs $90.

The first opportunity to paint a tile will be Sat., Feb. 8 between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Fitness / Activity Centre.  Please allow three hours for the completion of this project.  For more information or to register call the Fitness / Activity Centre at 604-796-8891.

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