Many reasons to visit Pynelogs

If your summer is going anything like mine, it is absolutely flying by. But that doesn’t mean it’s too late to still complete some of those things you hoped to accomplish this summer.

If your summer is going anything like mine, it is absolutely flying by. But that doesn’t mean it’s too late to still complete some of those things you hoped to accomplish this summer.  If expanding your artistic side was on summer’s to-do list, Pynelogs still has some workshops with open spaces for August and September.

Carney Oudendag still has one more workshop lined up for August — a Quick Draw workshop called Cats in Hats.  Come and discover how to sketch cats using a variety of drawing and art materials. Pynelogs’ own Sarah Frazier has one more workshop in August, a digital filmmaking for beginners class. It’s sure to entice those who are curious about the filmmaking process, from setting up a good composition to burning your project onto a DVD.

In September, Norm Turner will be running a beginner’s digital photography workshop. Remember there are limited spots in each workshop so if any of these spark your interest, don’t hesitate to secure your place.

More information is available on the CV Arts website for each of the workshops (visit or feel free to phone Pynelogs for more information at 250-342-4423.

The show we are currently displaying features seven great artists and an array of disciplines and mediums, which promises to make for a visually interesting viewing experience. The show is composed of pieces from Pauline Newhouse, Samantha Millard, Caio Paagman, Cajsa Fredin, Cheryl Goodwin, Maureen Gagnon, and Bryn Stevenson.

The artist opening will take place on August 10 from 7 to 9 p.m. down at Pynelogs, and is a great chance for an early look at the display. This show will have something to catch everyone’s eye.

We invite you to stop by, whether you are lounging on the beach and need a break from the sun on a summer-weather day, or are looking for something to do on a rainy afternoon. Pynelogs also has a gift shop filled with lots of great treasures that would make wonderful presents for any occasion. Next time you are looking for a unique artistically crafted gift, why not check it out?

And while you are down here, it seems only right to have something to eat at the Pynelogs Cafe. The cafe features daily soup, salad, quiche, flatbread, and pie specials that are always incredible.  The Pynelogs Cafe is also home of the famous Scotty Burger, and features a full menu. Desserts and coffee are also available if a full meal is not on your agenda. You can enjoy the beautiful view of the lake if eating on the deck, or enjoy the current displays if indoors. The friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere promise a great eating experience for you.

A trip down to Pynelogs has a lot to offer and we always look forward to chatting with you.

Montana Cameron

Pynelogs staff

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