The band Fun For Cover plays at the Abbotsford Arts Council’s Art To Dine For event on Feb. 8.

Art To Dine For features food, beer, music and more

Event hosted by Abbotsford Arts Council on Friday, Feb. 8

The Abbotsford Arts Council (AAC) is hosting Art To Dine For on Friday, Feb. 8 in the community room at Highstreet Shopping Centre.

The event is sponsored by Ravens Brewing Company and will feature a silent auction, live music by local band Fun For Cover, and an art market featuring the Fraser Valley’s newest young artist collective, called We are Pie.

Proceeds from the event go towards funding the family-friendly and free summer Mill Lake Music Concert Series. The series is hosted at Kariton Art Gallery every Saturday night from June to August.

Tickets for Art To Dine For are $35 and include a pint of beer (non-alcoholic options are available) and a build-your-own-burrito bar by Mucho Burrito.

Doors open at 5 p.m., and dinner will be served from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit, the council’s Facebook page or Kariton Gallery at 2387 Ware St. (11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday to Friday).

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