I’m excited about our upcoming participation in the 39th Worldwide Sketchcrawl. Quebec City sketchers are going to ride rather than walk during this sketchcrawl. Maybe we should call it a sketch cruise.
Our organizers, Celine Poulin and Yvan Breton, have planned an event you won’t want to miss as we’re going for a boat ride. Starting at 13:00h, Saturday April 13th, we’re going to board the ferry that traverses the St. Lawrence Seaway, between Quebec City and Levis. Once on the boat we’ll sail the ocean’s blue, going back and forth between the two cities, sketching to our heart’s content. We’ll can sketch from the indoor passenger rooms and their large viewing windows or from the decks themselves. There are bathrooms, vending machines, and seats available.
Total cost will be $3.10 for a ticket and if you’ve got a monthly bus pass, it’s free. What could be better than to have two coastlines and numerous ships and boats to sketch, as well as a steady stream of passengers.
You need to check the weather and dress accordingly. You’ll need your sketching gear and a lunch. Oh, no ability or talent is required – just some paper and a pointy device that can make marks… and a smile. We thrive on smiles. I hope you’ll join us.
Event DetailsDate: 13 April (Saturday) Location: Quebec City ferry dock Time: 1300h Cost: $3.10 (unlimited number of ferry crossings) – free if you have a monthly bus pass.
If you’d like or need more information, you can contact me (French or English) at firstname.lastname@example.org. While it’s not required that you R.S.V.P. it would be nice if you let us know that you’re coming so we can look for you.