Fans of the fibre arts will enjoy the Viscount Cultural Centre's gallery this month.
More than 30 pieces created by the Tangled Threads Quilt Guild are on display at the VCC until Nov. 30.
The gallery features both an array of artistic designs and different styles, as pieces on display range anywhere from smaller hangings and table runners to king size quilts.
One of the unique and interesting pieces is one fibre art piece that is still being created, as Neepawa's Christine Waddell is completing a piece where she quilts in different colour shades on each layer of her fibre art piece for an entire year to correspond with the weather each day.
In total more than a dozen artists are featured in the gallery.
"One of our goals is getting more arts on display and the fibre arts and quilting are definitely ones we're happy to be featuring," VCC's Rrain Prior explained. "This is all local work, and I've seen the guild's pieces in different shows before and we really wanted to get them in."
Following the fibre arts guild the gallery will feature photos taken by Touchwood Park participants as part of another community PhotoVoice project.
"We wanted to show people the view of Neepawa through a different set of eyes," Prior said. "We had a lot of success with the high school PhotoVoice earlier this year and we thought this would be a good way to continue it."
Also up on the VCC's radar is a concert by Remi Bouchard planned for Nov. 23 at the Knox Presbyterian Church starting at 11 a.m.
The concert will feature some of Remi's pieces created in 2012, is in celebration of Canada Music Week and is expected to be about 45 minutes long.