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Coast events April 20 – 27

Coast events April 20 – 27

April 20

Creative in the Creek, hosted by David Roche and Siobhan Brown, with poetry by Richard Borthwick Austin and Mike Oswald, earth-based music with Natalia Wilhelm, singer-guitarist Bobby Roadhouse and “Captain Ampersand”, Gumboot Cafe, Roberts Creek, 7:30pm by donation

April 21

All candidates provincial election “green forum”, presented by SC Conservation Assoc. and Alliance4Democracy, Roberts Creek Hall, 7-9pm

 

April 22

Mountain Grind obstacle race, Lions Park, Pender Harbour, 9am, $99, mountaingrind.ca

April 22

Kayak demo day, presented by Sunshine Kayaking, Molly’s Lane, Gibsons Landing, 9am-4pm

April 22

Plant and bake sale by Roberts Creek branch of SC Healthcare Auxiliary, behind Roberts Creek library, 11am-4pm

April 22

Earth Day festival with music, food and workshops, Roberts Creek Pier, noon-5pm (Opening meditation at Roberts Creek Hall 10am)

April 22

Presentation by 10 clay artists, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 2:30-3:30pm, by donation

April 22

“Opening a door to Syria”, educational fundraiser with Keith Maxwell and Jack Pope, and middle eastern refreshments, Sechelt Seniors Activity Centre, 3-5pm, $10

April 22

Novelist Joan Haggerty reads from her latest, “The Dancehall Years”, set on Bowen Island, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 8pm, by donation

April 22

Taurean Tunez with djs, fundraiser for fire victims Carrie Lee and Scully Stanway, Roberts Creek Hall, 8pm, $20

April 22

Steve Hinton band, Gibsons Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

April 23

Popsicle stick bridge building contest, Sechelt Indian Band Hall, noon-5pm, free to spectators, $5 bridge kit at Gibsons Building Supplies

April 23

Charlotte Wrinch plays, Persephone Brewery, Gibsons, 2-4pm, by donation

April 23

Coast Recital Society presents The Purcell Project: soprano Karina Gauvin and Les Boréades baroque orchestra, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 2:30pm, $25, students $10

April 23

Spring meet up of @SCtechhub, for those working in tech, Mission Point House, Davis Bay, 3-5pm

April 23

SC Community Orchestra Association presents “Old World, New World” with violinist Simon Gidora, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, 7pm, (6:30pm pre-concert chat with Maestra Edette Gagne), $20, students $10

April 24

SC Film Society presents “Welcome to the Sticks”, highest-grossing French film ever, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, 7:30pm, members $5, others $9

April 24

Sechelt Garden Club speaker Laurie Creak on gardening in China and the effect of Buddhism, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 7pm, non-members $5

April 25

Gwen Odermatt from Langley’s Petals and Butterflies Farm Nursery on how to attract birds and bees to your garden, SC Botanical Garden, West Sechelt, 7pm, members $15, non-members $20

April 26

Tuesday Talks presents Laura Walker on the Ocean Avenue community garden, Sechelt Library, 1:30-3pm

April 26

Sechelt author Andrew Scott presents a new edition of his book, “The Promise of
Paradise: Utopian Communities in British Columbia”, Gibsons Public Library, 6-7:30pm, free

April 26

All-candidates meeting, hosted by Pender Harbour Advisory Council, Pender Harbour Community Hall, 6:30-9:30pm

April 26

First of four Wednesday classes in hula dancing, 625 Glen Rd., Gibsons, 7-8:30pm, $60, 604-886-9737

April 27

All-candidates meeting, hosted by SC Alternative School, Sechelt Seniors Activity Centre, 10:30am

April 27

Spoken poetry event with poets John Pass and Philip Jagger, Sechelt Library, 7pm

April 29

Art Show, Crafts and Plants Sale at the Pender Harbour Community Hall 10am-3pm. Tables for rent. Call Marlene at 604-883-9900 or Muriel at 604-883-2609

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