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Coast events January 25 – February 4

Coast events January 25 – February 4

January 25

Beer and burger fundraiser for Coast Car Co-op with entertainment and silent auction, 101 Brewhouse, Gibsons, 6-10pm, $25

January 25

Restorative Justice dialogue circle and AGM, Sechelt Band Hall, 7pm

January 26

Dinner music with Greg Willy, Roberts Creek Legion, 6pm, tips for musician

January 26

The Funkdealer and Vinz Clortho djs, Roberts Creek Legion, 9pm, members $5, guests $10

January 26

Artesia coffee house with father-daughter duo Colin and Gracelyn Mailey with Sacha Fassaeret, singer/songwriter David Jones, poet Linda King and “Double Treble” with Heidi and Bud Kurtz, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 8pm, $10

January 26

Jim Foster, Lighthouse pub, Sechelt, 8-11pm

January 27

How to be a better listener with Joanna Rzepa, Gibsons Public Library, 10am-12:30pm

January 27

Pruning tips and tricks with arborist Cheryl Topping, Botanical Garden, West Sechelt, 1pm, by donation

January 27

Family literacy day drumming and song circle for all ages, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 1:30-3:30pm, must register at share-there.com, 604-885-9310

January 27

Steve Hinton blues band plays the courtyard, Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons, 2-4pm, bring non-perishable food item for the food bank and warm socks

January 27

SC Film Society presents “Harold & Lillian”, a documentary celebration of the power of love and creativity, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 2:30pm, members $5, others $9

January 27

Charlotte Wrinch plays, Gibsons Public Market, 2:30-4:30pm

January 27

Gibsons Yacht Club annual membership chili fest, Harmony Hall, Gibsons, 6pm, newcomers welcome, rsvp to darleneefinch@gmail.com

January 27

Patricia Hetherington launches her book “Under the Covers”, St. Bart’s Church, Gibsons, 7pm, $20 includes signed book

January 27

Dance with Jim Taylor, Sechelt Seniors Centre, 7pm, members $10, guests $15

January 27

Beer farm speaker series: talk on getting kids involved with agriculture, Persephone Brewing, Gibsons, 7-9pm, free, kids welcome

January 27

Rakish Angles, Gumboot Cafe, Roberts Creek, 7:30-10:30pm, $15

January 27

Jazz quartet Kestra, Gibsons Public Market, 7:30pm, $20

January 27

Grant Olsen, Gibsons Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

January 27

Latin funk with DJ Hubbz with Paola/El Pulpo, Roberts Creek Legion, 9pm, members $10, guests $20

January 27-28

Chamber music with Terence Tam, Yariv Aloni, Pamela Highbaugh Aloni and Lorraine Min, School of Music, Madeira Park, 2pm, $25

January 28

“Many Hands”, documentary exploring pre-history of Canada with footage from the 2017 Pulling Together canoe journey, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 1pm, by donation

January 28

Off the Page play reading, “The Doug MacDougals”, Gibsons Public Market, 1pm, pay what you can

January 28

Hands-on pruning workshop in private garden with arborist Cheryl Topping, location with registration at 604-740-3969, 1pm, Botanical Garden members $15, non-members $20 SOLD OUT

January 28

Forum on “defending public seniors care” moderated by Hal Wake, Band Hall, Sechelt, 2-3:30pm

January 28

Lonesome Ace Stringband, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, 7:30pm, $20

January 28

Double bill house concert with Deanna Knight with Simon Kendall 8pm and Chris Ronald, 9pm, $20, Gibsons location with rsvp to info@deannaknight.ca

January 29

Paddy Wales addresses the Sechelt Garden Club on developments at the SC Bontanical Garden, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 7pm, $5 for non-members

January 30

Tuesday Talks presents RCMP Cpl. Ben Stewart on frauds, scams and staying safe, Sechelt Library, 1:30-3pm

January 30

Dialogue hosted by Town of Gibsons (Is Gibsons broke?), Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 7-9pm

January 31

Presentation and slideshow on Vietnam Friendship Village with Carol Stewart, Gibsons Public Library, 6-7:30pm

February 2

Dinner music with Steven Jacks, Roberts Creek Legion, 6pm, tips for the musician

February 3

3rd annual Loppet, mass-start cross-country and snowshoe races, Dakota Ridge, 9am, prices and info at tetoutdoor.ca

February 3

Refugee film “Human Flow” by activist and director Ai Weiwei, presented by Syrian refugee sponsorship program, Seniors Centre, Sechelt, 1:30pm, $10

February 3

Joe Stanton, Gibsons Public Market, 2:30pm

February 3,

Georgia Fats, Gibsons Legion, 7pm, members $8, guests $15

February 3

Ruff & Tumble reggae band, with djs The Funkdealer and Bridge, Roberts Creek Hall, 9pm-late, $20, after midnight $15

February 4

“Many Hands”, documentary exploring pre-history of Canada with footage from the 2017 Pulling Together canoe journey, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 1pm, by donation

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