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Coast events March 23 – 30

Coast events March 23 – 30

March 23

Make an art book, for kids aged 5-8, Gibsons Library, 1-3pm

March 23

Benefit concert and pot luck for Terry Aleck and Christine Turenne, Roberts Creek Hall, 4pm, donation at the door

March 23

Joe Stanton, The Old Boot Eatery, Sechelt, 6-9pm

March 23

Nir Blu on the piano, with guest Jess Hart, Playhouse Theatre, Gibsons, 7pm, advance $15, at the door $20

March 23

Petunia and the Vipers, Roberts Creek Legion, 9pm, members $8, guests $15

March 23-25

Funtastics present “Hooray for Hollywood”, Seniors Activity Centre, Sechelt, Friday 7pm, Sat.&Sun. 3pm, $20

March 24

Holy Family Church food drive, collecting non-perishable items for Sechelt food bank, behind Clayton’s, Trail Bay Mall, 9am-3pm

March 24

Elders spring craft fair, Sechelt Band Hall, 10am-4pm, free admission

March 24

Water Walk, carry as much as you can to show what many Africans do every day, depart Dougall Park 10:30am, walking through lower Gibsons and returning to the park

March 24

Learn about the Christian tradition of meditation, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 10am-2pm, $5 for lunch, registration at 604-886-4738

March 24

SC Credit Union seminar on identity theft and fraud prevention, Sechelt Library, 11am-noon

March 24

Speakers Corner with Toastmasters, test your speaking skills, Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons, 11am-2:30pm

March 24

UBC prof Daniel Heath Justice launches his new book, “Why Indigenous Literatures Matter”, Gibsons Library, 2-3:30pm

March 24

SC Film Society presents Cannes winner “Graduation”, Raven’s Cry Theatre, 2pm, members $5, others $9

March 24

Wanda Nowicki with Ken Dalgleish and Mark Bender, Gibsons Public Market, 2:30-4:30pm

March 24

Joe Stanton and Simon Paradis, The Old Boot Eatery, Sechelt, 6-9pm

March 24

Zono Ono, Backeddy Resort, 6pm

March 24

Deanna Knight & the Hot Club of Mars, Gibsons Legion, 7pm, members $5, guests $10

March 24

“Cello, Guitarya?” house concert with Corbin Keep and Michael Friedman, Gibsons, $20, seniors & students $15, location with reservation at 604-886-3566

March 24

DJ night with African rhythms, Roberts Creek Legion, 9pm-1am, members $7, guests $14

March 25

“How to produce a recording” seminar with music producer David j Taylor, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 10am-1pm, members $15, others $25

March 25

Off the Page play reading, “Ocean Blue View”, Gibsons Public Market, 1pm, pay what you can

March 25

Grizzly bear birthday party with cake and First Nations elder, Iris Griffith Society, Madeira Park, 1-3pm

March 25

shíshálh story-teller Barbara Higgins celebrates the second printing of her book, “Etched In My Memory”, Sechelt band hall, 2pm

March 25

Shari Ulrich Trio, School of Music, Madeira Park, 2pm, $25

March 25

An Easter operatic recital, St. Bart’s Anglican Church, Gibsons, 4pm, by donation

March 26

Sechelt Garden Club presents Bill Terry and Rosemary Bates on plant-hunting in Lesotho, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 7pm, non-members $5

March 27

Raconteur Night, five minutes to speak on scary diagnoses, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 7-9pm

March 27

Alexis Harrington shows pictures of Patagonia, PH Wildlife Society, Christ the Redeemer Church, Madeira Park, 7pm

March 28

SC Credit Union presents a workshop on building a healthy credit history, Gibsons Library, 6:30-7:30pm

March 28–29

Two-day spoken word workshop with slam poet Lucia Misch, for young people aged 12-24, Gibsons Library, 12:30-3:30pm

March 29

Spoken word open mike, Gibsons Library, 7-8:30pm

March 30

First Roberts Creek pathway and gardens work party of the season, 9am, RC Library, bring gloves

March 30

Jazzy guitar with Budge Schachte, The Old Boot Eatery, Sechelt, 6-9pm

March 30

Sound Journey with didjeridu and crystal bowls, Yoga by the Sea, Roberts Creek, 7pm, bring a mat and blanket, $10-$20

March 30

Artesia coffee house with Glenn Millar Trio, Ken Johnson & Nancy Pincombe, Ashley Hautala and Anne Simonet, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 8pm, $10

March 30

Spring dance with Bobby Bruce aka Nearly Neil, 721 Andy’s Bay Rd., Gambier Island, 8pm, $20, under 15
free

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