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Coast events October 19- 28

Coast events October 19- 28

October 19

Earthquake preparedness with emergency program coordinator Bill Elsner, Gibsons Public Library, 1-2pm, free

October 19

Egmont community meeting with Telus, postponed to Nov. 16, 5pm, Egmont Community Hall

October 19

“Wear from Here” fashion show and dinner with music by Karen Graves and Budge Schachte, Sunshine Coast Golf & Country Club, Roberts Creek, doors 6pm, dinner 7pm, fashion show 8pm, $60

October 19

Spooky movie night with “Frankenweenie”, Gibsons Public Library, 6:30pm, free, for ages 9+, prizes for Frankenstein-inspired costumes

October 19

Creative in the Creek with Aliya, Ted & Gayle MacDonald, Sara Tomkins, Lance Leeson & Chloe McKinnon, hosted by Jess Stephens Whale, Gumboot Cafe, Roberts Creek, 7:30pm, by donation

October 20-22

Sunshine Coast Art Crawl, 144 venues Langdale to Earls Cove, 10am-5pm, evening events Friday 7-9pm, sunshinecoastartcrawl.com

October 20-22

Apple festival, Copper’s Green Park, Halfmoon Bay, 10am-5pm

October 21

Child care and early learning conference with Dr. Annabella Cant, Chatelech Secondary, Sechelt, 9am-3:30pm, $40, register at 604-885-5657

October 21

Opening reception for exhibitions by painters Jeff Barringer and Jan de Beer, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 2-4pm

October 21

Community opioids dialogue, Gibsons Public Library, 2-4pm, free

October 21

Boogie, brats and beer dinner and dance with Chillin’ Dylans and Simon Paradis, Coopers Green Hall, Halfmoon Bay, 6-11pm, $25

October 21

Pat Dorval’s radioactive fundraiser with Steve Weave, Martini Madness, The Relics, and more, to help during radiation treatments, Gibsons Legion, 6pm-midnight, by donation at the door

October 21

Robin Atchison and Nelson Giles, Mad Park Bistro, Madeira Park, 6:30pm

October 21

Songwriters in concert, Kyra Kaisla with Zach and Emily, Gumboot Cafe, Roberts Creek, 7:30pm, $15 or what you can pay

October 21

“Creating sacred: a musical celebration”, Arts Centre,
Sechelt, 7:30-10:30pm, free with ticket from 604-740-6049

October 21

Dance with Creek Big Band, Gibsons Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

October 21

Mimosa performs “visionnaires”, a bilingual tribute to women songwriters, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 8pm, advance $25, students $15, at the door $30

October 22

Special Sunday opening, SC Healthcare Auxiliary Thrift Store, Cowrie St., Sechelt, 10am-3pm

October 22

Petting farm, pony rides, BBQ fundraiser for BC Cancer Foundation, 714 Sullivan Rd., Roberts Creek, 12:30-2:30pm, by donation

October 22

The Fretless, fiddle band, School of Music, Madeira Park,2pm, $25

October 22

SC Film Society presents “I, Daniel Blake”, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 2pm, members $5, others $9

October 24

Tuesday talks presents Sean Eckford of the Coast Reporter on “fake news”, Sechelt Library, 1:30-3pm

October 24

Burger and beer night fundraiser to send Girl Guides to Mexico, Lighthouse Pub, Sechelt, 6pm, $25

October 24

Reading by Pauline Le Bel, author of “Whale in the
Door” about Howe Sound, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 7-9pm, free

October 24

Junco Jan presents three
Coast storytellers, Dr. Eric
Paektau, Dale Peterson
and John Marian, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 7-9pm,
by donation

October 26

Workshop with library staffer Teresa Eckford on using “Ancestry Library Edition” to trace your family tree, Sechelt Library, 7pm

October 26

Presentation of Sunshine Coast Arts Council arts awards to Simon Gidora, Yvonne Stowell and Janice Williams, Arts Centre,
Sechelt, 8pm, with AGM at 7pm

October 27

Update on library expansion campaign, with refreshments, Sechelt Library, 4-6pm

October 27

Devon Haley, Mad Park Bistro, Madeira Park, 6:30pm

October 27

Russell deCarle, with
opening by Joe Stanton and Simon Paradis, Coopers
Green Hall, Halfmoon Bay, 7pm, $25

October 28

Repair Cafe, small appliance repair, Gibsons Public Library, 12:30-4:30pm

October 28

Meet the artists, with Jeff
Barringer and Jan de
Beer, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 1pm

October 28

Unveiling and blessing of Squamish Nation public art, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 1-2:30pm

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