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Coast Events October 5 – 14

Coast Events October 5 – 14

October 5

Comedy with Lori Ferguson Ford, Grasshopper Pub, Pender Harbour, 6pm, $40

October 5

Opening reception for exhibit by seven artists and their families, ”Origins, Legacies of Coast Art”, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 6:30-8:30pm

October 6

Family games and caramel apple dipping, and pie contest (drop off before noon), Gibsons Public Market, 3-6pm, free

October 6

Fashion show, fundraiser for Sunshine Dragons Abreast, Indian Band Hall, Sechelt, 5:30-10pm, $45

October 6

Opening reception for exhibit by Tina Flux, the Kube Studios, Gibsons, 6pm

October 6

“Syiyaya. Our families. Our stories”, multi-cultural collection of community stories told as a theatre event, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 8-10pm, $25 advance, students $15, at the door $30

October 6-7

Buddhist teachings with Tulku Karzang Rinpoche, Seniors Activity Centre, Sechelt, 10am-3pm, $50, register at centre@spiritdance.net

October 7

Annual Thanksgiving pie sale, St. Hilda’s Church, Sechelt, 9am-noon, $14 each, $5 slice

October 7

Pender Harbour fall fair, PH Community Hall, 10am-3pm, free

October 7

Cedar basket weaving workshop with Jessica Silvey, 5477 Wharf Ave., Sechelt, 11am-1pm & 2pm-4pm, $25, register at secheltartsfestival.com

October 7

Thanksgiving rally to “save our aquifer” with a dozen performers, Dougall Park, Gibsons, 11am-6pm

October 7

Opening reception for exhibits by Nicolas Teichrob and Jennifer Love, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 2-4pm

October 7

Harvest dinner, meal with cider/beer, Gibsons Public Market, 7-9pm, $35

October 7

Butler in the Hey!, Gibsons Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

October 7

“Big Love” dj night, Roberts Creek Legion, 9pm, members $8, guests $15

October 7-8

Gibsons Fall Fair, Quality Garden & Pet, 325 Pratt Rd., 10am-4pm

October 10

Tuesday talks presentation on fractal snowflakes, Sechelt Library, 1:30-3pm, free, register at 604-885-3260

October 10

Workshop on video projection with Mieke Jay, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 7-10pm, free, register at secheltartsfestival.com

October 11

Morningstars Toastmasters open house with breakfast, Harmony Hall, Gibsons, 7-8:30am

October 11

Make your own fractal snowflake, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 1-3pm, $25 includes materials, register at Sechelt Visitor Centre

October 11

Creating your family tree genealogy workshop, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 2-5pm, free, register at secheltartsfestival.com

October 11

Ian Ross of Terminal Forest Products speaks at West Howe Sound Community Association AGM, Eric Cardinall Hall, Gibsons, 7pm

October 12

Presentation on fractal snowflakes, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 7-8:30pm, by donation

October 13

Wild mushroom feast, Ruby Lake Resort, 6-9pm, $50/person, 604-883-2269

October 13

George Connell CD release party for “Elephant in the Room”, Botanical Garden, West Sechelt, 6pm

October 13

Mushroom festival presentation by Brian Lee on “wilderness survival 101”, Roberts Creek Hall, 7-9:30pm, $10

October 13

Coffee house with Ken Dunn and Anna Green, Katrina Bishop and Chelsea Rubin, School of Music, Madeira Park, 7:30-9:30pm, suggested $10 donation

October 13

Presentation by James Edgar on “the synthesis of elements in stars”, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 7:30pm, by donation

October 13

Tap/flamenco style production of “Grease”, Raven’s Cry Theatre, 8-10pm, $25, students $15

October 14

Mushroom festival, displays and sales, Pender Harbour Community Hall, Madeira Park, 11am-4pm, $5

October 14

Used clothing sale and silent auction, fundraiser for the schizophrenia society, Davis Bay Community Hall, noon-4pm

October 14

Off the Page, reading of play “Sad Clown”, with audience discussion, Heritage Theatre, Gibsons, 1-3pm, by donation

October 14

Gala fundraiser with multi-course dinner and music, Gibsons Public Market, reception at 5:30pm, $150, 604-886-8814

October 14

Ladies night dinner and dance with Playback, Madeira Park Legion, cocktails 6pm, dinner 7pm, $60

October 14

Emerging Sounds youth
concert and dance party for ages 12-17, Sechelt Band
Hall, 7pm, adults $10,
students $5

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