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Cost events April 27 – May 4

Cost events April 27 – May 4

April 27

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

April 27

Girls Night Out with auctions and prizes, fundraiser for Gibsons branch of SC Healthcare Auxiliary, Gibsons Legion Hall, 7pm, $25

April 27

Spoken poetry event with poets John Pass and Philip Jagger, Sechelt Library, 7-8:30pm

April 28

SC Labour Council hosts “A worker’s day of mourning”, Dougall Park, Gibsons 11am

April 28

Dinner music with Jim Taylor, Roberts Creek Legion, 6-7:30pm, tips for the musician

April 28

Artesia coffee house featuring pianist Anna Lumiere and
son Noah Ord on accordion,
‘Gemini’ Val and Julie Rutter on piano, the Lynn Urquhart Band
with Sacha Fassaert, Gord Birtch & Michael Munro, and poet Danika Dinsmore with Barry Taylor on percussion, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 8pm,
$10

April 28-30

Driftwood Theatre School presents “The Glass Slipper”, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, Fri. & Sat. 7:30pm, Sun. 1pm, adults $15, youth $10

April 29

April Tools wooden boat-building and paddling challenge, government wharf, Madeira Park, 10am-4pm, races start 2pm, spectators free, team of four $160

April 29

Giant garage sale, Pender Harbour Legion, Madeira Park, 10am-4pm

April 29

Gibsons Garden Club annual plant and bake sale, Gibsons Community Centre parking lot, 10am-1pm

April 29

Coast Salish weaving workshop, makeup for snowed-in February workshop, SC Museum, Gibsons, 10am-4pm, $65 or $85, register at 604-886-8232

April 29

Spring plant sale, Sechelt Band Hall, 11am-4pm

April 29

Coding workshop for girls 8-12, by SC Tech Hub, Capilano University, Sechelt, 1-4pm, $20, parents free, register at share-there.com

April 29

Local musicians perform in a musical celebration of Canada’s 150th, Gibsons Public Library, 1-3pm, free

April 29

Grand opening, Gibsons Public Market, 2-4pm

April 29

Rotary annual wine and art festival, Gibsons Public Market, 6:30-9:30pm, $45

April 29

Richard Borthwick Austin performs the poetry of Gerald Manley Hopkins, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 7pm, by donation

April 29

Trivia night, St. Bart’s Church, Gibsons, 7-9pm, $20 for team of four

April 29

Jane Mortifee and Sound Eclectic choir, fundraiser for Better at Home, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 7:30pm, $25, share-there.com

April 29

Dance to Creek Big Band with vocalist Chrystal Spence,
fundraiser for Syrian family sponsorship, Sechelt Seniors Activity Centre, 7:30-10:30pm, $20

April 29

Dance with Playback and auction, 50-50 draw, fundraiser for several causes, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 8pm, $15

April 29

Dance with Funktete, featuring Karen Graves, Anna Lumiere, Budge Schachte and Regan Haydun, Gibsons Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

April 30

“Paint an owl” party, fundraiser for SC Hospice Society, Lighthouse Pub, Sechelt, noon-2:30pm, $25 plus $10 at the door

April 30

Walkathon fundraiser for Special Olympics, Porpoise Bay Provincial Park, 1:30pm

April 30

Public forum on privatization of seniors’ care, with speakers Andrew Longhurst and Edith Machattie, Sechelt Band Hall, 2-4pm

May 1

An education all candidates meeting, sponsored by the school district and its teachers and employees, Elphinstone Secondary, Gibsons, 5:30-6:30pm

May 1

DVD and talk by Victoria Maxwell, mental health advocate with bi-polar, Sechelt Library, 7-8:30pm, free, register at 604-885-3260

May 2

Mental health workshop on healing through journaling with Violette Clark, Sechelt Library, 11am-12:30pm, free, register at 604-885-3260

May 2

Mental health talk and reading with Michael Mann, Richard Austin and Hugh Macaulay, Sechelt Library, 1:30-3pm, free, register at 604-885-3260

May 3

Cancer care workshop, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 10am-3pm, free, register at 604-734-7125

May 3

Mental Cases, seven minutes to talk/read about mental health, top floor of Gibsons Cinema, 7-9:30pm, 604-885-8041

May 4

Mental health workshop and talk with the VCH mental health team, Sechelt Library, 10:30am-noon, free, register at 604-885-3260

May 4

Talk and reading, “two voices of mental health” with Patricia Hetherington and Weegee
Sachtjen, Sechelt Library, 7-9pm, free, register at
604-885-3260

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