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Back to the Beachcombers

What’s in the box? Constable Constable (Bill Forst), Nick (Brian Harbison), Molly (Dianna Barton) and Relic (Herb Donaldson) reveal secrets, plot twists, and the hidden connection with Medicine Hat in Driftwood’s dinner theatre production of Murder at the Reach. Heather Jeal photo Dine and detect with The Driftwood Players They’re back. Nick, Jesse, Relic, Molly ... Read More »

Vote for Malcolm

Local Grade 12 student and Sechelt musician Malcolm Ireland is competing in a National contest in the hopes to land a scholarship at Nimbus recording school in Vancouver. The contest asks participants to choose one of three songs by major label artists and to create their own mix using the original tracks or “stems” of the songs. The person who ... Read More »

Festival with euro-flair returns

The third annual Roberts Creek Arts Festival returns with a unique blend of live music, art installations, film, food, and fun staged at eight venues during the Victoria Day long weekend (May 16 – 18). Park the car and catch the free shuttle from venue to venue, or ride your bike (show your helmet and ... Read More »

Evans-Cullen joins GDPL team

This month’s Books and Beyond column was written by Heather Evans-Cullen, the new Community Outreach Coordinator for the Gibsons and District Public Library (GDPL).  There are many reasons why GDPL is a great place to be, and one of my favourites is how every day at the library is full of creative energy and sharing ... Read More »

Celebrate Mom on Mother’s Day

Whether she’s still hard at work raising children or her kids have grown up and now have children of their own, Mom deserves our best efforts come Mother’s Day. And while traditional gifts like flowers and chocolate might be enjoyable, those who want to go the extra mile for Mom this year might consider the ... Read More »

Fans of Middle Ages gather in Gibsons

Oyez, Oyez! The Gibsons Curling Club will be transformed on Saturday, May 3 as the Coast’s first medieval fair hosts members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). Travelling from across BC and the western United States, fans of the Middle Ages will gather in costume to recreate that period in history not as it ... Read More »

Outdoor art gallery in Gibsons proposed

Local artist Elizabeth Evans and her husband William Baker will be approaching Town of Gibsons Council at its May 6 meeting for approval to install a proposed outdoor art ‘gallery’ of large hand painted panels attached to free standing wooden structures on public lands and on building walls.  “Unlike outdoor murals which are permanent, we ... Read More »

Excitement building as Roberts Creek ArtsFest nears

The Roberts Creek Arts Festival, to be held May 16 – 18, builds on previous success with eight venues celebrating the highest calibre of arts in dream-come-true collaborative locations. Each venue features live music, visual/performance arts, and artisan foods. The three night and two day, low impact cultural event spotlights local and international talent. The ... Read More »

GPAG offers Passionate Vision

Works by Barry Wainwright and Bob Evermon reflects on  decades-long passion for artistic expression Passionate Vision, an exhibition by artists Barry Wainwright and Bob Evermon, opens at the Gibson’s Public Art Gallery on Friday, May 2 and runs through to May 26. The exhibition includes sculpture, painting, photographs and prints. Meet the artists at the ... Read More »

The Judys dine May 6 in Roberts Creek

Want to go where everyone knows your name? If that name is Judith, Judy or Jude the place to be is the Sunshine Coast’s 22nd annual Judy Dinner at the Sunshine Coast Golf Club in Roberts Creek on Tuesday, May 6 at 5:30 p.m. Advance registration and prepayment required ($25 for buffet includes tip and taxes); ... Read More »

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