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Green Man to face Dragons in Toronto

Local actor, John Conway is off to Toronto as The Green Man. He has been performing for more than five years as The Green Man at festivals and events across BC. Recently, he was accepted to present his project on Dragons Den. He will meet the Dragons on April 27 in Toronto. He will be ... Read More »

Poetry goes Swish

Poetry is as old as the sea and the notion of beauty itself. Long before mobile chit-chat, poetry was the way we shared edgy stories and more profound understanding; just ask Shakespeare. It’s still a way of measuring our epiphanies and our rites of passage. To celebrate National Poetry Month three BC poets will read ... Read More »

Light the FUSE

FUSE Community Work Hub provides the space, the services and the programming necessary for a diverse group of artists and entrepreneurs to flourish and thrive. FUSE threw its opening launch party on Saturday, April 6 for over 60 energized attendees. Led by Deer Crossing The Art Farm in partnership with the Sunshine Coast Credit Union ... Read More »

Spoken word on Saturday night

Youth of the Sunshine Coast, come out for an evening of spoken word and fun. Share your dreams and aspirations with friends and family in a performance that is five minutes or less. Where do you see yourself and the world in the future? Who do you dream of becoming? Come share these insights and ... Read More »

Better late than never

How old are we vs how old do we feel? That’s the basis of the new film Late Bloomers, with Isabella Rossellini and William Hurt. A little uneven in the beginning, it will soon draw you in to the lives of a couple turning 60 in London. Hurt is an energetic architect who wants to ... Read More »

What is killing BC’s wild salmon?

Sustainable Coast magazine will host a special showing of Salmon Confidential on Wednesday, April 3 at 7:30pm at the Gibsons Heritage Playhouse. Salmon Confidential is a new documentary film on what is killing BC’s wild salmon. There will be a discussion after the film with the filmmaker Twyla Roschovitch and a panel of local fishermen ... Read More »

Art, cuisine and boutique stores are alive in Sechelt

There are a host of other fitness centres and personal trainers available to help get you in the shape you want. As Sechelt grows and becomes a more vibrant little town, it’s not only adding more infrastructure, but is also welcoming new boutique stores, fitness establishments and interior design shops. It’s clear that this contemporary ... Read More »

Here and Now: Contemporary Art on the Sunshine Coast

Artists from Langdale to Earls Cove are invited to send in a request for a studio visit, along with a brief artist’s statement and images of their work. As part of the Sechelt Arts Festival’s 10th Anniversary celebrations, October 17 to 27, 2013, a new direction for the visual art show will be presented in ... Read More »

Illuminate your Issue and engage your community

How to Mount a ‘Small Scale’ Film Festival Have you ever wanted to host a film screening in your community to showcase movies that you are passionate about? Are you looking for a new way to engage the community with an event that is both entertaining and thought-provoking? In this workshop, April Struthers of Alofli ... Read More »

Learn the skills of cedar weaving

Back by popular demand, the Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives celebrates the traditions of the Coast Salish people with a cedar hat weaving workshop, facilitated by Jessica Casey. Jessica is a self-taught weaver of Coast Salish and Portuguese decent. She was born and raised in Egmont, BC, but currently resides in Sechelt. Combining traditional Coast ... Read More »

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