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The buzz is on in Roberts Creek

It has been a busy time in Roberts Creek over the last few weeks with Spring finally in the air. Flowers are blooming, and there is a steady buzz of activity with people walking around town and enjoying some time back at the beach. The Roberts Creek Community Hall housed the popular Seedy Saturday event ... Read More »

My Father’s Story

Dagmar Kaffanke-Numm, waltzes with fellow cast member Ed White, in preparation for the upcoming performance, presented by the Chair Actors. My Father’s Story will be held at the Sechelt Seniors Activity Centre on Sunday, March 24 at 3pm. The Chair Actors present My Father’s Story, a staged reading at the Sechelt Activity Centre, on Sunday, ... Read More »

Deanna Cartea kicks off tour

Deanna Cartea will set off on a cross-country tour with her band ‘The Deanna Cartea Band’ enroute to a showcase performance at Canadian Music Week in Toronto this March. The tour kickoff party will be at Boomer’s Cafe located at the Sunnycrest Mall in Gibsons on Saturday, March 2 with music starting at 8:00 pm. ... Read More »

Record level BC Arts Council budget for 2013/2014

Last month, Community, Sport and Cultural Development Minister Bill Bennett announced that the BC Arts Council (BCAC) will receive a budget of $24 million in 2013-14. This represents the highest level of funding in BCAC history. The funding includes $5.25 million for BC Creative Futures, a recently announced three-part strategy to support sustainable, long-term success ... Read More »

Play Day kicks off

The Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives presents its annual Heritage Play Day Event on Saturday February 16 from 12pm to 3pm This year, they are opening the doors to the museum for an afternoon of good, old fashioned fun and games. Being the Year of the Snake, they will have a ‘Snakes and Ladders’ tournament, along with other ... Read More »

Smitty’s Oyster House on TV

Food Network Canada is back with it’s second serving of one man’s hilarious quest to find Canada’s most delicious, mouthwatering, over-the-top, must-try food. In the new season of the Canadian series You Gotta Eat Here!, funny man John Catucci (@JohnCatucci) continues his road trip, crisscrossing the country and exploring new locations like Whitehorse in the ... Read More »

Hooray for Hollywood!

The nominees have been announced and the speculation has begun – who will be awarded the coveted awards from the Academy this year? To help you get in the mood for the occasion, your Coast Symphony Orchestra is presenting a wonderful light-classics concert of music that has been made popular through the magic of the ... Read More »

Lace and leather up’ for this Valentine’s soiree

Mimosa and The Colorifics are set to perform this Saturday, February 16 at 7pm. Lace and leather up for this sexy evening of scintillating and sizzling tunes. Mimosa’s performances offer gorgeous melodies, quirky lyrics, incredible groove and sky-high improvisations. The Vancouver quintet draws on jazz, Brazilian Sambas, French 60s pop and cabaret music to concoct ... Read More »

Friends of The Gallery

Friends of The Gallery: The reception for the annual Friends of the Gallery Exhibition presented by the Sunshine Coast Arts Council was held last Wednesday January 9 in the Doris Crowston Gallery of the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in Sechelt. Arts Council members were asked to present one piece of art work each created during ... Read More »

Robotic Horse Mechanical Sun debut

Robotic Horse Mechanical Sun is a Canadiana folksy group that is fun for the whole family. (L to R) Jeff Doran, Jamie Swann, Brenny Fitzsimmons, Jason Lambing, and Andrew Bate. Roberts Creek has once again sprouted another group of talented local musicians, this time in the form of Robotic Horse Mechanical Sun. Made up of ... Read More »

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