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Sister Grimm and the one-man puppet show

Kris Fleerackers is pleased to present “Little Sister Grimm,” a puppet production for all ages, at the Gibsons Public Art Gallery on Aug. 24. In a fun, poetic production that changes the way we see the classic fairy tales, the brothers Grimm and their little sister come to life as puppets to tackle the problem ... Read More »

Coming up on the mainstage at Rogue Fest

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Coast events Aug 15 – 24

Thursday, August 15 Free preview of SC ElderCollege fall courses, Capilano University, Sechelt, 10-11:30am RCMP community appreciation BBQ with hot dogs, cake and kid’s activities, behind the RCMP detachment, Sechelt, noon-3pm Talk and treats with BC Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver and MLA Sonja Furstenau, Mission Point House, Davis Bay, 7-9pm Thursday, Aug. 15 – ... Read More »

Photo: Slow Sundays in the Creek

Simon Paradis, left, with drummer Jay Johnson and bass Boyd Norman played Slow Sundays in Roberts Creek Aug. 11. Paradis will appear Saturday Aug. 24 at the summer music series behind the Sechelt library.  And Slow Sundays on Aug. 18 will feature G Willy and Hordes of Ords. John Gibbs photo Read More »

Photo: Nearly Neil in Winegarden Park

Bobby Bruce performed his Nearly Neil “Sea Cavalcade thank you concert” Sunday evening, Aug. 11 in Winegarden Park in Gibsons.  Andrea Coates photo Read More »

Getting in The Mix

The Mix visual art show, featuring Charly Mithrush, Lore Schmidts and Donna Stewart, takes place August 16-18 at the Seaside Centre in Sechelt. Art lovers will know that Power of Paint usually takes place during the mid-August weekend, but with PoP taking a break from exhibiting, the three artists of The Mix felt stepping into ... Read More »

Arts outdoors at Rogue Fest

Rogue Fest is a three-day outdoor festival where you can immerse yourself in non-stop, genre-crossing music, art, and more.  Discover your new favourite band, find inspiration in the Rogue Art Gallery, learn cool new things at rural-living focused workshops, all while checking out funky vendors, interactive installations, our super one-of-a-kind Human Foosball, creative demonstrations, and ... Read More »

Mixed media Indigenous art at the Gibsons Public Art Gallery

Sinàmkin (Jody Broomfield) poses beside his Thunderbird sculpture, which is installed at the Fairmont Chateau in Whistler. His exhibition at the Gibsons Public Art Gallery, Aug. 15-Sept. 8, will include a mix of mediums, such as hand-carved red cedar wood, sculpted metal, graphic prints and paintings. The opening reception is Aug. 17, 2-4pm. Photo submitted Read More »

Concerts for the forest

The Living Forest Institute is campaigning to save the “Clack Creek Forest” in Roberts Creek from logging by holding events there at 1pm each Sunday during the summer.  Here, Arias Boon held an open-air concert in July.  On Aug. 11, Ross Muirhead will lead a plant and animal identification walk, and on Aug. 18 Karen ... Read More »

Hackett Park craft fair

The 32nd annual Hackett Park Arts & Crafts Fair will take place on Saturday, Aug. 17 and Sunday, Aug. 18. This juried fair offers the best works of BC artisans who look forward to the fair every year. Live music serves as a backdrop, face painting entertains the children and an assortment of food is ... Read More »

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