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Coast events March 29 -April 7

March 29 Spoken word open mic and performance by Lucia Misch, Gibsons Library, 7-8:30pm March 30 First Roberts Creek pathway and gardens work party of the season, 9am, RC Library, bring gloves March 30 Jazzy guitar with Budge Schachte, The Old Boot Eatery, Sechelt, 6-9pm March 30 Sound Journey with didjeridu and crystal bowls, Yoga ... Read More »

‘Slice of Life’ features work of 15 artists

The exhibition is called “Slice of Life”, opening April 4 at the Arts Centre in Sechelt, with work done in the Tuesday “Life Drawing” Group. There are 15 artists represented, with work in pencil, pen, conte, charcoal and on iPad. Rather than being polished for exhibition, these drawings are the first take from the Tuesday ... Read More »

Heofon plays RC Hall this weekend

Local artist Simon Haiduk loves to share art and music. On March 31, he’ll bring those two aspects of his creativity together at an all-ages event at the Roberts Creek Legion. Mycelia Luna will feature the artwork of 12 visual artists and music from three performers, including Haiduk’s band, Heofon. “I’ve been curating art shows ... Read More »

Artesia Coffee House offers a Good Friday evening’s entertainment

The monthly Artesia coffee house will be held on a very Good Friday evening, March 30, at the Arts Centre in Sechelt. The evening will open with young singer, songwriter Ashley Hautala followed by the Pender Harbour duo of Ken Johnson on grand piano and Nancy Pincombe, vocals. After the break, author, Anne Simonet will ... Read More »

From Pender to Patagonia and back

Ever wondered about Patagonia’s rugged coastline and Antarctica’s timeless mystique? On March 27, one week later than usual, the Pender Harbour Wildlife Society presents Alexis Harrington’s Patgonia & Antarctica, directly beside the Pender Harbour Secondary School at Christ the Redeemer Church (13625 Sunshine Coast Hwy). Alexis will take us on a voyage to the end ... Read More »

Gibsons clown wins international award

Gibsons resident Errol Lipschitz recently spent five days with 250 other clowns at the World Clown Association’s convention in Minnesota, where he won third place in the “comedy whiteface” category. Lipschitz trained as an accountant and spent his working life as a marketing officer for a business college. He started clowning with the Shriners in ... Read More »

Book launch: ‘Why Indigenous Literatures Matter’

The Gibsons Public Library invites all to join us March 24 at 2pm for the launch of “Why Indigenous Literatures Matter,” the new book from one of Canada’s foremost experts on Indigenous literature. Daniel Heath Justice, who lives in Halfmoon Bay, is the former chair of the First Nations and Indigenous Studies department at UBC. ... Read More »

Coast events March 23 – 30

March 23 Make an art book, for kids aged 5-8, Gibsons Library, 1-3pm March 23 Benefit concert and pot luck for Terry Aleck and Christine Turenne, Roberts Creek Hall, 4pm, donation at the door March 23 Joe Stanton, The Old Boot Eatery, Sechelt, 6-9pm March 23 Nir Blu on the piano, with guest Jess Hart, ... Read More »

Deanna Knight and The Hot Club of Mars play Gibsons Legion

Deanna Knight has only been an official Coaster since September of 2017 but the singer, songwriter, performance artist and event planner is making her presence felt. She is the producer of the Double Bill Salon series, having already hosted events with Oliver Swain and Chris Ronald, and on March 24, Deanna Knight and The Hot ... Read More »

How to Produce a Recording workshop Sunday

The third in the Sunshine Coast Arts Council’s The Business of Art series, “How to Produce a Recording”, takes place Sunday, March 25, 10am-1pm at the Arts Centre in Sechelt. David j Taylor, award winning music producer will present information on recording and producing a song/album. David will bring examples of work in progress; discuss ... Read More »

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