Breaking News

Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Feed Subscription

Coast events November 23 – 28

November 23 “Hidden Homelessness”, SC Community Services meeting to discuss survey on women 50+, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 8:30-noon, 604-885-5881 November 23 Beer and burger fundraiser for L’Ecole du Pacifique, Lighthouse Pub, Sechelt, 4-9pm, $25 November 23 SCRD information meeting on affordable housing and short-term rentals, Gibsons Community Centre, short presentations at 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm November ... Read More »

Coco’s vocal stylings on full display this weekend

Coco Love Alcorn loves to sing. “My whole career I’ve explored a lot of genres,” she says. “Folk, jazz, soul, R&B, pop, hip hop. For years I’ve been trying to figure out how to bring in all of those things that I love about so many different genres and find a musical home for myself.” ... Read More »

Scrooge and the gang return

A Dickens Christmas is back at the Sechelt Library, a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. Last year was such a great success we are hosting two performances of “A Dickens Christmas”, including a reading of “A Christmas Carol” by local actor Richard Austin. Enjoy the enchanting music from three talented harp musicians, ... Read More »

Edgy exhibition at Gibsons library

“Heart Full” is a celebration of a creative life well lived, a new exhibition of the last remaining works of ceramic artist Susanne Biden, a former Sunshine Coast resident, at the Gibsons Public Library. “In my work,” says Biden, “I am drawn again and again to the edge between seductive beauty and images that are ... Read More »

Blues dance party at Gibsons Legion Saturday

Maple Blues Award nominee Mark Crissinger hosts a blues dance party 8pm, Friday, Nov. 24 at the Gibsons Legion with a full band, including Peter Van Deursen on keys and Tim Rannard on drums. “It’s very exciting to be back on the Coast,” says Crissinger. “I’m sure there will be a few surprise guest musicians ... Read More »

Smiles for The Nutcracker

It’s all smiles as a cheque for $12,266 is presented to the Coasting Along Theatre Society, representing the proceeds from the sale of “Smile Cookies” produced by Tim Hortons in Gibsons. From the left, manager Michelle Gildersleeve, owner Klaus Fuerniss, Kathleen Holmes, artistic director the society, and Halle Holmes. The society’s annual production of the ... Read More »

Coast events November 16 – 25

November 16 Customer appreciation night with appies and sales, Molly’s Seaside Market, Gibsons 4-8pm November 16 Sechelt parks master plan open house, Seaside Centre, Sechelt, 5-8pm November 16 Community meeting with Telus, Egmont Community Hall, 5pm November 16 Creative in the Creek hosted by Jess Stevens Whale, featuring Jocelyn Eyre, Sean Eyre and Christian Prkratic; ... Read More »

A visual art collaboration at GPAG

In Wait, a visual art collaboration by Vancouver-based Full Circle Collective, runs at the Gibsons Public Art Gallery until Nov. 26. The seven members of the collective—Julie McIntyre, Wendy Morosoff Smith, Heather Aston, Hannamari Jalovaara, Jocelyn Barrable Segal, Milos Jones, and Rina Pita—based their work on the myth of Penelope who waited 20 years for ... Read More »

Music Society celebrates 30 years

On Nov. 12, the Pender Harbour Music Society celebrated their 30th Anniversary year with a reception and concert by cellist Paul Marleyn and pianist Mauro Bertoli. The hard work of many volunteers over three decades has put Pender Harbour on the musical map. Among the Society’s accomplishments: transforming a former Ministry of Forests garage into ... Read More »

Stories: What happens on the road doesn’t stay on the road…

The Sechelt Library hosts an afternoon of stories and song with award-winning author and CBC broadcaster Grant Lawrence on Saturday, Nov. 18 at 3pm. Lawrence, author of the BC bestseller “Adventures in Solitude”, brings his new rock ‘n’ roll memoir “Dirty Windshields: The Best and the Worst of the Smugglers Tour Diaries” (Douglas & McIntyre, ... Read More »

Scroll To Top