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Coast events April 12 – 22

Coast events April 12 – 22

April 12

Beer and burger fundraiser for Jack & Jill Preschool, 101 Brewhouse, Gibsons, 6-8pm, $25

April 12

“Death cafe”, for respectful conversation about death, Sechelt Library, 10:30am-noon (and again on April 19)

April 13

Lounge night with Ken Johnson & Nancy Pincombe, Mad Park Bistro, Madeira Park, 5:30-8pm

April 13

Author Pat Ardley reads from “Grizzlies, Gales and Giant Salmon: Life at a Rivers Inlet Fishing Lodge”, Sechelt Library, 7pm

April 13

Cabaret-style coffee house with the Millar-Bowie Band, ladies’ vocal ensemble Reflections, and singer Renee Harper, School of Music, Madeira Park, 7:30-9:30pm, $10 suggested donation

April 13

Stanley Yen of UBC’s TRIUMF speaks to astronomy club on supernova neutrinos, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 7:30pm, donations accepted

April 13

Stereo Steves & Friends, Roberts Creek Legion, 8pm, members $10, guests $15

April 13-14

“Thunderfoot”, one-man play with Aaron Malkin of “James and Jamsey”, Heritage Playhouse, 7:30-9pm, $20 or $25 (to help subsidize another)

April 14

Dr. Eddie Berinstein addresses Flair on the Coast cancer support group on medical assistance in dying, Rockwood Centre, Sechelt, 10am-noon, 604-740-3110

April 14

Repair cafe, Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons, 10am-4pm, by donation

April 14

Garden fest, Gibsons Public Library, 11:30am-1:30pm seed saving workshop with Leonie Croy, 2-4pm master gardeners Pat Kolterman and Mary-Catharine Anderson answer your questions

April 14

Opening reception for exhibition by Kevin McEvoy, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 2-4pm

April 14

Millar-Bowie Band entertain, Gibsons Public Market, 2:30-4:30pm

April 14

Jim Foster, Mad Park Bistro, Madeira Park, 6:30pm

April 14

“Coats of Paint” fashion show and sale, Seniors Centre, Sechelt, 7-9pm, $20

April 14

Half Cut & the Slackers, Gibsons Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

April 14

Modern Terror album release party, with Kownterpoint and Ska, Roberts Creek Legion, 9:30pm, members $8, guests $15

April 15

Native drum-making workshop, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 10am-5:30pm, supplies included, $325 (deerhide), $350 (elkhide), register at spiritednativedrums@gmail.com

April 15

Coast Guitar Group presents classical guitar duo Michael Partington & Marc Teicholz, St. Bartholomew’s Anglican Church, 2pm, $25

April 18

Matinee movie, “Nightingale”, Mandarin with English subtitles, Gibsons Public Library, 4pm, free

April 19

Second  “death cafe”, for respectful conversation about death, Sechelt Library, 10:30am-noon

April 19

SD46’s Got Talent 2, Chatelech Secondary, Sechelt, 6:30pm, by donation

April 19

Poetry evening, with local authors Susan Telfer, John Pass, Dorothy Stott and Philip Jager reading from their own work and that of a favourite poet, Sechelt Library, 7pm

April 20

Ted & Joan Disney perform, Mad Park Bistro, Madeira Park, 6-8:30pm

April 21

4th Annual Mountain Grind, Lions Park – Pender Harbour, 7am-3pm, $99

April 21

Nara Brenchley of the SC Clean Air Society on “better wood burning and alternatives”, Gibsons Public Library, 11am-12:30pm

April 21

Environmental sustainability forum, Gibsons Public Library, 1:30-3:30pm

April 21

Ask a master gardener, Sechelt Library, 2-4pm

April 21

SC Film Society presents
“Call Me By Your Name”,
a gay first-love story,
Raven’s Cry Theatre,
Sechelt, 2pm, members $5, others $9

April 21

Halifax-based singer/songwriter Erin Costelo sings Carole King’s “Tapestry” album, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, 7:30pm, $20

April 21

Bill Coon and Steve Giltrow, Gibsons Public Market, 7:30pm, $20

April 21

Jazz quintet Mimosa in concert, Arts Centre, 8pm, $20

April 21

Martini Madness, Davis Bay Hall, 8-10pm, $10

April 21

Geoff Berner, Roberts Creek Legion, 8pm, members $8, guests $15

April 21

Monty Montego, Gumboot Cafe, Roberts Creek, 8:30pm, $10

April 22

SC Arts Council Sunday
Film Series presents the
documentary “Exit Through the Gift Shop”, Arts Centre, 10:30am, suggested $10
donation

April 22

Earth Day Festival, Roberts Creek pier, noon-5pm

April 22

Van Django, School of Music, Madeira Park, 2pm, $25

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