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Coast events July 12 – 22

Coast events July 12 – 22

July 12

Powell River author/artist Liliana Kleiner reads from her book “The Song of Inanna” exploring the sacred feminine, Sechelt Library, 7-8pm

July 13

Music in the Landing presents Deanna Knight Trio, gazebo on the wharf, Gibsons, 7-8pm, free

July 13

Pender Harbour coffee house with Ashley Hautala, Robin Atchison & Nelson Giles, David J Taylor and Tamara Goble, School of Music, Madeira Park, 7:30-9:30pm, suggested $10 donation

July 13

Grrl, Roberts Creek Legion, 8pm, members $8, guests $15

July 14

Historical walking tour of lower Gibsons with Dale Peterson, leaves Pioneer Park 10am, by donation

July 14

Davis Bay sandcastle competition, presented by SC Lions Club, 10:30am-2:30pm, $10 per group, free to watch

July 14

Music in the Landing presents Bonar and Ted, Pioneer Square, Gibsons, 11am-1pm, free

July 14

Sechelt Summer Music presents VonReason (noon) and Early Spirit (1pm), library lawn, free

July 14

Powell River writer Liliana Kleiner reads from her book “The Song of Inanna” exploring the sacred feminine, Gibsons Public Library, 1:30-3pm, free

July 14

Opening reception for exhibition by Erwin Diener and Ines Tancré, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 2-4pm

July 14

Simon Paradis, Gibsons Public Market, 2:30-4:30pm

July 14

Simon Paradis, Backeddy Pub, Egmont, 6:30pm

July 14

Music in the Landing presents the Burying Ground and Champagne Cowboys, Winegarden Park, Gibsons, 6:30-8:45pm, free

July 14

Summer Selection, Roberts Creek Legion, 9pm, members $5, guests $10

July 15

Historical walking tour of lower Gibsons with Dale Peterson, leaves Pioneer Park 10am, by donation

July 15

Music in the Landing presents Pop Wisdom with David King, Sundial stage, Gibsons, 11am-1pm, free

July 15

Slow Sundays in the Creek presents singer songwriter Jalayna Murdock (1:15pm) and “Whiskey Business” ukulele duo (2pm), behind the library, Roberts Creek, noon-4pm

July 15

Jim Foster, Lighthouse Pub, Sechelt, 5pm

July 16-18

Children’s summer art and conservation workshop for ages 9-12, Arts Centre, Sechelt, $75, register at 604-885-5412

July 18

White gala garden party with dinner and auction, SC Botanical Garden, West Sechelt, 6pm, $130 ($50 tax receipt available)

July 18

Wellness Wednesdays presents yoga for ages 12-22 with Siobhan Smith, Gibsons Public Library, 6-7:30pm, free

July 19

Dice & Dragons drop-in, for grades 5-12 interested in fantasy games, Gibsons Public Library, 1-4pm

July 19

The Brothers, 101 Brewhouse, Gibsons, 8:30pm

July 20

Music in the Landing presents Keely Halward, gazebo on government wharf, Gibsons, 7-8pm, free

July 20

Zonolite, Lighthouse Pub, Sechelt, 9pm

July 21

Historical walking tour of lower Gibsons with Dale Peterson, leaves Pioneer Park 10am, by donation

July 21

Repair cafe, Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt, 10am-4pm

July 21

Music in the Landing presents Chris Kelly and Nicole Gibson, Pioneer Square, Gibsons 11am-1pm, free

July 21

Sechelt Summer Music presents Shine with Ken Johnson and Nancy Pincombe (noon) and The Van Aldens (1pm), library lawn, free

July 21

Peanut Butter Jam with Slightly Twisted and guests, fundraiser for the food bank, Henderson Beach, Roberts Creek, 1pm, cash and peanut butter donations accepted

June 21

Music with Susan Ssun, Taryn Laronge, Bre McDaniel and Katherine Penfold, Ruby Lake Resort amphitheatre, 1-5pm, $25, under 11 free

July 21

Meet the artist Erwin Diener (and the SC Astronomy Club), Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 1-4pm

July 21

Blue Line Duo, The Old Boot Eatery, Sechelt, 6:30-9pm

July 21

Nearly Neil and the Solitary Band, presented by Sea Cavalcade, Winegarden Park, Gibsons, 6:30pm, $15, couple $25, under 13 free

July 21

Greg Willy, Backeddy Pub, Egmont, 6:30pm

July 21

A series of short theatrical pieces written by John McGie, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 7pm, $15

July 21

Lorne Jones Band, Gibsons Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

July 22

Historical walking tour of lower Gibsons with Dale Peterson, leaves Pioneer Park 10am, by donation

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