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Coast events Mar 12 – 18

Coast events Mar 12 – 18

Thursday, March 12

SC Film Society presents Best Picture Oscar winner “Parasite”, an impoverished Korean family insinuates themselves into a wealthy family, Raven’s Cry Theatre, Sechelt, 2pm 

Dinner music with Bonar, Entre Deux Mers Bistro, Sechelt, 5-8pm

Opening reception for exhibit of “sustainable goods”, redecor + design, Sechelt, 5-8pm

Presentation on syiyaya Reconciliation Movement, with “world cafe” discussion, Gibsons Public Library, 6:30-9pm, rsvp to scsyiyaya@gmail.com

Friday, March 13

Burger and beer fundraiser for local scouts, with kid’s option, music by Jim Taylor, Roberts Creek Legion, 5-9pm

SC astronomy club presents UBC astronomy professor Harvey Richer on being an observational astronomer, Sechelt Public Library, 7pm

Coffee House with singers David Jones, Michelle Morand and Lori Carmichael, and the Lynne Urquhart Band, School of Music, Madeira Park, 7:30-9:30pm

Dance with DJ Teflo, 101 Brewhouse, Gibsons, 8-11:30pm

Saturday, March 14

Seedy Saturday, speakers, workshops and vendors, Roberts Creek Community School (9:30am-3pm) and RC Masonic Hall (10am-4pm) with gardening books for sale at the RC Library (9:30am-2pm), onestraw.ca

Flair on the Coast cancer support group is addressed by ophthalmologist Dr. Philip Kraukamp, Rockwood Centre, Sechelt, 10am-noon

50th anniversary one-day sale, Coast Raven Design Studio, Davis Bay, 10am-5pm

Free seminar on taxes in retirement, Capilano University, Sechelt, 10:30am-noon or 1:30-3pm,

Repair Cafe, Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons, 11am-4pm

St. Paddy’s bash with Irish pub menu (12:30-5pm), Grant Olsen (2:30pm), Nick Farrer (7pm) and DJ Cronneloctopus (9pm), Leo’s Tapas and Grill, Gibsons

Opening reception for Young People’s Art Show, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 2-4pm

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

Launch party for addition of vintage apparel sales, The Kube, Gibsons, 6-9pm

Joel Fafard live, the Roberts Creek singer in the midst of an international tour, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, 8pm

Dance with DJ Techno Artist Akhentek, Gibsons Legion, 8pm

Comedy show with Ed Hill, 101 Brewhouse, Gibsons, 8pm

Mud Bay Band, Roberts Creek Legion, 8:30pm

Sunday, March 15

Travel sketching class with Hiroshi Shimazaki, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 9am-4pm, register at 604-886-0531

Sunday Film Series presents “The Price of Everything” about the art world, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 10:30am, 604-885-5412

Off the Page playreading presents “How Things Have Changed”, set in Gibsonsfive years in the future, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, 1-3pm

Opening reception for exhibit by Iranian artist Mehran Modarres Sadeghi, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 2-4pm

Sunday blues jam hosted by Simon Paradis, with Walter Martella, Clubhouse Restaurant at Pender Harbour Golf Club, 2-6pm, by donation

Vespersong sings Choral Evensong, St. Hilda’s Anglican Church, Sechelt, 5pm

Bob Ross (video) painting party, with in-house help from Alex Wenztel, 101 Brewhouse, Gibsons, 7pm

Monday, Mar. 16 – Tuesday, Mar. 17

SC Film Society presents Best Picture Oscar winner “Parasite”, an impoverished Korean family insinuates themselves into a wealthy family, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, 7:30pm 

Tuesday, March 17

St. Patrick’s Day celebration with Skinny Jimmy and the Houndog Barker, Pender Harbour Legion, 11am-8pm

Lunch and learn with Jessica Hugh of Catalyst Marketing on using social media, presented by Gibsons Chamber of Commerce, Sunnycrest
Mall, Gibsons, 11:30am-1pm

Official launch of solar panel array, Seniors Activity Centre, Sechelt, 1:30pm

Andrew Teal, who helped clean up after the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska, will talk about spill response readiness to the Pender Harbour Wildlife Society, Christ the Redeemer Church, Madeira Park, 7pm

Wednesday, March 18

“Marine detective” Jackie Hildering, of the Marine Education and Research Society, talk on oceans, sponsored by the Sonntag marine centre, Gibsons Public Market, 7pm

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