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Coast Events – May 27 to June 4

Coast Events – May 27 to June 4

May 27
Gala opening of four-day exhibit by local photographers, London Drugs, Gibsons, 3-7pm, (Saturday to Monday, 1-5pm)
May 27
Halfmoon Bay performing arts “Song and Dance Concert”, Chatelech Secondary, Sechelt, 6pm, $15, under 12 $10
May 27
Dinner music by Kevin Conroy, Blue Ocean Golf Club Grill, Sechelt, 6pm
May 27
Dinner music with Charlotte Wrinch, Roberts Creek Legion, 6-7:30pm, by donation for musician
May 27
Dinner music with Simon Paradis and Boyd Norman, Old Boot Eatery, Sechelt, 6:30pm
May 27
Artesia coffee house with “North to find Penguins”, Lumiere/Ord Family, Janet Panic, David Kipling and Bigger Bits of String, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 8pm, $10
May 27
Blue Line Trio, Sechelt Legion, 8pm, $25
May 28
Garden work party, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 9am, 604-885-5412
May 28
Roving Artists show and sale, Shirley Macy Park, Gibsons, 1-5pm
May 28
Dinner music with Charlotte Wrinch, Chaster’s Restaurant, Gibsons, 6-9pm, by donation
May 28
Dinner music with Karen Graves and Budge Schachte, Old Boot Eatery, Sechelt, 6:30pm
May 28
House Concert with Bill Coon and Steve Giltrow Jazz Duo, Hopkins Landing location with reservation at sgiltrow@gmail.com, 7pm, $20
May 28
Dance with Jim Taylor, Seniors Activity Centre, Sechelt, 7pm, members $10, others $15
May 28
“In the name of Aloha”, night of music, film and hula with Puna Kalama Dawson, Davis Bay Hall, 7-9pm, sliding scale $15-$20
May 28
Glow in the Dark Party, with djs, fundraiser for Waldorf School, Roberts Creek  Hall, 8pm, advance $20, at the door $25
May 28
Book launch by poet Susan Telfer, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 8pm
May 28
Playback, Sechelt Legion, 8pm, $10
May 28
Chicken Like Birds, Jeevious Family and guests, fundraiser for Fort McMurray, Roberts Creek Legion, by donation, 9pm
May 28
House concert with 15-year-old Jada McKenzie-Moore and dinner, fundraiser to send Jada to “world championships”, Halfmoon Bay, $50, details with reservation at sk@sandykayart.com
May 28-29
Watercolour workshop with Bruce Edwards, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 10am-3pm, $100, 604-885-0531
May 29
Drag races, Sechelt Airport, top of Field Rd., Wilson Creek, 9am, $10
May 29
Mini Maker Faire, Dougall Park, Gibsons Landing, 11am-5pm
May 29
Peter Van Deursen Band, Garden Bay Pub, 2pm
May 30
Start of Bike to Work Week, food and prizes, www.biketowork.ca/sunshine-coast
May 30
“Timeless Treasures”, music by the Coast Chamber Strings and SC Junior Youth Ensemble, Highland Centre, Roberts Creek, 5-6:30pm, by donation
June 1
Kickoff to book tour by camper van by Gibsons writer Mark Cameron, WOW Art Café, Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons, 2pm
June 1
Writers Rebecca Hendry, Janine Alyson-Young and Sadie Johansen read from their entries in the anthology “Boobs: Women Explore What It Means to Have Breasts”, Gibsons Public Library, 6pm, free
June 1
Dinner music with the Organics, Gumboot Restaurant, Roberts Creek, 6pm
June 1
Opening reception for “Refraction: Queer Artists of the Sunshine Coast”, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 7-9pm
June 2
SoundOut vocal improv, spontaneous vocal compositions, Gumboot Cafe, Roberts Creek, 7:30pm, suggested $10 donation
June 3
Opening of three-day Simply Warehouse Art Show, 1877 Field Rd., Wilson Creek, 5-9pm
June 3
Dinner music with Gaetan Bergevin, Blue Ocean Golf Club Grill, 6-9pm
June 3
Dinner music with Dave Philley, Roberts Creek Legion, 6pm, donations to musician
June 3
Wailin’ Walker, Garden Bay Pub, 8pm (Sat. 8pm, Sun. 2pm)
June 3
Opening of three-day Pender Harbour Blues Festival, free-$25,   www.penderharbourbluesfestival.com
June 4
Photographer Craig Cochrane discusses camera function and photography, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 1:30-2:30pm, free
June 4
Opening reception for new exhibition of acrylics by Kim LaFave, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 2-4pm, by donation
June 4
Music Makers spring concert, St. John’s United Church, Davis Bay, 7pm, $15
June 4
Brothers in Farms, Roberts Creek Legion, 9:00pm

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