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Coast events May 31 – June 08

Coast events May 31 – June 08

May 31

Raising of rainbow flag at District of Sechelt offices, to usher in “pride month”, 3:30pm

May 31

LGBTQ2 + Allies Youth Group (up to age 24) drug conversation and Naloxone training, Gibsons Public Library, 6-8:30pm

May 31

Pender Harbour Community Choir concert, Botanical Garden, West Sechelt, 7pm, $20, under 12 free

MAY 31

East Coast swing dancing, Davis Bay Hall, 7-9pm, by donation

May 31

Artesia coffee house with Coast String Fiddlers, John “Tenbear” Thompson, Cris and Chris, and Betty Baxter, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 8pm, $10

May 31

Joey Ramone Birthday Bash with Teenage Lobotomy and The Dagger, Roberts Creek Legion, 9pm, members $5, guests $10

May 31-June 2

Dominique’s School of Dance year end recital, Heritage Playhouse, Gibsons, Fri. 6:30pm, Sat. & Sun. 1pm, $17, children $12

June 1

Learn to create abstract art with acrylic paints with Jeanne Krabbendam, The Kube, Gibsons, 9am-6pm, $155, 778-462-2055

June 1

Learn how to use indigo pigment and the Japanese art of Shibori with Amber Friedman, Arts Building, Gibsons, 10am-4pm, $125, artsbuilding.org

June 1

One Straw workshop on building soil, Gibsons, 11am-5:30pm, $77, location on registration, brownpapertickets.com

June 1

Connecting Garden Bay bbq, creating resilient neighbourhoods, Sarah Wray Hall, Irvines Landing, noon-3pm, free, rsvp to connectgardenbay@gmail.com

June 1

Human foosball tournament, fundraiser for Rogue Arts Festival with food, drink and music, Clarke Farm, Tyson Rd., Wilson Creek, 2-7pm, $20 to play, $10 to watch

June 1

SC Pride kick-off, Persephone Brewery, Gibsons, 2-7pm

June 1

Teeny tiny fun fair, gazebo behind the library, Roberts Creek, 2-4pm

June 1

The Remnants entertain, Gibsons Public Market, 2:30-4:30pm

June 1

Charlotte Wrinch entertains, Tapworks, Gibsons, 2:30-4:30

June 1

“War on the shore 6” boxing matches, Gibsons Community Centre, 6pm, $30

June 1

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

June 1

Cycling the Silk Road, slide-show presentation with Brenda Trenholme, fundraiser for Kenya Educational Endowment Fund, Roberts Creek Hall, 7pm, by donation

June 1

Latin Nights dance party, Seniors Activity Centre, Sechelt, 7-11pm, $25 advance, $30 at the door

June 1

Dance with Common Ground, Gibsons Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

June 1

Half Cut and the Slackers, Sechelt Legion, 8pm, members $5, guests $10

June 2

Roberts Creek Hall celebrates 85 years with cake and memories, 11:30 am, group photo at noon

June 2

BC Lieutenant Governor Janet Austin tours Gibsons Public Market, 12:45pm-2:15pm

June 2

Pender Harbour Community Choir concert, School of Music, Madeira Park, 2pm, $20, under 12 free

June 2

Pender Harbour Community Choir concert, School of Music, 2pm, $20, under 12 free

June 2

Royal Canadian Air Cadets 858 Skookumchuk Squadron ceremonial review, all welcome, Elphinstone Secondary, Gibsons, 2-4pm

June 2

Opening reception for LGBTQ2+ group art show, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 2-4pm

June 3

SCRD “water dialogue”, learn and suggest, Sechelt Legion, 4:30-6:30pm

June 4

SCRD “water dialogue”, learn and suggest, Sechelt Legion, 7-9pm

June 5

Registered Holistic Nutritionist Lisa Grant speaks about digestive function, Howe Sound Pharmacy, 2-3pm, admission with food bank item

June 5

Book launch of “Triumph: A Journey of Healing from Incest” by Trysh Ashby-Rolls, Gibsons Public Library, 6-7:30pm

June 5

SCRD “water dialogue”, learn and suggest,  Gibsons Legion, 7-9pm

June 5

Improv night, 101 Brewhouse, Gibsons, 8pm

June 6

The Locals, Tapworks, Gibsons, 2pm

June 7

Fountain of Uke, group ukulele playing, Seniors Centre, Sechelt, 11:10am-12:30pm, $3

June 7

Opening reception for exhibit by Susan Patterson, The Kube, Gibsons, 6-9pm

June 7-8

Group show by “St. John’s artists”, St. John’s United Church, Davis Bay, 10am-5pm, reception Fri. 4-7pm

June 7-9

16th annual Pender Harbour Blues Festival, various venues, www.phblues.ca

June 8

Egmont Day, with parade, petting zoo and fishing derby, Egmont Field, 9am-5pm

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