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Events on the Sunshine Coast: Sept 26 – Oct 4

Events on the Sunshine Coast: Sept 26 – Oct 4

September 26 Friday Dinner & Live Music with Grant Olsen (6-7:30pm). No cover, tips welcome. Dinner from 6-9pm Roberts Creek Legion.

September 27 Walk-On Dead – Saturday, 9pm Roberts Creek Legion, Walk-on Dead are a rootsrock band doing improv on classic Dead favorites, folk, Americana, danceable! $6 members $12 guests of members

September 27 Keats I. Paddlers Challenge – Sunshine Kayaking sponsored food bank fundraiser – Kayak, paddle board, canoe or outrigger to raise money for Sunshine Coast food banks. Register to paddle as an individual or group. 604- 886-9760 or e-mail info@ sunshinekayaking.com

September 27 Dr.Eric Paetkau, author of “The Doc’s Side – Tales of a Sunshine Coast Doctor”, talks about the six “whys” of his 50 year medical career on the Sunshine Coast 2pm at Chatelech Secondary School, 5904 Cowrie Street, Sechelt

September 27 “BC Schizophrenia Society AGM – Sunshine Coast Branch General Meeting on Saturday 10am to noon at Arrowhead Center, 5638 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt. Special presentation on our at-risk charitable status. All welcome, refreshments served.

September 27 Wanda Nowicki in concert with Ken Dalgleish and Boyd Norman at St. John’s United Church on Saturday, Jazz up your life! 7 pm www.latimerandcompany. com

October 1 to 26 Painters Jennifer Drysdale and Rochelle Nehring at the Doris Crowston Gallery in the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre. Drysdale’s exhibit is entitled “Into The Wilderness” and Nehring’s is entitled “The Good Old Boys”.

October 1 to 26, reception Wed. October 1 from 7 to 9pm, Info: scartscouncil.com.

October 3 Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir Ravens Cry Theatre, Sechelt at 7:30, with Suncoast Phoenix Choir tickets at vwmc.ca or at the door

October 4 Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir, Maderia Park Hall, at 7:30, Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir with Pender Harbour Choir

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