Potlatch 67-67: The Potlatch Ban -Then and Now is a multi artist exhibit that examines the impact of the attempted cultural genocide through the Potlatch ban and the resilience of First Nation people.
The Potters Place Gallery September Feature artist is Laurie Davis. The Gallery is also showcasing the work of husband and wife artists Louis Card and Craig Rogers.
Everyone is welcome to the book reading of Welcome Friends and Family to Our Bighouse with Northwest Coast First Nation author Nella Nelson. During the book reading Kumugwe Dancers will be performing.
Come for the freshness, stay for the fun!
COURTENAY LITTLE THEATRE MOVING SALE
MARS Open House! Enjoyment for all ages. Come out and say hello. See what we are all about. Something of interest for everyone. See you there.
The five-part lecture series begins this month, connecting locals with acclaimed artists.
IMPROV COMEDY THEATRE: Two teams of improvisors face off in a battle for comedic dominance where only one can prevail.
Maple Bay Painters, is hosting its' annual Art Show at St. Peter's Church Hall, 5800 Church Road, Duncan, September 28 and 29, from 10:am - 5:00 pm. To celebrate 50 years, a reception will be held
The Potters Place Gallery October feature "Off the Wall" - An Exhibition of Drinking Vessels.
Raven Artisan Market in the heart of Cumberland! A curated monthly market showcasing some of the North Island's most talented Artists, Makers and Musicians. Bring the family to this beautiful event!
40 years ago a mysterious acoustic guitarist appeared from nowhere, conquered the music industry, and vanished without a trace…until now.
Celebrating 200 years, Shelley’s original gothic novel meets Coralli and Perrot’s timeless ballet Giselle in an alchemy only artistic director Paul Destrooper dares bring to the stage.
Join us for a retrospective variety show celebrating three decades of friendship, fun, and community theatre. Admission by donation to our bursary fund.
Please join us as we close out our 30th year with the timeless classic Annie!