Art Exhibition with local artists: Paul Jorgensen, Lynda Hyndman, Grant Leier, Nixie Barton and Gerda Hofman
Kids clothing and toy sale. Get a table or shop this event.
Marianne Nicolson April 21 - July 2, 2017 Join us for the opening reception, Thursday, April 20 at 7 pm Artist Talk with Marianne Nicolson, Saturday, April 22 at 2 pm
The Federation of British Columbia Writers is hosting a four-day spring festival in Nanaimo April 27-30 that will bring Giller Prize nominees and top BC writing talent to the city.
Toronto, Mississippi was written and is set in 1987, and revolves around Jhanna, a funny, passionate, and often exasperating 18 year old, who also happens to be mentally challenged.
Come and make your own unique painted glass mug, wine glass or vase. All supplies are included and all ages are welcome.
Rotary Club of Nanaimo annual Spring Used Book Sale.
Stress, constant worry, depression, isolation, fear, chronic pain, chronic illness, and relationship troubles can be ameliorated through mindfulness.
Record dealers from around Vancouver Island converge in Nanaimo! Thousands of LP', posters and more!
In this 3 hour workshop you’ll learn the essentials of frame-loom weaving. Along with instruction there will be plenty of time to begin (and maybe even finish!) your very first woven wall hanging.
A film featuring women tackling the issue of climate justice with a focus on the Canadian Tar Sands. Audience discussion follows film.
Ever wanted to learn how to make delicious Brie at home? This course explores more advanced cheese making methods. Ingredients, instructions, lunch, wine and your own wheel of Brie are included.<
Learn the basics of hand drumming in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. All levels welcome.
Meets the first Thursday of The month 7 to 10 pm- current venue - Thompson Park Social Centre, 10 Buttertibs Drive, Nanaimo
Fiddelium will surprise you, thrill you, and take you on an exciting journey through an all-but-forgotten genre of music.
This is the story of the Grant siblings, who journey from Vancouver to China to rediscover their father’s roots and better understand his fractured relationship with their Musqueam mother.
The Father is a poignant and funny play about the effects of Alzheimers told through the eyes of the patient!
Make your own creative and colorful beaded spider necklace. Choose from a variety bead colors and sizes as well as many necklace materials. All supplies are included and all ages are welcome.