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Serendipity Christmas Craft Fair

The best little craft fair on the coast, with all proceeds to support the Serendipity Child Development Society and Madeira Park Elementary Parent Advisory Committee.
Featuring twenty-six (or more!) tables of handmade items and delightful goodies by local artisans, as well as a hot soup lunch and homemade treats; photos with Santa by donation; raffle baskets; 50/50 draws and more!
Open from 10 am to 4 pm, Saturday Nov 30 and Sunday December 1st.
Co-sponsored by Serendipity Child Development Society and Madeira Park PAC.
To be a vendor email pdonnahee@yahoo.ca

PR – Connie Kaldor Family Band

a mainstay on the Canadian Folk scene. With a loyal fanbase she continues to tour and write and record. Connie has won 3 Junos, she is the first songwriter to win the Western Literature award and she has been made a member of the Order of Canada. She sings of the prairies, of women, she is irreverent and moving.

Dia de Muertos Celebration (Day of the Dead)

We’re going to show you the “altar” or “Ofrenda” for our deceased loved ones and we’re going to be wearing Catrin@s outfits and you could have an exploration of ancient and contemporary tradition of Mexico’s oldest cultural Celebration 🎊 of live, heritage and Family histories. You are welcome to wearing a costume or painting your face.

This is a Family event and the show start at 18:00 whit our Catrina telling about the meaning of this tradition!!

PR – Mushroom Festival 2019

Wed Oct 30 – Dining with Mushrooms, Brooks Secondary, 6pm, $30, reservations required.

Fri Nov 1 – Mushroom Talks, PR Public Library, 6:30-8:30pm, free.

Sun, Nov 3 – Mushroom Show, Club Bon Accueil, 1-4pm, free, displays, booths, arts/crafts

Haunted House x 2

$2 donation with proceeds go to the food bank. There will be two haunted houses, one for younger kids and one for whoever would like! There will be candy, and games in the foyer. All ages welcome.

Kids Pumpkin Carving

Halloween is almost upon us! Come down to the Farm Saturday Morning with the kids for some Pumpkin Carving! We will have locally grown pumpkins for sale or you can bring your own. Basic Carving supplies will be provided as well as some stencils or your more then welcome to bring your own. Parents your more then welcome to carve a pumpkin or two (or have a beer or two).

PR – Mushroom Walk

Join Ioni Wais in this free seasonal walk exploring everything mushroom. Starting in the library atrium at 11:00 am. Sponsored by MAS and PR United Way.

PR – Frase w/Embody MVMT and TheChad

All ages – early show 7-10pm: 10pm-close 19+ – Thechad. $15 at the door, under 15 free.

FRASE is blurring the lines of contemporary music performance. Beautiful original songs are delivered in a dynamic, up-beat live show.

thechad spins an eclectic mix of funk, hiphop, dancehall glitchhop ,afrobeat and other funky bass heavy beats that are guaranteed to get any dancefloor moving.

Shine! A musical delight

Shine is performing every Friday night all winter long! Come and enjoy our delicious prime rib and the musical talents of Shine!

Fall Faire

The season may be winding down, but an important task still remains: celebrating the bounty of the harvest! The Fall Faire is where food lovers, gardeners, farmers and artisans alike gather together to share the fruits of their labours–often literally!

This event is fun for the whole family. Food, games, pumpkin carving, scarecrow contest and more! Be sure to come out and celebrate the bounty of the fall with One Straw.

Rock Painting Social

Spend some quality time with the kiddos and have lunch with our fantastic new menu while parents relax with a refreshing craft beer. You bring a rock to paint and we’ll provide the rest!
Supplies + lesson are $5 per kid and $10 for a whole family. A casual art class to socialize over. And DEFINITELY don’t have to be a kid to paint some art with friends, everyone welcome!!

PR – 10th Annual Salmon Festival

* Teepee set up, Interactive First nation Workshops (adults and kids) * Kids activities: indigenous story time, face painting, orca bus, pumpkin carving, games, treasure hunt… * Salmon Barbecue and food booth (salmon degustation and dinner plate) * Live Music: Traditional ”Métis” Dance with the group V’ni Dansi  and traditional songs by Isabelle Garceau

Songs from the Bamboo Forest

Bushido is a Japanese Instrumental World Music Duo consisting of a Shakuhachi master and multi-instrumentalist, Alcvin Ryuzen Ramos who is based out of Madeira Park and a Taiko Drummer, percussionist, and Sanshin player, Nori Akagi based out of North Vancouver. With passion and exuberance, Bushido plays new arrangements of traditional Japanese Folk Songs as well as their original compositions which celebrates the spirit of nature and the energy of Life!

Hawaiian Lu’au Dinner Gala

presented by Nikki Weber, doors 5pm, dinner 6pm. Showtime 7:30pm opening with Nikki’s Uke Madness, then featuring Dhyana Bartkow’s traditional Hawaiian Hula dancers, ‘Keia Papa Kaua’. Advance tickets only include dinner and show. (in the Sechelt Legion Hall side)

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