Aug 8-9. The sunshine coast is a short (and scenic!) ferry ride from Vancouver. Our first day’s ride will begin from Halfmoon Bay, only 45 minutes north of the Langdale ferry terminal;utilizing a combination of existing trail systems, deactivated forestry roads and single track trail, our route will take us (35 km-elevation gain of 700m) to Porpoise Bay. There will be festivities and overnight stay at Porpoise Bay Park (camping facilities only). Sunday, the ride will continue south out of Porpoise Bay (45 km -elevation gain is 1300 m) across Mt. Elphinstone, to Langdale and a finish-line celebration.
Early Bird deadline April 30, 2020. Dream of selling your wares this summer at the Hackett Park Arts & Craft Fair, August 15th & 16, 2020. The Fair has close to 5,000 people attending each year and is highly popular, drawing visitor and vendors from all over British Columbia.
For more information and to fill in an application form online, go to https://sunshinecoastartscouncil.com/hackett-park-2020/
In order to ensure you get the spot you want, apply early before the Early Bird deadline of April 30, 2020.
April 1 – 4th. world-class performances with 10 ticketed events taking place throughout Powell River’s national historic district. Intimate venues will play host to a variety of jazz flavours
Part of the Powell River Film Festival’s Youth Festival, this weekend camp is specifically designed for young filmmakers. During the day, participants attend seminars by a diverse group of filmmakers and hands-on video production workshops in small crews. In the evenings, students enjoy youth-oriented films and engaging Q&As. Accommodation is available at a local hotel with meals and full supervision provided.
Fast paced and fun, participants leave the camp with the full experience of video production, including teamwork and troubleshooting, and have a short film for their demo reel.