May 2-9. We’ve gone virtual! Participate from anywhere, anytime! Join as a team for your family, workplace, or social group, or join as an individual and raise money to help support Powell River Hospice Society’s fundraising efforts! This is a fun activity for adults and children alike! To learn more, check out our fundraising page, and sign up or make a donation today! PRHS provides service to Powell River and the qathet Regional District, including Tla’amin First Nation and Texada Island. Learn more and donate at https://www.canadahelps.org/…/powell…/p2p/prhike2021/
Meeting ID: 826 2805 4082 Passcode: 697849
Saturdays to April 17. Find fresh, seasonal produce, baking and prepared foods along with hand crafted items from local artisans. Rain or shine.
Thursdays to Apr 22. A virtual writing workshop with handouts, conversation, digital resources and writing exercises. Megan Cole will introduce writers to the world of creative nonfiction. Participants will learn about the various forms of the genre, structure, voice and writing true stories.
Registration is required. For more info or to register contact Mark Merlino at email@example.com
More info about Megan Cole –megancolewriter.com
Deadline April 15, 2021. This is a call for INTEREST for local coastal LGBTQ2+ artists to participate in the 2021 What the Plus + Exhibition in Powell River, BC. This year’s theme is “Creative Self-Portrait” Free to submit your interest at www.whattheplus.wordpress.com – Seeking 6-10 or so dedicated artists working in any medium to present up to 3 works each in July/August 2021 in Powell River, BC. see details on site and email firstname.lastname@example.org
Now open year round! Sunday Indoors until spring (April 18). Please wear a mask.
Join us to commemorate the dates of TJF 2021 – the festival that never got to be. (Don’t worry, though. We’re coming back next year: April 7-9, 2022, bigger and better than ever!)
Presenting ‘The Jesse Peters Music’ If the name sounds familiar, it’s because Jesse has performed in Powell River before. This time, however, he’ll be coming to us solo via livestream from his garage in Southern Alberta, spinning a magical blend of powerful vocals, incisive rhymes and piano prowess. And it’s free! Don’t miss it.
Find links here
Ron’s latest virtual show of old-time Blues, Jazz and originals. With vocals, piano, guitar, harmonica and whatever else is laying around Ron’s studio!
Theme for this Apr 7th Virtual Concert, 6:30 pm Pacific time; Blues laughter and fun.
Here’s the link: (will work even if you don’t have a facebook account): http://facebook.com/roncampbellmusic/live/
Drew Blaney will discuss traditional Tla’amin songs, as well as the remarkable story of the rediscovery of an old archival audio recording. To Register for this virtual event, email: email@example.com
‘In Honour of Women’. Hosted by Cran Hall PREZ, Annabelle Tully-Barr, we aim to present a diverse and wide range of music, stories, spoken word, readings or any other art form that emerges, honouring WOMEN. All ages welcome.
Join us on zoom here.
Mar 5 – Apr 10. Thur-Fri-Sat 5-9pm; Sun noon-5pm. The light is returning. Featuring Theo Angell, Don Bowes, Carsten Huber, Robert Mackle, Feather Mills, David Molyneaux.
Monday through Friday March 22-26 on Zoom. A Kids Camp (ages 8-10) will run from 10am-11am. A Tween and Teen Camp (ages 11+) will run from 1pm-3pmRegistration is required and space is limited. Registrants will be invited to pick up a package of Comic Camp supplies at the library service desk March 15-21.
Cole Pauls is a Tahltan comic artist, illustrator and printmaker hailing from Haines Junction (Yukon Territory) with a BFA in Illustration from Emily Carr University. Residing in Vancouver.
To register, fill out our ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM
For more information contact Sonia Zagwyn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-485-4796 ext. 212
All you need is an internet connection, a computer with a built-in (or external) microphone and web camera. Anyone not familiar with setting up Zoom for live music performance can contact Pat Buckna here to arrange a quick technical orientation to best set up Zoom.
Fridays from 4-5 pm. Be creative and share writing with others in this weekly, informal and fun online writing group. This group is for nonfiction, fiction or poetry. Writers will receive a prompt and will write for 20 minutes followed by discussion and time to share writing with local author and host, Megan Cole.
On Zoom. The Zoom link will be provided when you register.
To register contact Mark Merlino: here
This month’s virtual Cranberry Hall coffeehouse is featuring Geoff Allan, Scott Ritter, Karyn and Paul of KP Duty , and Shaun Rawlins! All performers will be playing three tunes, so grab your favorite snack and beverage, and enjoy a wonderful evening of music!
Join us on Zoom here.