Sunshine Coast Canada
Arts, Heritage + Culture
Non-profit Society Network

MedTalks (Livestream) COVID-19 Anxiety – Cultivating Our Collective Resilience

Go to www.sechelthospitalfoundation.org to join our Livestream Event on April 7, 2020 at 2pm

This weekly series will address the many psychological elements we face during the current climate of uncertainty, physical distancing with social implications, and rapid change. Together we will explore ideas and experiences that support our ability, as individuals and as a community, to navigate this territory with courage and compassion. Each session will consist of an interactive panel discussion around our theme followed by addressing live questions from the audience.

One Straw Seedy Saturday – CANCELLED

It’s a 25 year Coast tradition, and a free community event to celebrate and learn about food, gardening, seed saving, and all things green, leafy, fruity, or yummy!
* Free seed exchange
* Market to buy seeds, seedlings, plants, food & more
* Food, drinks, and artisans
* Children’s hands-on activities
* WORKSHOPS by amazing guest presenters to help you get that garden rolling (free by donation)!

Partnering with the Sunshine Coast Seed Collective, get your garden started at One Straw Society’s celebration of 25 years of Seedy Saturday on the Sunshine Coast!

A Céilí Honoring the Life and Work of John O’Donohue

A Céilí is a traditional Irish social gathering…

A gathering of friends of the work of John o’Donahue: read poetry, share stories and remember one of the great writers and inspiration of the 20th century. Potluck to follow.

Host Michael Stone, who considers John to be a dear friend, spent some wonderful days together in Ireland where they laughed, drank, shared jokes and connected heart to heart, and soul to soul. Michael sponsored John in the US on several occasions for workshops and talks, and is so grateful for the immeasurable contribution John made in his life for so many of us.

Artist Talk

Marlene Lowden invites you to join her for an artist talk about her series called a “Blind Contour Homage.” The work is a celebration of Canadian female artists. Many of these women are significantly under-recognized in the Canadian art canon. Marlene has studied artists from several regions, each with diverse cultural heritages and will share some of the fascinating stories that she has learned about them.

Creatives on the Coast

Monthly meetings for connecting with creatives in our community. Open to all. This month we’re going on a field trip to the GPAG. Marlene Lowden will be giving a talk while we view her latest collection. We’ll continue our meeting at Tapworks afterward.

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