Pender Harbour & Egmont: It's all happening this weekend!

Are you ready for a fantastic Saturday in the Harbour? This Saturday, April 27, in downtown Madeira Park from the Legion to the Hall and all the way down to the government dock, there will be non-stop fun, food, festivities, activities, contests and raffles. 

April Tools is a day-long festival at Millennium Park with activities for kids and the hugely popular Boat Building Contest. At the Hall, the annual plant sale and craft bazaar is all about fabulous plants as well as fine vendors offering beautiful treasures, including Aurelia’s Steeped Teas, Falter Farms Coffees, a bake sale and raffle, the Health Auxiliary, art and photographs by Mary Cains, and Thirty One Gifts, for you and your home from Traci. Enjoy delicious homemade soups, tea, coffee and creampuffs from the kitchen – all for a good cause, the Pender Harbour Community Club. Join the club at the membership table for just $5 single, $10 family. Visit their Facebook page to see all the goodness they bring to the community.

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Harbour Gallery is open Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. You are invited to take in their special Save our Salish Sea exhibition gallery. Come up the steps from April Tools and view these amazing works by local artists. 

The Legion’s giant annual garage sale will be a buying frenzy when the doors open at 10 a.m. Shop till you drop until 2 p.m. 

Sunday, April 28 Pender Harbour Music Society proudly presents The Kwerks. Backed by a dynamic band, vocalists Laura and Ryan Koch mix equal helpings of folk and bluegrass with a large dollop of pop-rock. Tickets online at, at Harbour Insurance and Strait Music, $25. 

Coming soon: May Day! And the 16th annual Pender Harbour Blues Festival June 7 to 9 is three days of outstanding, live music by the best blues musicians in the world. Check out the stellar performances and buy your tickets now – see 

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