Notable first-timers in this year’s Crawl

Art Crawl Oct. 23 through 25 is a wonderful celebration of the Sunshine Coast’s amazing art. Ken Walters, famous local artist, is exhibiting for the first time at Art Crawl at the Sunshine Coast Villa. Kevin J. Wells, also exhibiting for the first time, will virtually share his masterpieces inspired by the Coast’s natural beauty. Cindy Cantalon, Earthly Creature Designs, has evolved with new, magnificent jewelry designs in silver and gold. 

Come visit and shop Madeira Market Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Courtyard. Dahlia bouquets, Halloween treasures, Rachel’s art rocks, cotton masks, gemstone jewelry and special guest author Freda Mellenthin will present her intriguing book Love in Northern Rapids. 

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The Bargain Barn Pop-Up continues Wednesdays and Saturdays noon to 3 p.m. at the Legion with fresh, exciting merchandise each day. Donations are received noon to 3 p.m. at the home Bargain Barn store. Limit of two bags per person of clean saleable merchandise. 

The fantastic Peter Van Trio return to The Clubhouse at Pender Harbour Golf Club performing from 2 to 5 p.m. Enjoy superb live music, award winning hospitality, delicious food and drinks. Definitely the best way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Cover $5. Reservations recommended. 

Harbourside Friend-ships on Thursday, Oct. 29 welcomes the popular entertainer Eddy Edrik. His lively performance will have you singing along. Fun begins at 10:30 a.m. Pack a lunch for after the entertainment. Contact me with your news at dilys for the Friday edition of Coast Reporter.

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