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Kim delights in return to Sechelt

World-acclaimed Canadian pianist Michael Kim celebrated his return to Sechelt's Raven's Cry Theatre, Sunday, Feb. 22, after an absence of five years.

The pipers are coming to Sechelt

On March 6 and 7, the Roberts Malcolm Alumni (RMA) Pipe Band, one of six pipe bands comprising the Simon Fraser University family of bands, will be visiting Sechelt for two days of intensive practice in preparation for the 2004 competitive season.

Another coffee house planned

The next CCA Coffee house at the Cellar, garden level of the Rockwood in Sechelt, is March 5 and will include well-known local piano player Ken Dalgleish with jazz vocalist Jacquie Allen, singer/songwriter/poet Tone Indbryn and guitarist/songwriter/s

Wiebe returns to Coast

Rudy Wiebe is returning to the Sunshine Coast for a reading on March 12. Wiebe is a favourite of Coast audiences as well as one of Canada's most distinguished writers.

Popular songstress plays Pender

Entertainer Joƫlle Rabu was once a waitress in the family restaurant where she sang to late-night customers. Her proud brother changed all that.

Rockin' blues in the Creek

It's time to coax the sun out of hibernation with some blistering blues from B.C.'s own David Gogo. Gogo will be at the Roberts Creek Hall on Saturday, Feb.

Young peoples own show opens

Do not miss the upcoming exhibitions at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in Sechelt. For two weeks, Feb 11 to Feb. 22, the artwork of elementary school students will be displayed in the Young Peoples Own Show.

Savary Island seascapes on exhibit

After spending five years living and painting in Pender Harbour, David Burns moved to downtown Vancouver in 2000.

From Gibsons to Tuscany: art that travels

Imagine learning how to paint in Tuscany, Italy, with guidance from the Sunshine Coast's popular art teacher Ursula Medley. Aaah the aroma of oil paints among the olive groves as you capture the spectacular scenery on canvas.

Dicksons produce musical based on The Jungle Book

Musical couple Reg and Lynne Dickson of Davis Bay say they have to make up for lost time.