A screening event that features a juried collection of past and present short films made by local youth through the Comox Valley Art Gallery’s Youth Media Project will be showing on Wednesday, May 15th, at the Sid William’s Theatre.
The Pearl Ellis Gallery in Comox presents the Monday Bunch Annual Spring Art Show and Sale from April 23rd until May 11th. This group of local artists works in a variety of mediums including oils, acrylics, watercolours, pastels and scratchboard.
The world may seem a little unsteady right now, but there is one thing you can count on to put a smile on your face. You can get a plate of beans, some great music and a good time on May Day in Cumberland. The 2019 Cumberland May Day Bean Dinner is happening at the Cumberland Cultural Centre on Wednesday May 1st.
The awe that mountainous landscapes evoke is universal. World Community is pleased to present the multi award-winning film, This Mountain Life (77 min.) at 7 pm on Tuesday, April 30th at the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College, Courtenay.
Important events and opportunities are upcoming at the Comox Valley Art Gallery. Read on to learn more.
Author Rick James presents an illustrated talk about rum-running on the West Coast in Don’t Never Tell Nobody Nothin’ No How starting at 7 pm, Tuesday, April 16th in the Courtenay and District Museum.
Joining in with organizations all over North America, Elevate, in association with Tinshack Creative, present a staged reading of “12 Angry Men, by 12 Impassioned Women”, on April 7th at the Stan Hagen Theatre (North Island College, Comox Valley Campus), as part of 12000voices.com.
‘Home’ usually refers to the place where people reside. It is also where other creatures live: a bird’s nest, beaver lodge, spider web, under a log, in a compost heap, or in a lake. Homes can be mobile or temporary: an RV camper, a cabin in the woods, an empty shell for a hermit crab.
The Centennial Authors Project was inspired by the 100th anniversary of the City of Courtenay. It was proposed to the Comox Valley Writers Society as a legacy contribution to our community. Through the writing of books, authors associated with the Comox Valley have contributed to science and discovery, history and the arts, spirituality and recreation.