Join the Just In Time Choirs for an evening of music that will make you want to cheer!
There’s no doubt that these are troubled times, but as one of our songs says, ‘If you get worried, what you ought to do is sing’. We’re offering songs that will inspire, uplift and refresh you while challenging the status quo.
You are cordially invited to a book launch, which The Comox Valley Writer’s Society is hosting on March 24. This poignant novel by Kunio Yamagishi, a local author, sheds a new light on the Japanese-Canadian internment camp and how it affected the life of an internee from today’s point of view. There are many scenes from the Comox Valley in this story.
Can Canada fulfill it’s Paris climate commitments and build the Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline expansion? World Community’s film series addresses this important issue with a screening of the new film, Directly Affected (75 min), on Tuesday, April 3 at 7 pm in the Stan Hagen Theatre (North Island College).
You are invited to the Courtenay Museum’s annual Spring Fling event on Saturday, March 24th from 11am to 2pm. Admission is by donation with half the proceeds going to the Shamrock Gumboots 4-H Club.
Tickets are on sale now for a special March 28 screening of “The Leisure Seeker”, the final movie of this season’s Comox Valley Art Gallery film series.
“The Leisure Seeker” features acting legend Donald Sutherland and Academy Award winner Helen Mirren in a wise and witty road movie set in today’s divided United States.
Comox United Church will present the NFB film “Birth of a Family” on Friday, March 23, 2018 at 7 pm.
This moving film by director Tasha Hubbard follows three sisters and a brother, adopted as infants into separate families across North America, as they meet together for the first time over a few days in Banff.
The Cumberland Community Forest Society is kicking off a NEW series of CCFS Science Pub Nights where local ecologists, researchers, writers, photographers, subject matter experts, explorers and elders come together to explore the science behind life on earth. The first of these Science Pub events is coming up Thursday March 15th and the topic (perfect for spring) is Pollinators!
Bluegrass fans will have their plates full when John Reischman and the dynamic and youthful Pine Siskins fly in for a concert of new tunes and songs at the Little Red Church in Comox on Saturday, March 17th.
John, often on the road with his band, the Jaybirds, delights in pulling together the Pine Siskins for sizzling side trips. With John on mandolin, he has recruited Eli West on guitar, Patrick Metzger on bass and Comox raised Trent Freeman on fiddle.
March 1 independent biologist Alexandra Morton released a 6-minute film documenting the government cover-up that released millions of Atlantic salmon infected with a virus that appears to be Norwegian, into pens along the BC coast. 48,000 people have viewed the video on facebook and Vimeo.