Wire sculptures by local artist, CG Swanson, will be featured at the Pearl Ellis Gallery in Comox from June 25th to July 13th, 2019. In her first solo exhibition, CG Swanson brings you on a journey down The Winding Path, exploring the imaginative, relational, and reflective opportunities trees provide.
On June 30th, during the opening ceremonies for Canada Day Night Before Event at 6:30 pm, the newly appointed Comox Valley Poet Laureate, Lawrence J.W. Cooper, will read his latest poem created for this celebration.
This year’s CVAG Kids Summer Camps will begin from July 8th to July 12th. In this introductory level robotics camp, participants will work in partners to build, program, and drive a robot using the VEX IQ platform.
Singers of all ages and experience levels are invited to participate in the next Pop-Up Choir event on Wednesday June 19th from 7 pm to 8 pm in the courtyard outside Blue Spruce Ice Cream at 5th Street and Cliffe Avenue in Downtown Courtenay.
Along with the Island Good launch last month, the Comox Valley Airport also celebrated the beginning of their latest Art at the Airport exhibit. For the next six months, the nine Art Alchemy Studio artists will have their artwork on display all over the airport.
Quebec-based contemporary ceramicist Rachel Grenon, who is currently creating new work as part of her creative residency in the Comox Valley, will provide an artist talk at North Island College, June 20th.
Join Trevor Marc Hughes for an illustrated presentation of Hamilton Mack Laing’s previously unpublished memoir, Riding the Continent, at 7pm on Tuesday, June 11 at the Courtenay & District Museum.
On Sunday June 9th 2019 at 3:00 pm you are invited to a musical afternoon entitled “This is the life for me”. As the choir winds down for the season, the military community prepares to see some of its families posted to other bases, while preparing to welcome new families to the valley.
Gardeners Green Folk Club in Merville welcomes Quebec duo Zigue for a house concert on Friday July 5th at 7 p.m. Since 1992, Claude Méthé and Dana Whittle have performed, composed and shared everything musical. Partners in music and in life, they are both dynamic singers and prolific composers, in love with the Québécois trad-inspired music they make together every day.