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Every Friday we update on what's on this weekend around The Semiahmoo Peninsula

 

 

November 15-18, 2018

 

 

 

Heart to Home Holiday Market


Saturday, November 17 | Noon–5pm
Sunday, November 18 | Noon–5pm
Support local artists while finding one-of-a-kind gifts for your loved ones at Surrey Art Gallery Association’s annual Heart to Home Holiday Market this weekend.

With close to thirty artists from their Gift Shop, there will be plenty of handmade items for you to browse. From artisan chocolates and jams to original fused glass or felted wool artworks, you’re sure to find something to tickle your fancy (and taste buds)! With a complimentary cup of hot apple cider and a cozy ambience, this market is a wonderful way to embrace the holiday spirit.

Among the booths will be the popular Blooming Onion jewellery by Terry Cummings. A Surrey resident, Terry is one of the top-selling artisans in Surrey Art Gallery Association’s Gift Shop. Affordable and unique, she creates her bracelets, necklaces, and earrings from a range of materials like gems, metals, and clay. She also makes home décor items like upcycled vintage bottles topped with crosses.

Lorna Rande of Artistic Imagery will be back for her second year at the market. A nature lover and Surrey resident, Lorna expresses herself through photography and graphic design. Her table includes beautiful cards and calendars to go with a lovely gift or large, striking artworks to hang in a living room.

Discover these artists and more at the market! Admission is free.

Surrey Arts Centre, 13750 88 Ave

 

INCOGNITO is coming to CLUB 240 in the Crescent Beach Legion on Friday

We are bringing our "High Energy Rock'n Soul Dance Party! Club 240 is at the Crescent Beach Legion 2643 128th Street Surrey (604) 535-1043.
Tickets are $20 and are available online at www.brownpapertickets.com, at the Legion box office from 4pm-9pm daily or at the door.
Doors for all shows open at 7pm Showtime 8pm. We hope to see You, there!

 

White Rock Author Book Launch

White Rock author DEREK HAYES will host a book launch for his 18th book Friday 7 p.m. at The Heritage Rail station in Cloverdale located at 17630 - 56th Avenue

Books will be available for purchase and signing.

 

What is a White Rock Live!

(next door to Centennial arena / White Rock)


It is an evening focused on bringing people together in a fun and casual environment; to build friendships & deepen relationships through meaningful & engaging conversations. It’s about getting out and socializing at a real event, with real people, real communication, and real creative insight. It’s about learning to understand each other. It’s about living, loving, laughing, learning and maybe even crying together.

How does it work?
White Rock Live! is modelled after the popular PechaKucha 20x20 events now active in over 1,000 cities around the world, where pre-arranged speakers share a topic of their choosing in the PechaKucha 20x20 format. Each presenter shows 20 images, each for 20 seconds, with each image advancing automatically as they talk, for a total speaking time of 6 minutes 40 seconds.
What are the topics?
That’s the beauty of it – presentation topics can range from personal to funny, from the unexpected to the very different … like a “box of chocolates” you never know what you will get.

What else?
At the half-time mark there will a short intermission with snacks and the event will end with a mix and mingle... time to socialize, eat, drink tea, swap stories, make new friends, meet the speakers, ask questions, and hopefully come away from the evening inspired and uplifted.

Is there a cost?
Admission and intermission refreshments are FREE!
Seating is first come, first seated. We heartily welcome donations toward event costs and the sponsor’s youth training programs.

Spread the Word!
Invite your family, friends, neighbours and community members!
All are welcome – the more the merrier!

 

 

Kilby Bald Eagle Festival

Kilby Bald Eagle Festival Saturday and Sunday November 17-18, 2018


Kilby is the perfect place to plan for lunch on this Festival weekend. 
Join us for some hearty, homecooked specials in our cozy café or grab a bite on the run at the outdoor BBQ. Then enjoy a short walking tour down the dyke to the confluence of the Fraser and Harrison rivers at Kilby Park. Where Nature and History Meet… an interpreter will explain the relationship between the salmon and eagles, and tell the story of this once thriving mill town of Harrison Mills.
This FREE event is sponsored
by the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival.

Kilby Historic Site 215 Kilby Road Harrison Mills

 

 

The Vancouver Canucks host the Montreal Canadiens Saturday night @ Rogers Arena.

The White Rock Whalers are on home ice Saturday evening

Saturday 7:30 p.m. vs Delta Ice Hawks

Centennial Arena / Tickets at the door.

 

BCHL Surrey Eagles host the Langley Rivermen Friday evening. Saturday the two teams travel on 16th avenue to Langley for a game at the George Preston Arena.

Tickets a tht eoodr.

Sunday our Eagles are in Port Coquitlam

 

 

 

 

The ECCS hosts an annual 4-day visual arts festival the "Culture Crawl" in November that involves artists on Vancouver's Eastside opening their studio to the public. The event is focused on the area bounded by Columbia St, 1st Ave, Victoria Drive, and the Waterfront and involves painters, jewelers, sculptors, furniture makers, weavers, potters, printmakers, photographers, glassblowers; from emerging artists to those internationally established.

The Eastside Culture Crawl officially began in 1997 with 45 visual artists in 3 Strathcona area studio buildings and was attended by a few hundred people. Since that time the event has grown to include over 500+ artists, crafts people and designers attracting an audience of more than 35,000 studio visits. The organization itself has evolved to represent the heart of the East Van creative community.

FESTIVAL HOURS 2018 

Thursday, November 15
5 pm - 10 pm

Friday, November 16
5 pm - 10 pm

Saturday, November 17
11 am - 6 pm

Sunday, November 18
11 am - 6 pm

FAQ

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

There is no charge for the Culture Crawl.


WHERE CAN I PARK?

Street parking is available around many of the studios.  Generally, parking near the larger buildings such as Parker Street Studios is difficult.  Consider leaving your car at home and taking transit, walking, or riding your bike instead!  Many buildings are within easy walking distance from each other and Modo has a shuttle on Saturday and Sunday to help you get around the Crawl. Check out the Getting Around page of the website for shuttle schedule.


WHERE CAN I EAT & DRINK?

Check the Crawl App to find the locations of our official food vendor sponsors: Uprising BreadsUnion Food MarketFujiya, and Espresstotec.  There are food trucks and carts in the parking lot of Parker Street Studios. For drinks, visit the Crawl's official beer sponsor Strange Fellows Brewing.


DO YOU HAVE AN ATM?

No, but most artists and food vendors have some form of credit or debit machine.


WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

Comfortable shoes, water, and an umbrella. Don’t be deterred by a little rain!


CAN I TAKE PHOTOS?

Please respect the artists and ask before taking photographs in any studio.  Share your photos using our official hashtag #EastsideCultureCrawl


CAN I BRING MY KIDS?

Yes, kids love art too! Bring your little ones and take them early when it’s not too busy. Also check out our Crawling For Kids on Saturday and Sunday.


CAN I BRING MY PETS?

Please leave your pets at home!


HOW CAN I FIND OUT MORE INFOMATION ABOUT THE ARTISTS IN THE CRAWL?

Visit the Crawl website for detailed artist/studio listings and images. The listings are searchable by medium, so you can easily browse through the type of work you’re most interested in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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