This month’s feature performer is: Shari Ulrich – NOT
Unfortunately Shari has had to cancel and postpone her performance. See message below:
A message from Shari:
“I’ve been pretty lucky in escaping Covid so far. Maybe even a little cocky about it! Monday I had my 6th vax and Tuesday, ironically my birthday, my present was a positive Covid test. I thought I was feeling poorly in reaction to the booster, though I’d never had a kind of reaction in the past, but alas I actually have the virus. DAMN!!! So it is with a heavy heart that I have to postpone my concert for you to Dec. 16th. I’m a very robust, healthy gal, so this is totally foreign to me to feel this ill! Plus, it’s the first time in 50 years I’ve cancelled a concert. I hope you can save Dec. 16th for me!! Stay healthy and hope to see you soon!!” Shari
You are invited now to a full open stage coffee house starting a 7:00 pm. All proceeds will go to the local food bank. Audience entry is $10 – optionally free entry for open stage performers.
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Art, music, and culture. Our region is a hot bed of activity year round. With the Tall Trees Festival, Bluegrass Festival, Sooke Fine Arts Show, our many Art festivals, Canada Day, Festival of trees and the Pacific Rim Whale Festival we celebrate our Island culture and environment.
The West Coast Trail is a world renowned backpacking trail. Open from May 1st until September 30th, this gruelling 75 km (47 mi) trek is well worth the challenge for the breathtaking examples of the West Coast of Vancouver Island.
Discover the raw beauty and uncharted nature of the CRD. From seasoned backpackers to amateur day hikers you can traverse up to the tallest peaks and back down to the rocky shores of the Juan de Fuca by hiking historical trails.
Our Coast has long been inspiration to all kinds of musicians, writers and painters. It is not hard to see why – take a walk through ancient forests with gnarled trees and green canopies, explore hidden creeks and spot eagles taking flight or bears ambling through the undergrowth.