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For more info go to
www.sookefolkmusicsociety.com

Ed McGregor Park
Sooke, BC

Sponsored by the Sooke Folk Music Society and
the CRD Arts & Culture Support Service

Date(s): 
June 23, 2019 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm

Mark your calendars! On Saturday, June 1st, between 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine, come by and check out the offerings. Past years have seen close to 100 homes participating in this fun community event. You are guaranteed to find something among the various offerings, including yard sale items, paintings, knitted crafts, plant starters, the Rotary Club Bike Sale, and so much more. Plus, the Sooke Harbourside Lions BBQ will also be on site to re-fuel you.

Revitalize a park in Sooke by removing invasive plants!!
The Greater Victoria Green Team is hosting a big community environmental volunteer activity in Sooke and the community is invited! They will be removing English ivy and other invasive plants from Kaltasin Park in Sooke. Rain or shine!
Volunteers are needed! If you want to contribute and haven’t signed up, please register as a GVGT Volunteer and sign the waiver.
Flow of Volunteer Activities
Meet at 9:45 am for sign-in and introductions.

The Sooke Folk Music Society is thrilled to announce that Terry Boyle will be the Feature performer for our regular Coffee House, this Saturday May 18, 2019, at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church.

The 15th annual Sooke River Bluegrass Festival celebrates Father’s Day with a foot-stomping weekend combining everything blue. Bluegrass, blue skies and blue water.
The weekend kicks off on Friday night with the Sweet Lowdown taking the stage at 7:00 p.m. By the time things wrap up on Sunday afternoon you’ll have had a chance to enjoy some pretty sweet bluegrass on stage, in workshops and in jam sessions that pop up in the craziest places.
sookebluegrass.com/tickets/

“The End of Ice — Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption”
Admission by donation
Dahr Jamail is an award-winning climate reporter and former war correspondent. As one of the few unembedded journalists during the war in Iraq, he won praise from writer/activists like Howard Zinn and Naomi Klein. Since then Dahr’s been reporting from the front lines of climate disruption, from the heights of Alaska’s Denali peaks to the windswept islands of the Bering Sea, from the Great Barrier Reef and Amazon rainforest to Florida’s flooding coastline.

Finally it is here again! Sooke’s one and only Night Market is back! Come visit and bring friends and family to this fantastic local market where you can find delicious food, karaoke, beer, live music, artisans, handmade clothing, jewelry, art, souvenirs, maple syrup, homemade jams and jellies, art cards, henna art, fresh produce, veggies, fruit, home decor, paintings, face painting, gemstones, fashion, sculptures, kids clothing, handmade toys, soaps, and much much more!

Sooke Night Market at the Sooke Region Museum

Date(s): 
June 20, 2019 5:00 pm

FREE POPS IN THE PARK FAMILY CONCERT
MICHAEL KLAZEK, CONDUCTOR

Ed Macgregor Park
6751 West Coast Road (Hwy 14), Sooke

Featuring special guests and soloists

 

Date(s): 
July 7, 2019 2:30 pm

Begun in 2000, the annual Sooke Secret Gardens Tour is a major fundraiser for the Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra (Facebook @sookphil).
For more information, e-mail info@sookesecretgardens.com

The Sooke music and Arts festival is a free, family friendly, Music and arts festival: held in the heart of Sooke on the August long weekend each summer.

www.sookemusicfestival.com or facebook

Date(s): 
August 3, 2019 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm

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