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October 2014 @ the BAG

Sat. Oct. 4, 7:00 pm $5-10 donation at the door.
My Sea to Sky presents Patricia Lange and Cheryl Brown:
Being David – The Story of Beating Goliath in Kitimat.

How did a small community group in Kitimat BC take on one of Canada’s biggest pipeline companies... and win? Hear how Douglas Channel Watch went head-to-head with ENBRIDGE over a municipal plebiscite on the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline. Their win sent shock waves across Canada. Patricia Lange and Cheryl Brown, from Douglas Channel Watch, tell their inspiring story of a small group of citizens who stood up to Enbridge and fought for their community.

Sun. Oct. 5, 7:30 – 10:00 pm
Acoustic Jam @ the BAG
Rita Kyle: 604 898 1340

October/November Artist:
David Low
Opening Sun. Oct. 5 @ 3 pm
Landscapes From Within:
A collection of his most recent Oil Paintings.

David low is of Scottish birth and heritage. He has collected most of his visions growing up and living in the coastal region of BC. He moved to Golden in 1997 and his more recent landscapes portray the influence of living in the Kootenays, with the challenges of rock, glacier and river wetland.

Low works in a variety of sizes, but his large oils are striking. Some of his canvases may appear darkish but he expertly weaves colourful gradations and changes the ‘temperature’ to keep the viewer’s eye moving around the painting. Inspiration comes from the landscape and floral genres as residues of those experiences rather than direct observation. An impressionist David Low’s land- and seascapes, floral cascades and designed scenery are an attempt to capture nature’s spirituality and energy. David Low has a long association with the BAG, with solo shows, group shows, workshops and musical events and we are pleased to feature him again.

Thurs. Oct. 9, 7 pm By donation.
Squamish Historical Society presents: Steve Quane
The Geological History of Squamish

Steve teaches at Quest University Canada and holds a PhD from UBC in experimental volcanology. After completing his studies he was selected as the American Geological Institute's Congressional Science Fellow and served as a science advisor for then Congressman, now U.S. Senator, Tom Udall. He taught for three years as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Geology Department at Colorado College, and taught field courses in Hawaii, Mexico, British Columbia and throughout the U.S. Southwest and Yellowstone National Park. His presentation will focus on the geological foundation of the Sea to Sky Corridor and will offer singular insights into the ever changing physical environment we call home. Steve was a plenary speaker at the Squamish Culture & Heritage Festival at Quest University Canada in November 2012.

Mon. Oct. 13:
Our Annual Brackendale Friends & Neighbours Thanksgiving Semi-Potluck Dinner
Service in the Chapel @ 5 Dinner @ 6
Bring a starter, side dish, salad or dessert.
(Homemade always preferred!)
RSVP early - 604 898 3333 - It’s essential!
Sat. Oct. 18, 8 pm $20 at BAG or Xocolatl.
Locarno is the Latin project of Juno award winning musician and PAPERBOYS frontman, Tom Landa. The music (great for dancing!) is part Mexican but with strong doses of Cuban Son, Folk Music, Pop and Funk.
Tues. Oct. 28 at 7:30 pm By donation.
Overcomers: An Evening of Worship Music
With Mario & Anne Iacavone

Coming Events:
Thurs. Nov. 13: SHS: Corrine Lonsdale: 50 Years of Change
Sat. Nov. 22: Beverly Elliott (The all-grrrl group AUGUST )
Fri. Nov. 28 Quest U: Hair Farmers Christmas
Sat. Dec. 13: BAG Christmas Craft Fair
(Please note change! Vendors please contact Tracy: 604 898 8358)

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