Monthly Calendar of Events


Wed. March 29 @ 7:00 pm By donation
TROPHY: There are no Winners.
Documentary and presentation from Lush Cosmetics.

Each year, thousands of grizzlies are killed worldwide for entertainment. Diving deep into the controversy across Canada and the United States, Trophy asks: can we truly justify killing these animals for sport? Join us for a screening of Lush Cosmetics new documentary, Trophy, followed by a short discussion with Wildlife Defence League.

Fri. March 31    7:00 -9:00 pm
Come and learn what SAC has been up to this past year, enjoy some music and local performance art! This will also be an opportunity to meet the newest board members, ask questions, pitch ideas and see the recipients of the 2017 Community Arts & Culture Enhancement Grant! Everyone welcome and there will be free snacks!

Featuring Performing Artists:
Cello Mizumoto & Maddy Read
Squamish Academy of Music
Squamish Dance Centre

April 2017 @ the BAG

Sat. Apr. 8 @ 8:00 pm   $20 @ XOCO & the BAG

Woody Woodridge, vocals
Doug Chiasson, harmonica
Bryan Davies, trumpet
Keith Junkin,  guitar & saxophone
Rita Kyle, vocals
Antti Makitalo, guitar
Brian Marchant, bass
Ken McLeod, drums
Leisl Petersen, trombone & vocals
Sam Sinanan, vocals 
Stan Thomson, sax

Playing timeless blues, R&B and rock classics spanning several decades, the band seeks to honor the best of what the original artist brought to their music. From Muddy Waters to Ray Charles, from Stevie Ray Vaugh to The Black Crowes. All those memorable melodies are infused with a hard driving rhythm section and good time for all.

Sat. Apr. 15 @ 8:00 pm   $20 @ XOCO & the BAG
THE LAWLESS FIRM: Gypsy Jazz, Country, Blues and more!

The Lawless Firm in the newest band put together by MICHAEL DUNN. He has performed many times at the BAG going back many decades with various bands. In the last few years, his group Deanna Knight and the Hot Club of Mars have been once a year performers at the BAG.  The new quartet is rounded out by Joe Bourchier on bass and vocals, Edgar Bridwell on violin, and Eleanore Dunn, our chanteuse. The music is partly from the American songbook from “standards” to Chuck Berry. There is a little Gypsy Jazz, some country, blues, and music from Russia and Argentina in the mix.

Fri. Apr. 21 @ 8:00 pm   $20 @ XOCO & the BAG

MARC DESTRUBÉ (baroque violin) with
Linda Melsted – baroque violin
Natalie Mackie - viola da gamba
Michael Jarvis - harpsichord

GERMAN SPRING: The blossoming of instrumental music in 17th century Germany.
La Modestine presents some of the most beautiful and imaginative instrumental music to emerge during the mid-to-late 17th century in the German territories. Influenced by the passionate style of Italy and coupled with the profundity of its Lutheran heritage, an exuberant and cosmopolitan new instrumental style was flourishing, represented in the music of Biber, Schmelzer, Froberger, and Rosenmüller.


Sun. April 2, 7:30 – 10:00 pm :
Acoustic Jam @ the BAG
Rita Kyle: 604 898 1340

Tues. April 25, 7:30   By donation.
Overcomers: An Evening of Worship Music
with Mario & Anne Iacovone


Sat. May 6: 15th Annual Brackendale Bluegrass Festival
Sat. May 13: Scott Verbeek Band
Sat. May 27: Michael Kilby & Friends.

You may have heard that the Brackendale Art Gallery is for sale. Alas, it is true.
Thor is 83 with all that entails. It is time.
We are however very open to ideas and options we may not yet have heard or considered.
In the mean time it is business as usual!

For Real Estate information please contact

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