What: Inspired by First Nations music, this deeply Canadian story is one of redemption and family. Uncover the hidden history of residential schools and their deep impact on survivors and their families, as well as what this dark legacy means for all Canadians today.
When: May 17 to June 3
Where: York Theatre – 639 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
What: Connect with North Shore employers, explore full-time and part-time employment opportunities and achieve your career goals. Bring your resume and dress professionally, as interviews may be held on the spot. Hosted by YWCA and North Shore Work BC.
Where: North Shore WorkBC – 980 West 1st Street -Unit 106, North Vancouver
What: Stephen Lynch’s unique blend of musical based comedy has earned him fiercely loyal fans around the world who live to experience his live shows, He has five best-selling CDs, an RIAA-certified Gold DVD and top-rated Comedy Central specials.
Where: The Rio Theatre – 1660 East Broadway, Vancouver
What: A community eco art project exploring our changing ocean and climate. Join Village Surrey for a knowledge exchange and social engagement art project to process what we know about our changing oceans and climate, and visually weave a collective response for a hopeful future.
Where: Surrey City Centre Library – Room 120 – 10350 University Drive
What: The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 3rd annual Economic Summit featuring keynote address from Dr. Sherry Cooper, Chief Economist of Dominion Lending Centres. Attendees will also hear three success stories from local professionals and and two panels made up of industry experts.
Where: The Molson Canadian Theatre at the Hard Rock Casino – 2080 United Blvd, Coquitlam
What: In this interactive workshop you will see a wide variety of instruments, learn choreography, cooperative and active learning and play traditional instruments from Africa & Brazil. Participants will also learn basic dance movements and choreography.
Where: Long & McQuade Surrey – 13785 104th Avenue, Surrey