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July 2022

Friday 29, July

Dreams of a Dreamer: Art of IceBear

July 29 @ 11:00 am - August 19 @ 4:00 pm

Ice Bear’s fine art has evolved over the past 20 years, from a graphic style that combined the forms and shapes of traditional Ojibway art, to a free flowing technique. He is also a sculptor, working large-scale in wood, stone and bronze. Born in Ontario, he lives on the west coast. Statement: I have not chosen art, the painting and sculpture. It is a task, a responsibility if you will, given me by the Creator from birth. As a small…

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August 2022

Thursday 18, August

Barmageddon – Games at Riot

Ryan brings the house down with hilarious and inventive pub games that will have your mind scrambling and your senses reeling!  Free admission, so come play a round and risk nothing but your sanity!

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Saturday 20, August

Musical Trivia with Coop and Math

Join Math and Coop as they delve into the silly intricacies of stage musicals! Do you know what the hills are alive with? What's a Rum Tum Tugger? Come match wits with the witless Math and Coop! Teams of up to 4 people for $10, reservations recommended.

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Saturday 27, August

Chris Noel, Blues Shouter Live at Riot

Returning to Riot because he can't stay away, local legend Chris Noel is back to entertain and delight with his incredible voice and catalogue of blues classics.  With inspiration spanning from 1940s jump blues bands to the memorable mid-century era of blues, Chris will surprise you with his powerful voice, musical talent, and ability to get you out of your seat and onto the dance floor.

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October 2022

Saturday 15, October

DUNCAN FARMERS’ MARKET WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP

October 15 @ 10:00 am - October 17 @ 4:00 pm
Cowichan Valley Art Council, 2687 James Street
Duncan, BC V9L 2X5
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In this 3-day (Sat-Mon) intermediate to advanced watercolour course, artist Harold Allanson will guide the group through the market area, pointing out possible interesting photo opportunities. Time and effort collecting is an important part of developing a library inventory of photo reference material for future paintings. Harold will offer hints and advice along the way as to what may or may not work. There’ll be time for questions and discussion. The afternoon will be spent composing and laying out our paintings…

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Sunday 16, October

DUNCAN FARMERS’ MARKET WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP

October 16 @ 10:00 am - October 18 @ 4:00 pm
Cowichan Valley Art Council, 2687 James Street
Duncan, BC V9L 2X5
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In this 3-day (Sat-Mon) intermediate to advanced watercolour course, artist Harold Allanson will guide the group through the market area, pointing out possible interesting photo opportunities. Time and effort collecting is an important part of developing a library inventory of photo reference material for future paintings. Harold will offer hints and advice along the way as to what may or may not work. There’ll be time for questions and discussion. The afternoon will be spent composing and laying out our paintings…

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Monday 17, October

DUNCAN FARMERS’ MARKET WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP

October 17 @ 10:00 am - October 19 @ 4:00 pm
Cowichan Valley Art Council, 2687 James Street
Duncan, BC V9L 2X5
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In this 3-day (Sat-Mon) intermediate to advanced watercolour course, artist Harold Allanson will guide the group through the market area, pointing out possible interesting photo opportunities. Time and effort collecting is an important part of developing a library inventory of photo reference material for future paintings. Harold will offer hints and advice along the way as to what may or may not work. There’ll be time for questions and discussion. The afternoon will be spent composing and laying out our paintings…

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