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An EXTRAVAGANZA of MUSIC and FUN to celebrate GABRIOLA’S 20th ANNUAL STUDIO TOUR
Saturday, October 8th | 7:00pm | Gabriola Island Community Hall
A Gabriola Arts Council/Lulu Performing Arts Society Co-production
Join us for an evening of musical thanksgiving and fun in the spirit of the rogue turkeys that roam our island home. In a co-production extravaganza, the Gabriola Arts Council and Lulu Performing Arts have pulled together a (free) range of musicians. Some are well known and loved, others Read more…
Exploring the Path from Senior to Elder
What does it mean to be an elder? Is it simply a process of growing older or does it require a conscious choice? How do we take our place as elders in community? As elders, what can we offer our community? Read more…
Help us design our new arts-based drop-in for Gabriola teens
Tell us what activities you’d like to do, what kinds of art projects you’re interested in, and which local artists you’d like to work with.
Music! Visual arts! Dance! Video! You tell us what you want, and we’ll try to make it happen.
AND we’ll give you pizza!
The next twelve months are going to be busy at the Gabriola Arts & Heritage Centre!
First—the Gabriola Arts Council has received a donation of a log building from the Island School of Building Arts. This hand-hewn structure will be built on the school’s site by ISBA students, and then disassembled, transported up-Island, and reassembled on the GAC property. GAC will provide the foundation, roof, windows, doors, and all interior elements.
Second—we’ve just confirmed our participation in Read more…
We are looking for three strong, enthusiastic, and hard-working construction and building renovation workers who are keen to learn new skills. Under the supervision of GAC’s Renovation Manager, the construction and building renovation workers will undertake a range of repairs, upgrades, and renovation projects Read more…
Charles Edward (Ted) Reeve, M.D., C.M., F.R.C.P. (C)
born February 10, 1936 in Stettler, AB.
died August 1, 2016 in Nanaimo, BC
Ted was a graduate of Bishop’s and McGill Universities, a member of British Columbia’s first organ transplant team, and director of the province’s kidney transplant programme from 1968 until 1987. His work in nephrology and transplantation led him to productive research in the related fields of immunology, haematology and genetics, his motivation always being his patients and their quality of life. When administrative and philosophical changes challenged his ideals, Read more…