Big News! Plans are underway for a brand new multi-genre Musical Festival for this Labour Day long weekend (September 2-3, 2017)! Produced by the Gabriola Arts Council as part of our 20th anniversary celebrations, the Gabriola Music Fest will offer a Main Stage with more than 16 top-notch bands and performers from around the west coast, and including everything from folk to pop, blues to R&B, reggae to Latin, and rock to electronic. After the sun goes down, festival-goers will move into the Roxy Theatre to enjoy late-night, world-class DJs and live performance artists from around the world. Read more…
Register online any time, or in person at the Gabriola Arts & Heritage Centre from 10 am to 1 pm, Thursdays to Saturdays. No in-person registration outside of those hours.
CORRECTIONS TO BROCHURE:
Kitchen Arts, Thursday April 13 is $35 (not $50)
Dance…A Jumpin’ and a Jivin’, Sunday April 16 is $10 (not $65)
Ukelele, Sunday April 16 is 2-5pm (not 3-5 pm)
Artists Toolkit, Sunday April 16 (not April 10)
- You must register in advance for all workshops and events. In-person and online registration opens on Friday, March 10 at 10 am.
- Online registration can be paid by credit card or PayPal. In-person registration can be paid by cash, cheque, or credit card.
- Workshops have limited space—spots are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. A waiting list will be kept for workshops that are full. Register early—don’t be disappointed!
- No refunds or exchanges will be given after March 31.
- Except where indicated, the registration fees include materials costs.
MAINSTAGE APPLICATIONS CLOSED FOR 2017
Exciting news! We’re planning a new Music Festival on beautiful Gabriola Island for Labour Day Long Weekend—September 2-3, 2017. Read more…
Reading & Reconciliation
COMMUNITY READING PROGRAM
NEW LOCATION! The Community Conversation is happening at the SURF LODGE on Berry Point Rd.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. You may add your name to the wait list through the regular registration process — follow this link to the registration page.
The Gabriola Arts Council and partners Friends of the Gabriola Library, Gabriola Island Branch of the Vancouver Island Regional Library, Gabriola Island Local Trust Committee, Gabriola Museum and Historical Society, Page’s Bookstore & Marina, and the Snuneymuxw First Nation are launching a community reading program. We’re encouraging all Gabriolans to read one book—Richard Wagamese’s novel, Medicine Walk— Read more…