Campbell Bay Music Festival - June 25th and 26th


Welcome to the 2nd annual Campbell Bay Music Fest! 

We are an independent, volunteer-run DIY music festival set on a beautiful waterfront property in BC's Gulf Islands. We present emerging artists in a diverse array of genres, from sweet folk singing to the sublimely danceable.

In 2009, a determined group of friends with a van full of lumber built a stage, dug some outhouses and set the scene for a festival that was more fun than anyone could have predicted - promoted by word of mouth alone. This year, we're expanding our performer lineup, improving our infrastructure, and reaching farther out into our community - care to join us?

The Campbell Bay Music Fest will, once again, be entirely by donation - and donations are hugely appreciated! Your donations are all that cover our costs and subsidize the musicians travel to the festival. Last year you were generous, please be generous this year so we can host again next year.

There will be music from 6pm to 11pm Friday and 4pm to 11pm Saturday. We will serve a "Field to Table" Feast on Saturday at 6 pm - Iredale Farm lamb, Deaconvale Farm salad, 'The Mom's' vegetarian chili, Haggis Farms bread and dessert surprise is on the menu. The Feast will be by donation too. There will be lots of other goodies available that evening, including individually autographed CD's and musicians merch.

This year it will be a 'festival under the full moon' - a magic weekend at the Iredale Farm, 327 Campbell Bay Road, Mayne Island BC.

For further info go to campbellbaymusicfest.com or email Adam Iredale a.gray.music@gmail.com



Crystal Bowl & Gong Concert - June 24th



Crystal Bowl & Planet Gong Concert, with David Hickey of Crystal Journey

"Sounds of the Solar System"


David Hickey has been performing throughout Canada and the United States for over 6 years. With over 700 shows and 6 CDs to date, he continues to blaze a trail for his unique blend of improvised music with sonically pure and powerful all acoustic instrumentation.

Thursday, June 24th 7:30pm
Mayne Island Community Centre
$15 at the door
CDs, merchandise, and refreshments will be available at intermission.

For more information, including tour dates in Victoria, Vancouver, and across Canada, visit www.crystaljourney.ca or on Mayne Island contact Meadow Dove Lang 250-539-0627

*** You may choose to enjoy listening to the show while laying down. As previously, there will be space for both sitting on chairs, and lounging on the floor. If you like, bring cushions/blankets to make yourself most comfortable.

T.D. Christopher's Country & Bluegrass Revue - June 18th



T.D. Christopher Country & Bluegrass Revue

A night of foot stopmpin' toe tappin' and wiggle in your chair mix of country & bluegrass music by local artist T.D. Christopher. Accompanying him will be his brother Byron Dyck, and also Nan Johnston will make a special guest appearance as well.

So shine up your boots and dust off you hats! YeeHaw!

When: Friday June 18th, 2010
Where: Ag Hall, Mayne Island
Time: 7:30pm
Cost: $10.00 (free for children)

You may visit T.D. Christopher while waiting at www.myspace.com/mylittlerodeo

For further info contact: T.D. Christopher  250-539-2590 or td_christopher@hotmail.com

Community Oceans Day - Sunday June 13



Come celebrate Oceans Day on Mayne Island!

We are celebrating it on June 13th this year because the tide is nice and low. Come to Piggott Bay and explore the beach with biologists Michael Dunn, Leanna Boyer and Miriam Isaac-Renton.

See what kinds of fish live in the eelgrass bed with a beach seine led by Michael and enjoy fish print making. Also featuring an aquarium with marine creatures!

When: Sunday, June 13
Where: Piggott Bay
Time: 11-2pm

http://conservancyonmayne.com

For further information contact: Leanna Boyer 250-539-5168,
ed@conservancyonmayne.com

Photo Exhibition Opens Friday June 11



The Ferry: A Different Point of View
A Photography Exhibition By Toby Snelgrove


June 11- July 7, 2010

A Trincomali Community Arts Council Sponsored Event

"Ferries rides to Swartz Bay, Tsawwassen or to other Gulf Islands is endemic to Mayne Island life. After many trips, however, the visual details of the vessels often become invisible to riders. Using digital photography and image processing software, Toby reveals shapes and designs within the ships that are at the same time, functional, beautiful and mysterious."

"His images invite the viewer to see beauty in the benign and to wonder about practical questions such as: "What flows through that pipe?"; "Why is that cable there?"; and, "Is that a skilful weld that holds the vehicle deck together?"— Bill Maylone

Open House 7 - 9 pm 
Friday,  June 11
Mayne Island Public Library — Miner's Bay


Refreshments Served

For further info contact toby.snelgrove@mac.com