Sunday, September 29th, 1:00pm
Gather together for some work (some bridge building, maybe a sauna start) and then be fed by our French cook (at 5/5:30pm).
Sunday, October 20th, 1:00pm
Gather together for some work (trail maintenance & sauna building) and then be fed by our French cook (at 5/5:30pm).
Monday, October 21st, 7:00pm
House Concert: Old Paint Duo
Using the guitar and fiddle as their base and leaping off point, these two serve up old country songs, Texas fiddle tunes, old time square dance music and original songs with grace and style. https://oldpaintband.wordpress.com/
Friday-Sunday, November 1-3
Training: Way of Council
Grateful to be hosting Lori Austein for this training, developed by the Ojai Foundation.
Friday, November 8th, 5:00pm
qathet Intentional Community Alliance Potluck
Potluck for the intentional communities in the qathet and Powell River area.
Saturday, November 16th, 7:00pm
House Concert: Abby-Jade
From Brandon, Manitoba classically trained Indigenous violinist who plays violin and banjo accompanied by cello. “We are human first, then we are musicians”
Sunday, November 17th, 1:00pm
Gather together for some work and then be fed by our French cook (at 5/5:30pm).
Sunday, February 2nd, 7:00pm
House Concert: Claudia Russell & Bruce Kaplan
Traversing a wide Americana landscape, tipping their hat to
Village folkies, Laurel Canyon troubadours, string bands, blues divas, jazz cats and Bakersfield cowboys.
Tuesday, March 3rd, 7:00pm
House Concert: Brent Mason
Brent Mason has traversed diverse territories of tune and theme, bringing back souvenirs from a range of lyrical lands, from folk and rock to pop, making them all his own.
Tuesday, March 31st, 7:00pm
House Concert: Casati
Like three hearts beating in perfect time, the music of Casati is a living thing, constantly changing, evolving and reinventing itself. Grace Hrabi, Jesse Popeski & Quintin Bart search for stories waiting to be told and collaborate in bringing them to life. http://www.casatiband.com/
Thursday, April 30th, 7:00pm
House Concert: Two Piano Tornado
Grant and Annie take their listeners through the golden years of Ragtime from 1895 – 1925. Not only focused on ragtime, but also the many interesting aspects of the social and cultural history. http://twopianotornado.com/