Music in the Park at the Capilano River Regional Park North Vancouver

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Capilano River Regional Park

Live music, art demos, and FREE family fun!

What better way to end the summer than spending the day outside listening to great music, visiting local artists at work and soaking up those last rays of summer sun, while taking in the majestic views of the North Shore mountains and the pristine Capilano Reservoir?

Bring your family and friends, your lawn chairs and pack a picnic lunch (or grab some great fresh, local treats from the food vendors). We will have five live bands, free activities for the kids, and artist demonstrations in many mediums by a selection of talented local artists, who will also have artwork for sale.

And while you’re there, don’t forget to check out the Cleveland Dam – part of Metro Vancouver’s world-class drinking water system.

Live on Stage

12:15-1:00pm    Winsome Kind (adult contemporary folk)

1:15-2:00pm     Familiar Wild (pop music with heart and soul)

2:15-3:00pm     Luke Wallace Trio (folk)

3:15-4:00pm     Jen Hodge All Stars (music of the roaring ’20s and dirty ’30s)

4:15-5:00pm     Coldwater Road        (musical storytelling with country folk)

Artist Demos

James Harry (carving)

Stuart Browning (stained glass)

Christine Hood (metal/paper)

Cath Hughes (relief printing)

Jackie Miller (abstract painting)

Maria Josenhans (plein air painting)

Mark Ollinger (styrofoam sculpture)

Frances Solar (metal weaving)

John Winkler (pottery)

Joseph Wu (origami)

Emily Smith (fibre spinning)

Tojo Goshinmon (wood and leather)

Free Children’s Activity

Make “Meadow Crowns” and “Corn Husk Dolls” with environmental artist Rebecca Graham.

For more information about this event please visit our website at http://nvartscouncil.ca/events/music-in-park

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