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Event Archive - Music in the Park Daily: Matt Kinnumen, Without A Net, Terry Wicks, O’Brien School of Irish Dance, Della Rice-Sylvester, Cara Mccandless, Naomi Payan, Jessica Blakney, Adam Bay, Mapstone

Thu. July 19th 2018 - Thu. July 19th 2018 Charles Hoey Memorial Park - CFS Stage Duncan BC
noon - 8:00pm
Free
Noon Matt Kinnumen - guitar/vocals-originals and folk/pop covers

1pm Without a Net - guitar/clarinet/flute / vocals- irish meets klesmer with a distinct political view

2pm Terry Wicks - guitar/vocals - originals/blues/ folk sometimes with guests

3pm Teacher / Student Showcase - O’Brien School of Irish Dance

4pm Historical Talks - Della Rice Sylvester - First Nations view of local medicinal plants and their harvests/uses

5pm Gals Who Writes Songs - Cara McCandless / Naomi Payan / Jessica Blakney - 3 songwriters in a workshop format they trade off songs and join in each other’s when available

6pm Adam Bay – didgeridoo and slide washburn guitar musings from the shores of Shawnigan Lake, he will surely bring his debut CD for you to take home

7pm Mapstone - calling Australia home part of the time, they bring their reggae felt grooves to the table for the third time over the years

Location: Train Station/ Caboose
4pm-7pm CVAC- Unexpected Art - exploring different ways to be creative - art demonstrations and inspiration each week during the 39 Days of July - watch for the tent

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Terry Wicks (Rock/Blues/Jazz/Country)

TERRY WICKS Musician / PRODUCER Short Bio Terry Wicks began his musical career in Victoria in the early '70's, fronting various bands (1963)“The Gents”, (1964) “The Prerafalite Movement”,1965”Ken Tahony Band”,1975 “Sling Shot” 1977”Southern Comfort”and also performing as a single artist. Terry also recored over 20 of his tune... more info

Della Rice-Sylvester (Della works in healing arts & natural ingredients)

Della Rice-Sylvester is a healer, cultural keeper, singer, ethnobotonist, & workshop trainer of the Cowichan peoples of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Healing clays, teas, baths, salts, herbs, and spices are yours for the taking and /or for giving as a gift to your favorite friends. Book your appointment now for a private, group, or wedding /part... more info
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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division