LAST WORD FOR JANUARY 26, 2016

Ladysmith Camera Club presents Buying/Upgrading a Photo Editing Computer,

• Jan. 26, 7 p.m., Ladysmith Camera Club presents Buying/Upgrading a Photo Editing Computer, a smart shopper’s guide to choosing the right hardware, by Brad Grigor of Turning Point Arts in Saltair. Hardwick Hall, High Street at 3rd Avenue in Ladysmith. Everyone welcome. Non-members $5 drop-in fee. LCC invites new members, novice to pro. www.LadysmithCameraClub.com

• Jan. 29, 7-10 p.m., Cedar Farmers’ Market hosts a 20 year celebration. Join Ken Hamm and friends, who will entertain at the Cedar Community Hall, 2388 Cedar Road. Silent Auction, refreshments by Coco Café. Tickets $20 online at CedarFarmersmMarket.org, or at the door.

• Jan. 30, 6 p.m., Hair cutting fund-raiser, Rain Stacy will part with her three foot locks to raise funds and awareness for veterans. Hair to be donated to Angel Hair for Kids program. Refreshments available including Beer and Burger for $5; Hotdog and Pop $3. Families welcome. At the Ladysmith Legion #171 on First Ave.

• Jan. 30, 9 p.m., Music by Cameron Latimer and 40 Roses at the Music Hall Food Co., 18 Roberts Street, $15. Phone 250-245-3663 for info.

• Jan. 31, 1-4 p.m., Youth Darts and Pool (ages 14 and up), at the Ladysmith Legion on First Avenue. Free play. Hot dogs $2, pop $2, Bring your parents and challenge them to a game.

• Feb. 1, 7 p.m., Ladysmith Resources Centre Association AGM. With special guest Jenna Foster, speaking on ‘gaining awareness of our own personal leadership to increase our capacity to effectively lead with others.’ Followed by the LRCA business meeting, refreshments and an open house. Any and all interested persons welcome. 630 Second Avenue (in the Seniors Centre). Phone 250-245-3079 for more info.

• Feb. 6, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., I Love Saltair community party. Wholesome food from local businesses; entertainment from singer, song writer Terry Boyle; games, activities and displays. All at the Saltair Community Centre (former Mount Brenton School), 3850 South Oyster School Road. Event for Saltair residents and surrounding area, and anyone who attended the former Mount Brenton School.

Feb. 12, Chemainus Theatre, Opening night for Million Dollar Quartet, Get ready to become flies on the wall of a landmark day in American musical history. A young Jerry Lee Lewis is playing piano for a Carl Perkins recording session, when the sudden appearance of chart-topper Elvis Presley and rising-star Johnny Cash transforms the night into a red-hot recording session. Box office 1-800-565-7738 or chemainustheatre.ca.

 

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