PRAS Summer Festival June 21-July 1 kicks off

 

Drum making workshop with Jorge Lewis

June 21 – Tin Wis Carving Shed, Tofino 1- 3pm

A unique opportunity to create your own drum, with specialist drum maker Jorge Lewis!

Cost: $125 – $225 depending on drum size. Pre-register at 250.726.2443

 

Film Screening on Father’s Day

June 21 – Howler’s Family Restaurant, Ucluelet 7pm

“My Father and the Man in Black”

The only inside look at “bad boy” Johnny Cash – as seen through the eyes of his long-time manager, Saul Holiff – the man who put Johnny together with June.

Cost: $5 

 

Drum making workshop with Jorge Lewis

June 22 – Du Quah Gallery, Ucluelet 1- 3pm

A unique opportunity to create your own drum, with specialist drum maker Jorge Lewis!

Cost: $125 – $225 depending on drum size. Pre-register at 250.726.2443

 

“Mob Bounce” and “Nick Sherman” – Performance and workshop

June 22 – Hitacu, Ucluelet First Nations Gym 4-9pm

June 23 – Ahousaht – Maaqtusiis Gym 1-5pm

Two music & song-writing workshops, followed by performances by both acts. Free to attend and open to everyone! Donations accepted to the PRAS Youth Programme.

 

“Nick Sherman” – Performance

June 23 – Black Rock Oceanfront Resort, Cellar Room 8pm

Ojibway singer/songwriter Nick Sherman performs live at Black Rock!

Cost: $10

 

On Foot 

June 24 – Clayoquot Community Theatre, Tofino 8pm

An evening in Jazz Tap Percussion with Danny Nielsen, one of Canada’s brightest rising tap talents. Playing an array of jazz tunes from swing to hard bop, this evening promises to leave you mesmerized and mind blown. 

Cost: $15

 

SKAM POP UP Theatre

June 25 – Pacific Rim Visitors Centre

June 26 – Ucluelet Village Green

A Pop-Up theatre of short, short shows in a small, small theatre. Look for the theatre on the back of SKAM’s Mobile Performance Venue (a.k.a. truck).

$2 seats

 

 

“Vancouver Island Cello Ensemble”

June 26 – LongBeach Lodge -Sandbar, Tofino 2 – 3:30pm

The Vancouver Island’s own much respected cellist, Helena Jung, will present a stunning cello concert at this gorgeous outdoor venue.

By Donation to the PRAS Youth Programme.

 

“Shred Kelly” with “The Barkley Sounds” as the Opening Band

June 26 – ANAF 293, Ucluelet – 8pm

Come and rock out to Shred Kelly and local band The Barkley Sounds!

$15

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