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This week's 7 days on the North Shore
Thursday, Jan. 30
Meaning in portraits. Exploring the work of 28 artists, About Face features paintings, photography and sculpture that capture the essence of the human face rendered in realistic, impressionistic and semi-abstract styles. About Face runs until March 1 at CityScape Community Art Space. For more info: nvartscouncil.ca.
Friday, Jan. 31
Soulful blues. Join acclaimed Canadian vocalist and songwriter Royal Wood for an evening of rich and haunting ballads at BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts. For more info: capilanou.ca/blueshorefinancialcentre.
Saturday, Feb. 1
Contemporary classics. The Blueridge Chamber Music Festival presents Swedish-American pianist Elias-Axel Petterson in a recital featuring Bach, Gershwin, Sciabin and Chopin. The performance takes place at Mount Seymour United Church from 7 to 9 p.m. For more info: northvancouver.com/events.
Sunday, Feb. 2
What a story! Cric? Crac! Sunday Storytelling Series is coming to West Vancouver. Presented by the North Shore Storytellers, traditional and contemporary tales will be told as tea and cookies are served. For more info: silkpurse.ca.
Monday, Feb. 3
Changing times. North Shore Caregiver Support presents Growth & Change, a workshop on how to pursue growth and resiliency through times of change. Learn how your mind responds to stress, how to connect with your own needs and ways to cope when overwhelmed. For more info, call 604-982-3320 or email email@example.com.
Tuesday, Feb. 4
Pippin arrives in West Van. Rockridge Theatre Company presents Pippin, a musical comedy about a young prince who searches for meaning in his life before taking the throne. Pippin is currently a hit on Broadway, complete with a toe-tapping score, dance numbers and an ending that may surprise you. For more info: kaymeekcentre.com.
Wednesday, Feb. 5
Climate change on our conscience. Today is the opening of Deborah Bakos’ latest exhibit at the District Library Gallery. With thoughts of climate change looming, her paintings show a cultural shift towards art that can provoke us. The show runs until March 25. For more info: nvartscouncil.ca.