Arts/Entertainment/Culture, Sections, Where we live — By JD Booth on October 21, 2011 at 1:21 pm
Well in advance of the next First Friday Cultural Walkabout scheduled for November 4, organizers have released information on what will be available to those who attend.
The events are listed below:
Ups N’ Downs Pub & Grill 226 Front St. N.
Ups N Downs presents Funk Eh! 9:30pm to 1:30am www.upsndowns.net
Coffee Culture 130 Lochiel St.
Coffee Culture Presents: The sweet smooth sound of the Sunset Jazz Band 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Come & enjoy Premium coffees, baked goods, & desserts… …while listening to the smooth sound of the Sunset Jazz Band
Stardust Book Lounge 190 Christina St. N.
The Stardust Book Lounge presents: Kids Christmas Book Drive for the Inn of the Good Shepherd catered by the: “Sparkling Ladies”
Please bring in a new or like-new children’s book to be donated to the Inn’s Christmas basket program and receive a special gift… “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.” ~ Dr. Seuss
theStory 179 Christina St. N.
Uncover the Secrets of the Shoes
Sarnia Lambton Coordinating Committee on Violence Against Women is pleased to announce, “Walk the Talk Exhibit” shoe display of women and children who have been killed by their partners
Imperial theatre 168 Christina St. N.
SEE ANNE OF GREEN GABLES NOV. 11-19 • Tickets at the Box Office
R. W. LAWTON GALLERY “SHADES OF GREY” all media continues through NOVEMBER 21, Mon – Sat 11 am to 5 pm
MORE : 50/50 TICKETS & Lambton Cultural Pocket Calendars
trinity lounge Temple Bar (upstairs) 146 Christina St. N.
Trinity Lounge presents Dexter Clayton Beauregard and the Dependables Fri. Nov 4th @ 9:00pm NO COVER
TRINITY LOUNGE BRINGING YOU THE BEST IN BLUES
Lawrence House Centre For The Arts 127 Christina St. S.
78th Annual Colours Show
David Plain Book Launch “1300 Moons”
The LHCA is pleased to present its 8th annual Floyd Gibson Colours Show, featuring the Mayor’s Award of $500. The winning piece of artwork will be added to our permanent collection. This juried show features artists and artisans from throughout Lambton County.
1300 Moons is a new historical/fiction novel authored by David D. Plain. It is based on the life of Ojibwa chief Kioscance or Young Gull who lived during the French regime in North America. After the Iroquois War Young Gull led his band south to settle at Aamjiwnaang at the foot of Lake Huron.
Cheeky Monkey 130 Christina St. N.
SARNIA PHOTOGRAPHIC CLUB 7th Annual Photo Contest Exhibit 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Exhibition of 7th Annual Photo Contest hosted by Sarnia Photographic Club in 3 different themes and multiple age groups. Vote for the People’s Choice Award now until Nov. 26.
Live Music with COLIN GRAF 7:00pm – 9:00pm
With a range of over 300 years, from Bach to The Beatles, enjoy an evening of acoustic guitar music alternately invigorating and relaxing played by Colin Graf.
Limbo lounge 196 Christina St. N.
Braun Halo 9:30pm to 12:00pm
BRAUN HALO Listen to Brian Hall and his friends in their 3 piece acoustic band.
Artopia Gallery & Framing 188 Christina St. N
Innovative Framing & Design Excellence By: Corinne Schieman 6:00pm to 10:00pm New Collection of Original Art Framing 15% OFF Live A Vibrant Life!
Artopia Gallery & Framing has a collection of New Arrivals of Original Art that will enhance your personal & corporate space. Artopia also offers creative solutions for the framing & presentation of any work of art using acid-free materials to museum standards. For the month of November, Artopia is offering 15% OFF all Framing.
The Urban Nature Centre 184 Christina St. N.
Tea Tasting Night 6:00p.m. – 9:00p.m. Carolinian Tea 18 varieties, 4 blends, sample the flavours, make your own blends
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH • Tea Tasting Night • 6pm-9pm Carolinian Tea 18 varieties – Black Cohosh, Blue cohosh, Boneset, Echinacea, Elder Berries, Nettle, Raspberry Leaf, White Willow, Blue Vervain, Sassafras, Wild Yam, Juniper, Hibiscus, Rose Hips, Wild Bergamot 4 blends – Pick me up, Lay me down, Immune booster, Super C. Sample the flavours, make your own blends.
Blackwater Coffee & Tea Co, 170 Christina St. N.
Nic Swales live onstage 8-10 pm Artwork exhibit by… Martin Renaud.. All month long
Blackwater A Downtown original PIZZA – a First Friday tradition!! Slices available – Eat in or Take out. Hand-tossed & stone baked with fresh local ingredients. Fresh Roasted Fair Trade Organic coffee & supporting homegrown talent in the heart of Sarnia’s downtown, since 1998
Gallery Lambton 150 Christina St. N.
10 local artists go head-to-head in this painting competition, for one night only. Come cheer on your favourite artist and buy a ticket to win their painting!
“My Gallery” Photo Booth
See yourself on the outside of the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery on December First Friday by having your photo taken in our photo booth.
Visit the Gallery to view Tom Thompson’s Chill November on display. Support the Capital Campaign by ordering the Gallery Feature from participating restaurants.
Be involved and be inspired! Come in and find out how you can make a difference. The Volunteer Information Fair is on all weekend long.
For more info visit www.artgallerylambton.ca