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Gibsons Legion: Barnet Brothers Band

Come on down to the Gibsons Legion #109 and enjoy some hard driving country honky- tonk music. We have a special guest Larry Evans friend of Randy and Lorne’s coming from Vancouver! Let’s support our local legion!

RC Legion: La Chinga

Local rock machine SINMOBILE and vintage Turbonegro tribute, KISS THE KNIFE open. Doors at 8:00

Sechelt Legion: Blue Western

with Mike Evans, Archie MacLean, Warren Allan & Garth Bowen. Everyone is invited and you don’t need to be a member.

RC Legion: 45s for 45!

As Sam Pulpo celebrates his 45th roation around the planet, we bring you a night the finest DJs spinning vinyl records all night long.

Stephan LaCasse at Gibsons Legion

Stephan will be performing live on February 25th at the Gibsons Legion from 7:30pm to 10:30pm. He will be performing a mix of original music from the newly released album, “Whiskey Creek Surf Shop Blues” as well as some crowd-favourite cover songs. Admission is by donation to the Legion or bring a non-perishable food item for the food bank.

RC Legion: Steve Hinton Band

based on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. The full dance floor is what they live for – Swing – Shuffle – Rhumba – Two step and yes a little belly rubbing thrown in for good measure.

PH Legion: 46th Annual Burns Ceilidh

An annual tradition at the Madeira Park Legion celebration of Scotland’s national poet  with entertainment by the Coast String Fiddlers and the Pender Harbour Pipe Band.
Poet’s hour begins at 6 p.m. with a roast beef dinner starting at 7 p.m.

Get tickets ($50) at the Legion or Harbour Insurance.

PR – Powell River Legion: Burns, Burger, & Beer

Includes a burger (or vegan option), haggis, one beer or wine, pipe band performance, silent auction, door prize, and perhaps even some spontaneous recitals of Robbie Burns’ poetry. Wear a kilt if you have one.

A fundraiser for Clansman Pipes & Drums

Sechelt Legion: Robbie Burns Night

to celebrate Robbie Burns.  It commemorates the life of the bard (poet) Robert Burns, who was born on January 25, 1759. Enjoy the skirl of pipes, the delightful lilt of the Coast Fiddlers, and dinner of soup followed by Tatties & Neeps, Haggis and Roast Beef.

Tickets $50 at the bar.

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