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Day 20 Overview

Location: CFS Stage
CVAC- Unexpected Art - Train Station/Caboose 4pm-7pm
Evening Entertainment City Square Stage 7:30pm

Noon   Matt Kinnumen
- guitar/vocals-originals and folk/pop covers

1pm   Without a Net - guitar/clarinet/flute / vocals- irish meets klesmer with a distinct political view

2pm   Terry Wicks  - guitar/vocals - originals/blues/ folk sometimes with guests

3pm   Teacher  / Student Showcase - O’Brien School of Irish Dance

4pm  Historical Talks - Della Rice Sylvester - First Nations view of local medicinal plants and their harvests/uses

5pm   Gals Who Writes Songs - Cara McCandless / Naomi Payan / Jessica Blakney - 3 songwriters in a workshop format they trade off songs and join in each other’s when available

6pm  Adam Bay – didgeridoo and slide washburn guitar musings from the shores of Shawnigan Lake, he will surely bring his debut CD for you to take home

7pm   Mapstone  - calling Australia home part of the time, they bring their reggae felt grooves to the table for the third time over the years

Location: Train Station/ Caboose
4pm-7pm   CVAC- Unexpected Art  -
exploring different ways to be creative - art demonstrations and inspiration each week during the 39 Days of July - watch for the tent

Evening Entertainment
Location: City Square Stage
7:30pm  Calum Graham
 - recently named one of the World’s Top 30 Guitarists under 30 by Acoustic Guitar Magazine

8:30pm  Leeroy Stagger  - a singer-songwriter of alternative country, he has released 11 studio recordings to date and now signed with True North Records touring North America and Europe endlessly   

For Artists Bios, visit our Lunch in the Park page.

For more events, visit our Walkabout Wednesdays page.

Also visit our City Square Events page.

Earlier Event: July 17
Blues On Tuesdays
Later Event: July 18
Teacher/Student Showcase