Next Jazz Jam is on Monday night - 7:30 to 9:30pm April 23rd
Come by our cozy Bistro - enjoy the energetic sounds of local jammers - while enjoying warm (and cool) food from our kitchen. We have delicious soups, scrumptious pies and other light fare available on Mondays! Beer on tap, wines and ciders also served.
Thursdays 12:00 - 1:30 pm
(Music by Donation).
Stringz Aloud: Don Kellett (guitar, mandolin, steel guitar), Susan Vigneux (guitar, vocals)
Jeremy Wong ( vocals) & friends
The Sax of Us - Ken Hackwell (tenor sax, flute), Michael Guild (guitar),
Mark Wardrope (bass, vocals)
Bryony Ollier & friends
Jeremy Wong & friends
Meet with other creative folks, share ideas, collaborate in artistic endeavours ; or perhaps get help on how to explore your artistic potential....
We meet every other Thursday for snacks/light lunch at the Gallery Bistro - from 1:30pm to 3:00pm.
You might want to come early (noon to 1:30) - to take in the Thursday Lunchtime music - while enjoying a bowl of soup - or sandwich and coffee.
These get-togethers are for artists across the creative spectrum -
Contact: Rose Kapp firstname.lastname@example.org
Next meet-up - Thursday, April 26
Mike Cody and The Woodpeckers play fast, foot stomping, toe curling Irish-Bluegrass music. Devon Wells on banjo and Chris Russell on guitar, two of the finest bluegrass players around and Wild Oscar on the fiddle-bodhran with angelic backing vocals all join Mike for this extraordinarily fun night.
Lana and Ben have re-organized Open Mic Night --
Time : 6pm-9pm
at the Gallery Bistro serving great food, local Moody Ales, wine, pies, YUM!
The Port Moody Ukulele Club usually meets on the 2nd Wed of every month at The Gallery Bistro. Next date will be Wed., May 9.
Doors open at 5:30pm with time to order food and drinks, then playing from 6:30-8:30pm. Open to all skill levels.
The Port Moody Uke Night, has a suggested drop-in fee of $2-$5. The group uses the "Heritage Uke Club" Songbooks for their sing-a-longs on Wed nights. There are two new songs added each time - available through email. Attendees are invited to bring their own ukuleles, or use one of a limited number on loan. Contact Linda O'Connell for further info at email@example.com .
The Wild Blue Herons (WBH) - Bill Sample (piano), Darlene Ketchum (Vocals) along with bass player, Miles Hill, will play for us on Sat, May 12th. They have played Frankie's Jazz Club, Pat's Pub, Jazz Vespers at St. Andrew's Wesley United Church and more - playing a combination of jazz, funk, soul, blues,'smoky' ballads, groove with complex chords and great rhythms, and of course, soulful melodies. Their songs are broadly accessible and are filled with themes of love and social consciousness. .... All making for a diverse and dynamic evening to be long-remembered.
"Canada's premier 'old school' harp wizard has never sounded better. Harpdog's effortless vocal delivery is a rare and natural gift." - Holger Petersen - CKUA, CBC and SiriusXM Broadcaster
Charlie Musselwhite says "Harpdog's got a smokin' band playing and he's singing the real deal, old school blues just like you want to hear it. The tune I did with Harpdog, Moose On The Loose, was a whole lotta fun. I ain't lyin'!"
"They play the blues naturally and without gimmicks or pretension, and when you combine that with their talent, it places them at the top of their trade… You won't find a better blues band in Canada." - West Coast Entertainment Magazine
Listen to Music samples at http://www.harpdogbrown.com/
This event will sell out fast - so get tickets soon.
Wed May 16 Winetasting is SOLD-OUT
The following May 23 date is still available - but it will sell out quickly!
The last Sunday of the month is usually our Soup Making time -
from 5:30pm - 8:30pm
You can either book a full event (14 or 15 people) or join a
mixed group and meet new friends. The group is supplied with
all the ingredients, directions and - with the help of a guest chef - have fun making 3 big pots of hearty soup. Most of this is ladelled into containers, labelled (and delivered (by organizers) to Joy's Place - a safe house for women and their children in the Tri-cities.
After the soup is packaged - then the party changes gears - and its time for the group to
enjoy some of their soup, delicious salad and some wine - while relaxing and socializing.
To get more details or learn next opening dates: go to www.soupsisters.org/