Elvis belongs in Memphis or Maui. At least that's what fans of the King of rock 'n' roll might expect. And there's only so many Elvis tribute shows one can perform in B.C. - at casinos and festivals - (even if the show is changed up regularly) before the market becomes oversaturated.
Artemis Gallery: 104C-4390 Gallant Ave., North Vancouver. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Info: 778-233-9805 or artemisgallery.ca.
BrushStrokes Gallery: Lonsdale Quay, 123 Carrie Cates Court, North Vancouver. Hours: Sunday, 11: 30 a.m.-6 p.m., Thursday, 11: 30 a.m.-6: 30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 11: 30 a.m.-7 p.m. Info: nsartists.ca.
GALLERIES -- Bellevue Gallery: 2475
Books are always a great last-minute gift idea for almost anyone on your list.
Daniel Wesley: Local rocker headlines "Halloween Howl" event hosted by White Rock Firefighters on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Star of the Sea hall in White Rock, with guests Six Gun Romeo. This is a benefit concert to build a beachfront playground in White Rock. Tickets are $30, www. wrff.eventbrite.ca, 604-531-6045.
Tribute band Atlantic Crossing (featuring Mick Dalla-Vee as Elton John) performs Sunday, Oct. 28 at White Rock's Coast Capital Playhouse, with songs by The Beatles and Rod Stewart also on the "Best of the British" set list. See listing under Concerts on page 22.
Clayton (Clay) Owens has mixed feelings about Langley, and specifically Newlands golf course.
It was the year of the microprocessor and hand-held calculators. Pierre Trudeau was Prime Minister. Walt Disney World opened. Sonny and Cher`s Comedy Hour and the film, Love Story premiered, and Simon & Garfunkel won a Grammy for Bridge Over Troubled Water.
Chance Operations: Collective Works on Paper, by Rhonda Neufeld and Rodney Konopaki. Exhibit at the Burnaby Art Gallery at 6344 Deer Lake Ave. Info: 604-297-4422 or www. burnabyartgallery.ca.
AFRICAN GUITAR SUMMIT Uniting the talents of seven musicians, the African Guitar Summit brings together Canadian guitarists of African origin in a star-studded collective. All are experts in their individual musical cultures, and together they create musical magic and rhythms that will warm a January night. Experience a mix of musicians who are distinct in backgrounds and languages, yet share stories and sing each other's praises in a unique cultural fusion!
Thousands of people turned out on a brilliant, sunny long weekend Sunday to celebrate the 12th Street Music Festival.
A troupe of young dancers based in Burnaby were on stage and in the spotlight at Disneyland Resorts recently.
There'll be music in the streets next Sunday, July 31. Well, 12th Street at least.