Salt Fall/Winter 2014 - page 14

The Belfry Theatre keeps us
entertained all year round with live
performances of contemporary
plays in a distinctively heritage
setting: a former Baptist church
built between 1887 and 1892.
This season’s highlights include
The Rez Sisters, Spring
Venus in Fur.
As always, Dance Victoria has
some spectacular shows lined
up, starting with BalletBoyZ in
November and the Royal Winnipeg
in December.
Famous for more than just
murals, Chemainus offers some
impressive entertainment on its
stage, including
Joe DiPietro’s
Over the River and Through the
Sherlock Holmes and
the Case of the Christmas Carol
On Stage
Furniture with Heart
Original, eclectic, customized, handcrafted designs
created from sustainable and reclaimed local
materials — that’s the focus for Cristian Arostegui
G., a Chilean-born furniture maker who has brought
his heart and his artistry to Vancouver Island.
Creatures Big and Small...
in Bronze
Bronze sculptor Paul Harder loves animals, reptiles, and fish and
he recreates them all in stunning bronze sculptures at his studio in
Deep Cove. You could go with a cougar, wolf, sea otter, or a bear,
or perhaps an English bulldog on a skateboard is more your style.
Functional pieces include coffee tables with giant octopus bases
(he sent three to a client in the U.K.), or how about a seahorse
dining table?
Winter on the
west coast
of the Island
means massive
waves, crashing
surf, howling
winds, and salty
spray — and
people love it!
Storm watching
season is from
to February
and getaway
packages offer
front-row seats
to the natural
only here
Jo-Ann Loro/Salt Magazine
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