Harmony Arts Festival: featuring Gung Haggis paddler Richard Montagna + The Paperboys

Harmony Arts Festival: featuring Gung Haggis paddler Richard Montagna + The Paperboys


Richard Montagna
was our “official photographer” for the Gung Haggis Fat Choy
Robbie Burns Chinese New Year Dinner in January… as well, he is part
of this year's gold medal winning Gung Haggis dragon boat team in Vernon, where Richard's first dragon boat race was last year.  Interesting thing about Richard… he lived in China and taught english in Beijing.  While living in Alaska he ran sled dogs and organized Iditarod Tours.  On the drive back from Vernon a few days ago, we discovered that he has spent more time in China, than the 3 Chinese-Canadian paddlers riding with him, who were born in Vancouver, High River AB, and South Africa.

3:00
pm
Richard
Montaga

Landscape Photography in the Digital World

Join professional photographer, Richard Montagna, for an
informative
talk on landscape photography. Tips and techniques on how
to capture stunning nature and landscape images will be discussed.
FREE
in the Art Tent


The Paper Boys were featured in the CBC Vancouver award-nominated television performance special CBC TV Special “Gung Haggis Fat Choy”

They were part of the very first music video” every filmed at Vancouver's famed Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Gardens.  Playing with them in gardens were Vancouver police Constable Tim Fanning on bagpipes and chinese flautist Ming Pan. 

7:30 John Lawson Park
West Vancouver

The Paperboys
Presented by CBC Radio
– Recorded live for Sounds like Summer
Celtic-Canadian Folk band The Paperboys kick off this year’s festival, bringing their energetic live show to John Lawson Park.

Each
of the Paperboys last five albums has been nominated for a Juno Award
and 1998’s ‘Molinos’ won for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year.

Spirit of the West

The
Paperboys routinely sell out shows in some of the most popular and
prestigious clubs and festivals throughout Canada, the U.S., Mexico and
Europe.

The
band is currently touring in support of their new album ‘The Road To
Ellenside’ released in the summer of 2006 on True North Records.

It’s
not often that an independent band can maintain such a successful and
acclaimed career for more than a decade. The Paperboys attribute this
accomplishment largely to the connection they make with their fans.
Every live show is full of smiling, dancing people who sing along to
every song
.

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