Comox Valley Community Justice Centre and the Sid Williams Theatre Society present…
In recognition of former BC Lt. Governor Iona Campagnolo’s life-long commitments to justice for First Nations, equity for women and men around the world and here at home, her notable work on behalf of the protection of the environment, and her frequent contributions as the Comox Valley Community Justice Centre’s (CJC) “Ambassador for Restorative Justice”, the CJC launched an annual lecture series in her name.
Each year, the CJC invites a special guest speaker to present their insights and ideas about the role, function and effects of enhancing the practice of restorative justice in modern society.
This year celebrates the 10th anniversary of the lecture series. The special guest is Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson who will participate in the lecture event and also perform a special concert with her band SGaanaGwa.
CAMPAGNOLO LECTURE 10TH ANNIVERSARY
THURS OCTOBER 14, 2021 – 7:00 PM
Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson will be providing a different take on restorative justice for the 10th Annual Campagnolo Lecture. Her lecture will bring together the multiple areas in which she works (law, writing, visual arts, music, environmental justice, Haida language and culture preservation). All of these endeavours are incorporated in her approach to Restorative Justice, with many lessons for a diverse community in how Restorative Justice can be applied across many fields. Her presentation will primarily focus on her work in the areas of law and music.
CAMPAGNOLO LECTURE ANNIVERSARY CONCERT – SGAANAGWA
SAT OCTOBER 16, 2021 – 7:30 PM
SGaanaGwa is a compelling collaboration exploring the Haida worldview of a Supernatural landscape through traditional Haida music interwoven with influences from jazz, blues, folk, and rock. SGaanaGwa is a Haida culture and language project of award-winning singer, artist, and lawyer Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson, legendary musicians Bill Henderson and Claire Lawrence of the acclaimed rock band Chilliwack; Western Canadian Music Awards 2019 Jazz Artist of the Year bassist Jodi Proznick; and renowned vocalists Saffron Henderson and Camille Henderson.
PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES IN EFFECT
Limited Seating Capacity
This in-person event is limited to a maximum audience of 250 people. The seating map has been arranged to provide at least one empty seat between each pod of seats.
Proof of Vaccination
All patrons ages 12 and over will be required to show proof of vaccination using the BC COVID-19 Vaccine Card and a piece of government issued ID to attend events at the Sid Williams Theatre. Patrons under age 12 can attend events with a fully vaccinated adult. There are NO exceptions to this Public Health Order. For more info visit the BC government site.
PLEASE NOTE: Proof of vaccination will be checked in a lineup outside the venue. Tickets will be scanned after stepping into the venue.
All patrons ages 12 and over are required to wear a mask at all times, except while eating or drinking at their seat. Masks must cover the nose, mouth, and chin. As per the BC mask mandate, face shields are NOT considered a substitute for a mask.
The theatre lounge will remain closed until further notice. Bottled water will be available for sale (no cash transactions) at coat check.
COVID-19 safety protocols may be adjusted with limited notice as required by provincial and municipal public health orders or this event may be postponed. All ticket holders will be notified of any changes.