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Welcome to the Hardware Girls Events page.
Check out our upcoming shows and past events!
June 28, 2016 7pm by donation Waterwheel Park Chemainus B.C. Hosted by Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society
July 1, 2016 Canada Day 3pm Free event Train Station Park Duncan B.C 39 Days of July Festival
We had a wonderful time playing for the volunteers at the Chemainus Theatre What a warm reception from the wonderful people who help put on the amazing shows there every year.
Hardware Girls will be playing for the International Women’s Day Potluck at the Eagles Hall in Duncan, B.C. on Friday March 4, 2016. The event runs from 5pm-9pm with dinner at 6:00. We will be playing at around 7:00.
Hardware Girls Hometown CD Release Show
“Cd in Hand” Show Duncan B.C.
We are excited to announce we will be playing our “CD In Hand” show at the Duncan Showroom, 133 Station St. (upstairs) in Duncan, B.C. on Saturday Nov. 7, 2015. Joining us on stage will be Glen Foster on electric guitar and Paul Jutras on drums. It’s going to be a great time! Looking forward to seeing you there!!
39 Days Of July 2015
We had a wonderful time playing the 39 Days Of July Festival again this year. Special thanks to Longevity John Falkner and “Ted Cadillac” for hosting and to Glen Foster and Paul Jutras for joining us on stage.
Welcome to the 2015- 39 Days of July Cowichan Summer Festival in Downtown Duncan!
We will be playing five shows for the Cowichan Summer Festival’s 39 Days of July. The festival features 333 shows over 39 days from June 26th until August 3rd, with free music in the Charles Hoey Memorial Park at the train station in Duncan from noon until 8pm every day.
Brought to you by the Duncan Cowichan Festival Society and a variety of community sponsors, all of these scheduled musical events are designed to bring the community together to celebrate our diverse local, Canadian, and international music scenes.
Thank you to President and Artistic Director Longevity John Falkner and to sound engineer Tim “Ted Cadillac”.
Cowichan Exhibition 2014 We really enjoyed playing the Cowichan Exhibition again. It was a beautiful, sunny day at the fair grounds, and we rocked the stage while the midway rides, horse shows, zucchini car races and many other wild and wonderful activities went on around us. Thank you to Bill Cymbala who sat in on drums, and Ian MacDonald on the sound board. Thanks also to Shari Paterson, Executive Director of the Cowichan Exhibition, for inviting us to play. http://www.cowex.ca/
39 Days of July, Duncan B.C. 2013 and 2014 This fabulous festival has been building steam for a few years now, and is just getting bigger and better. “39 days of free music in the park.” It is a huge undertaking and we are so proud to be a part of it. We have seen some incredible shows and have been exposed to numerous musicians we would have never had the chance to experience. It makes for a wonderful July of playing music and listening to music, and meeting new people! http://cowichanfestival.com/
Duncan Showroom The new and improved Duncan Showroom opened in its new location at 330 Duncan St. Duncan, BC on May 1, 2014 http://www.showroomproductions.ca/
Duncan Garage Showroom Including all of our Dress Rehearsal Tuesdays shows, birthday parties, and fund raising events, we played the Duncan Garage Showroom over 150 times during the 10 years it was open … https://duncangarageshowroom.wordpress.com/
We even received a Golden Duck award for our 10 years of dedication to the old Duncan Garage Showroom…
Cowichan Exhibition This was our first time playing the Cowichan Exhibition. It was raining cats and dogs at the old fair grounds that day …
Avalon Horse Show
It was a beautiful day at the Avalon Equestrian Centre when we played for their annual Horse Show. Paul Jutras sat in with us on the drums. Thanks to Jeff Winship and his family for inviting us to play at this wonderful event.
Water Wheel Park in Chemainus B.C.
We had a wonderful time playing at the band shell in Water Wheel Park in Chemainus. What a beautiful setting. We so enjoyed playing for our town! Thank you to the Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society. www.cvcas.com