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Thefts in Halfmoon Bay

Property owners in the Halfmoon Bay area are being asked to safeguard their property following a recent spike in property thefts. Over the past week, a wide range of items including bicycles, laptops and jewelry have been stolen in the area between Southwood Road and Northwood Road in Halfmoon Bay. In some cases, items such ... Read More »

Drunk driver caught twice in one day

A 49 year-old man from Gibsons may be facing numerous criminal charges after being arrested twice on the same day for driving while impaired. Around 8:45am on Oct. 16, Sunshine Coast RCMP received multiple calls about a possible impaired driver in the Gibsons area, driving a grey 2001 Pontiac Sunfire, two-door. The driver was reported ... Read More »

Your car in winter

As the seasons change, motorists must take steps to safeguard their vehicles, especially when the season changes from fall to winter. Taking steps to prepare vehicles for winter weather is a vital step that can make cars and trucks safer for drivers and their passengers. Old batteries should be replaced before winter begins. Most batteries ... Read More »

“All Hallow’s Eve” Sunshine Coast Museum

The Museum is very excited to announce the terrifying return of our popular “All Hallows’ Eve” event on Oct. 31 from 4-8pm. Every Halloween, the Sunshine Coast Museum transforms into the haunted Museum with spooky fun for the whole family – and this year promises to be the best yet. New this year, Driftwood Players ... Read More »

Art for the school greenhouse

Sunshine Coast artist Gordon Halloran has teamed up with students from Davis Bay Elementary School and Sechelt Sustainable Community (SSC) for his latest art installation that is a part of the 2016 Sunshine Coast Art Crawl. When Halloran got the go-ahead to create an art piece on the topic of water in the Sechelt Sustainable ... Read More »

“Howdy Neighbour” Potluck

A “Howdy Neighbour” potluck at the Roberts Creek Hall Oct. 16 drew about 150 people, including a good number who are new to the Coast.  The event, which featured food, music and community information, was sponsored by the Roberts Creek Community Association and designed to welcome newcomers who have moved here following the summer spike ... Read More »

Sunshine Coast Art Crawl

This year’s much anticipated Sunshine Coast Art Crawl features 41 new venues with a total of 130 artist studios and galleries open to the public Oct. 21 to 23. A veteran of the Crawl, internationally renowned painter Marleen Vermeulen will be exhibiting new works with textile artist Ursula Bentz. Vermeulen’s work is instantly recognizable for ... Read More »

Visions of home

The Gibsons Public Art Gallery GPAG sent out a call to its members suggesting that they submit an original work of art on the theme “Visions of Home” and more than 40 submissions were received. These works will be exhibited from Oct. 20 through Nov. 5, prior to a grand auction that evening. There will ... Read More »

Coast Events – October 20 – 31

October 20 Community Futures presents Michael Shuman on local development, Chatelech Secondary theatre, 6:45pm, $15 October 20 Four National Film Board shorts on “visions of home” and a talk about Habitat for Humanity, Gibsons Public Art Gallery, 7-8:30pm, free October 20 Creative in the Creek, hosted by David Roche with Vanessa Schroeder, Kendra Shand Band ... Read More »

Weekly Horoscope – October 21 – 27

Tip of the Week: Relationship oriented, diplomatic and broadminded, often indecisive and moody yet colorful and lovely Libra, now yields to Scorpio. All the flirtatious fun and romantic delights now turn to foreplay followed by the plunge. Oh, behave! The deepening darkness of Scorpio brings mystery and passionate pleasures that transcend diplomatic dialogue. Cool crisp air ... Read More »

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