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Antique & Collectables Roadshow to be held at Trail Bay Mall

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On Saturday, Feb. 25 bring your family heirlooms, mysterious art work, jewellery and memorabilia down to the Antique & Collectables Roadshow to be appraised. This year, the Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives annual fundraising event will take place at Trail Bay Mall in Sechelt from 10am-3pm. Any item that you can carry into the mall ... Read More »

SAR teams continue to practice for all weather conditions

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These challenging days of snow and icy winter are no match for the spirit and energy of Search and Rescue volunteers, who continue to spend their time upgrading personal skills and technical knowledge. For these teams, a life-affirming antidote to cabin fever and media overload is found in the active application of compassion, teamwork and ... Read More »

What’s a Community School? A chance to find out in PH

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The Pender Harbour Community School invites you to an Open House on Tuesday, Feb. 21.  Drop in anytime between 11:30am and 1:30pm for some snacks and a chance to connect with the friendly people who provide ongoing programs and services in the Pender Harbour and Egmont area. If you’ve ever wondered what the Community School ... Read More »

Join online discussion on Clowhom Dam

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What would you do to support species and conserve habitats impacted by BC Hydro dams? The Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP) wants to your help to define FWCP priorities for fish and wildlife impacted by the Clowhom Dam. Please join our online discussion Tuesday, Feb. 21, from 2-4 pm. The dam is on the ... Read More »

Sally Ann celebrates Coast Santa spirit

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The Salvation Army hosted a lunch on Jan. 28 to thank the 180 volunteers who staffed their collection kettles over the Christmas period. The total raised in the Kettle Campaign is expected to be about $75,000 when the accounting is complete, money that supports the Army programs on the Coast throughout the year.   Donna ... Read More »

Music School’s Coffee House worth a visit

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Looking for an evening out?  An opportunity to be entertained by local musicians?  Check out the Pender Harbour School of Music’s Coffee House.  Now in it’s fifth year, this event happens on the second Friday of each month and is a great venue for musicians across the Coast; an opportunity for young musicians wishing to ... Read More »

Getting past those public speaking jitters early

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Public speaking can be nerve-wracking at any age, but these kids are already learning how to take the podium with poise.  They are enrolled in the Headstart Public Speaking for Kids program, which held presentation nights in Gibsons and Sechelt. Here, 12-year-old Joshua Fowler acts as the MC, welcoming eight-year-old Hazel Gatzke to the stage ... Read More »

‘Chicago Club Night’ in Pender Harbour

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Looking for a chance to get out for a night of great food, music and fun? Following the success of last Aprils’ New York Club Night, Ken Johnson presents Chicago Club Night on Saturday, Feb. 11 at the beautiful Sarah Wray Hall in Irvine’s Landing.  If you haven’t been to the newly renovated Sarah Wray ... Read More »

Renovated Thrift Store grand re-opening

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Sunshine coast Healthcare Auxiliary volunteers pose in their newly-renovated Thrift Store, at 5693 Cowrie St. in Sechelt. The auxiliary is having a “grand re-opening celebration” at the store on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 1pm.  Photo submitted Read More »

Planning ahead for a time of life when plans will be harder to make


Tuesday Talks is a new adult program at the Sechelt Library. On Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 1:30pm representatives from the Sunshine Coast Hospice Society will talk about Advance Care Planning. Advance Care Planning is an opportunity for you to reflect on your beliefs, values, and wishes. It can also help you plan how you will ... Read More »

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