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Holiday Mimosa

Ingredients Original recipe makes 6 drinks 1/4 cup orange liqueur (such as Grand Marnier®) 2 tablespoons white sugar 1 cup orange juice 1 (750 milliliter) bottle brut champagne, chilled Directions Pour the orange liqueur in a shallow bowl; put the sugar in a saucer. Dip just the rims of 6 glasses in the orange liqueur ... Read More »

The excitement of The Nutcracker

Tickets for the third annual production of Coasting Along Theatre Society’s The Nutcracker are on sale now and going quickly! Joining our own talented local dancers and actors are five professional, international guest artists. We are thrilled to welcome back Miguel Nguyen for his third season as our Cavalier: a challenging role that showcases Miguel’s ... Read More »

Performance: A Winter Solstice Celebration

The very talented artists that performed in the spring DoReTEA concert series are back to present A Celebration of the Winter Solstice on Sat Dec 20th at 2:30pm at Living Faith Lutheran Church, the little white church on the highway in Davis Bay. The intimate space has excellent accoustics to allow you to be fully ... Read More »

Pender Harbour choir a hit at concert

The Pender Harbour Choir held their Christmas concerts Dec. 5 in Davis Bay and Dec.7 in Madeira Park. The concerts were well-attended and featured striking seasonal music by Canadian composers and arrangers, including two from Pender Harbour. Kenneth Johnson’s “Christmas Lullaby”, a song from his upcoming stage production, Castles In The Snow, was premiered by ... Read More »

High Tech Santa’s Workshop

At Santa’s Makeshop the whole family can enjoy interactive technology and design fun with a Christmas theme. This event features a Toy Making Workshop, a 3D Body Scanner (take home a 3D image file of yourself!) and 3D printers. Santa’s MakeShop will be at Davis Bay Hall on Monday, December 15 from 7 to 9 ... Read More »

Cowrie Street thefts reported

POLICE REPORT – November 25-30 On November 25, a series of thefts at a business in the 5600 block of Cowrie Street, Sechelt, was reported. The first theft, which occurred in early November, was of a cast iron Fleur de Lis statue. On November 21, a red transfer-ware bowl with a floral pattern, a Paragon ... Read More »

Anakana Schofield to Read

Award-winning novelist Anakana Schofield will read in Sechelt on November 22nd. Her debut novel, Malarky, follows the story of a widowed Irish farm wife through a struggle with her grief and her sexuality that is at times deeply tragic and at times darkly funny. The novel won the Amazon First Novel Award for 2013 and ... Read More »

ELF celebrates shishalh Nation’s declaration

Elphinstone Logging Focus (ELF) is pleased to have learned of the shishalh (Sechelt) Nation’s call for protection of the forests that grace the Elphinstone slopes – a low elevation, Salish Sea facing ecosystem. Since the late 1990’s, residents of the lower Sunshine Coast, notably in the community of Roberts Creek, have lobbied the Province to ... Read More »

RCMP Incident Report Nov. 11 to 18

Mid morning on November 12, a pair of shoplifters was caught at a business in the 5500 block of Wharf Road, Sechelt. The suspects were caught on video surveillance footage and identified by police. Later the same day, one of the suspects was caught again by staff at the same business shoplifting again. Staff confronted ... Read More »

Car drives through Gibsons fence

Shortly before 6pm on Thursday, November 13, police, Gibsons Fire department, and paramedics were called to Harvey Road and Marine Drive in Gibsons, after a car crashed through a fence and went down an embankment. The driver had been southbound on Harvey Rd., when he missed the stop sign at Marine Dr., and drove through a nearby fence. ... Read More »

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