Four Feet Companion Foundation PetFest

Join us for a day of fun with your family and furry pet. Activity and games for all ages and your furry-footed friends! Free Admission* (Donations gratefully accepted) Prizes, Games, BBQ, something for everyone! Paw painting, face painting, silent auction, Plant Based BBQ, Agility setup for dogs. All proceeds from the fundraiser benefit the Four...

Ladies Learning Code: Getting started with WordPress & Blogging

If you’re new to blogging, this course will help take your writing to the next level. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to use the popular WordPress CMS platform to create an eye-catching blog that will stand out amongst the rest. We’ll teach you how to use the features included in the free version,,...

Victory Life welcomes Chip Brim!

Victory Life welcomes Chip Brim! Chip is a former major league baseball scout and college coach. His dynamic ‘coaching’ using the Word of God will propel you to the next level! For more info: 250-862-3044

Let’s Dance Kelowna – Spring Soirée

Dress in your best formal or semi-formal wear and join us for an elegant evening of dancing and showcase dances. Join us on the dance floor upstairs at the German Canadian Club, 1696 Cary Road. Group lesson from 7:30 to 8 PM followed by dancing from 8 to 10 PM. Members – $5, non-members –...

Saskatoon Children’s Choir – “SING CHOIRS OF ANGELS”

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1st @7:30pm and SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2nd @7:30pm. The award winning Saskatoon Children’s Choir (SCC), under the direction of Artistic Director Phoebe Voigts, will be joined by a number of professional brass, string and percussion players from Saskatoon for its annual Christmas Concert “Sing Choirs of Angels”.  This concert will feature the angelic voices...

30th Annual D W Poppy Car Show

D.W. Poppy Secondary is getting ready to host its 30th annual Car Show on Sunday May 7th! Our tradition of putting on one of the first car shows of the season brings many benefits for the school. We hope to see over 700 cars on display in our school back field, and welcome thousands of spectators. This is a family friendly all ages event. We are hoping to increase our spectator traffic this year to enjoy our show that includes up to 700 collector cars, vendors, concession, 50/50 draws, car show t-shirt sales and more. The event is our school’s biggest fundraiser and benefits our entire school including the shops and school technology, athletic teams, dry grad and many others. The shop and tech ed departments are able to purchase tools and technology that are used for the student’s projects and around the school – this year the wish list includes a Spray Wash Solvent Tank, a Sand Blaster, a Hydraulic Pipe bender and computer technology including a Document Reader. By volunteering to help with the show, it teaches our students the value of contributing to, and being part of a community and the importance of giving back. Their volunteer time at the car show offers them increased opportunities thru the school that enrich their academic experience such as athletic trips, the school race car, Dry Grad celebration and more. You will find students helping out on the day of the show at the concession, the gates, on the grounds and during setup/clean up. It is also an opportunity for the school to connect and network with the local community – this year we are again looking forward to welcoming the Fort Langley Lions Club who will be offering a pancake breakfast in the morning to our exhibitors and spectators. Early Bird Registration for cars is $10 and will open on March 10th until May 5th or sold out, and is available online thru or in person at the school office from 7:45-3:15 Monday- Friday March 27th following Spring Break. Registration at the show if minimum donation of $15 and public entry starting at 9 am – 3 pm is minimum donation $3.00. We hope that you are able to come out and join us Sunday May 7th and help us celebrate our 30th anniversary! For sponsorship or vending opportunities please contact Marlene Yakabuski at 604-612-7645 or Jackie Cook at 778-994-7753.

Welcome Collective ‘Fun’raiser

Introducing Mandy’s Salads new non-profit organization, the Welcome Collective! The Welcome Collective is an organization dedicated to helping asylum seekers in Montreal get settled into their new communities. The organization works by pairing asylum seeking families with “welcome groups”, teams made up of friends, family members, work colleagues, or even a single individual, who then...

Tacofino Drag Bingo Party

On Friday, August 2 at Tacofino’s Gastown Taco Bar, local drag queens Mina Mercury and Carlotta Gurl will step into the spotlight to host four fierce rounds of interactive Drag Bingo beginning at 5 p.m. for a suggested cash donation of $10. Extended Happy Hour specials will be available from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m....

Weaving With Invasive Species

Put some of those invasive plants and garden clippings to good use — turn them into baskets! We’ll cover the basics of twining, one of the most fundamental techniques practiced by BC First Nations and settlers, and make small baskets to take home. We’ll also discuss how to tell if a plant is useful for...

Rough Justice by Terence Frisby

Lakeshore Players Dorval is pleased to present this poignant courtroom drama about justice and morality where the audience decides the verdict. Directed by Carolyn Fe. Box Office: 514.631.8718

April Meeting, Manitoba Branch, United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada

Around the time of the American Revolution (1774-1783), many of our ancestors stayed loyal to the Crown and, as a result, were driven out of the 13 Colonies into what is now Canada. It’s estimated that one in ten Canadians can trace their descent from a Loyalist ancestor. Are you one of those descendants? The...

Book Sale

Get excellent deals on used books at the annual Book Sale in support of the Friends of the Westbank Library

Ride Walk Run for Celiac 2018

A fun, non-timed race geared to people of all ages & abilities. Participants walk, cycle or run a 2.5, 5 or 10km route through the paved river valley trails and afterwards enjoy refreshments, gluten free samples and games. It is a celebration of a healthy gluten free lifestyle.

1000 Islands Writers Festival

1000 Islands Writers Festival, Gananoque ON, May 5th to 7th. 15 celebrated Canadian writers, 27 sessions, 6 writers’ workshops. Our lineup includes authors Terry Fallis, Karolyn Smardz Frost, Ian Hamilton, Cathy Marie Buchanan, Marni Jackson, Kerry Clare, Lindy Mechefske, Lindsay Anderson and Dana VanVeller; spoken word artist PrufRock Shadowrunner; children’s authors/illustrators Claudia Dávila, Jess Keating and Paul Covello; and local authors Maggie Wheeler and Susan Smith. Ticket prices for events range from $5 - $20, there are some free events. Passes can be purchased for $55. Breakfast and Books event $65. Tickets available at Gananoque Public Library, and Beggars Banquet Books and online at: For more information phone 613-382-2436 or e-mail: or visit our website at:

David Myles with Special Guest Port Cities

Like his trademark suit, David Myles’ music is timeless. Regardless of quickly passing trends and fads, it will persevere. From soulful, contemporary pop crooners to delicate, jazzy folk ditties, and down-home, back porch roots tunes to infectious hip-hop earworms, David’s only artistic constants are his always growing, shape-shifting songwriting, and his exceptional ability to entertain....


An “outdoor” sale in our Church parking lot. People would purchase a parking spot for $20.00 to sell their wares. It takes place Saturday, May 27, 2018 from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

Spirit of Hungary

Hungarian National Dance Ensemble presents Spirit of Hungary October 26th @ 7:30pm Massey Theatre – 735 8th Avenue, New Westminster Tickets: At the door, call 604-521-5050 or visit: This show will feature contemporary and thematic dances commemorating the 1848 Hungarian Revolution as well as authentic Hungarian folk music and dances from the Carpathian Basin....