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Second screening of "This Changes Everything" for Friday, February 5 at 7:30 pm at the Heritage Theatre. They are taking ticket reservations now. Go to www.greenfilms.ca to make a reservation for Friday!  SOLD OUT!
Thursday January 21st at 7:30 pm Gibsons United Church Sanctuary, 724 Trueman Rd, Gibsons Landing. The Gibsons Public Market (GPM) is undertaking a major funding campaign for their proposed renovation and expansion project. GPM and the Gibsons Alliance of Business and Community will co-host this public event.

A4D member Dr. James Pawley, is putting on a forum in January, followed by an ElderU course.                                                         A Forum at Chatelech Jan. 12, 10 am - 12 noon at Chatelech School auditorium. The Paris UN Climate Summit has produced a Climate Treaty with the goal of keeping global warming below 2°C (1.5 if possible). The Chatelech Forum will look at how we reached this point, discuss the options for action, and how they are likely to affect us on the Sunshine Coast.                          ElderU Course, Tuesdays, 10:00- noon, starting January 19. This course will discuss the options for action and how they are likely to affect us on the Sunshine Coast. The major topics will cover energy use for personal and air transportation, home heating, “consumerism” and what will constitute “being a good citizen” in a world where cheap energy is no longer a given.

The SCCA is pleased to collaborate with the Coast Cultural Alliance's Artesia Coffeehouse on Oct. 23 for music and our annual raffle draw. Doors open 7 pm. show 8 pm. $10. So come early for a good seat and to mix and mingle with folks who enjoy all things arts and conservation.
The SCRD is hosting a free public screening of Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story on October 20 at 6 pm at the Ravens Cry Theatre in Sechelt. After the screening, there will be a Q & A session with Robyn Cooper of the SCRD, Aaron Joe from Salish Soils and Barb Hetherington from Gibsons Disposal to discuss food waste options for Sunshine Coast residents.

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