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Saturday, September 6th   The Roberts Creek Hall 
Film Northern Grease 7:30 pm followed by the live music of Carmanah
 Tickets for this Double Bill: $20.00  Available at MELOmania or At The Door
Doors open at 7pm Bar opens at 9pm
A fundraiser for Elphinstone Logging Focus (ELF)

       Sunshine Coast Film Society presents Sunday Aug. 31                                                                                              FREE Family Films in Winegarden Park and Music in the Landing   Popcorn!  Lawn Prizes!  Cheesy Thrills!
Bring your beach blankets and lawn chairs on Labour Day weekend for our annual free family film night in the park
In this year's Beachcombers episode, The Candidate (1982), a hotly contested election for Mayor has a shadowy backer (Relic, of course) with a master plan to build a waterfront condo complex on the harbour...  And Wallace and Gromit return with A Grand Day Out and Cracking Contraptions.

Kayak, sail, paddle, and power your way to Howe Sound.  Join us to make some noise to save this beautiful place.

SUNDAY – JULY 27th – 1:00 to 3:00 PM   Thornborough Channel (North End of Gambier Island to McNab Creek Valley)

 Music by “The Brothers” band from the Sunshine Coast in Howe Sound.  Future of Howe Sound Society
Please join us on June 26, 7 pm at the Arts Centre in Sechelt.
* updates on our projects and reports from our Board
* introduction to our new staff:
* update from the Salish Sea Coal Committee
* membership team on hand to renew your membership
We're pleased to have local filmmaker, Sarama as our guest speaker, showing a sneak preview of his upcoming documentary This Living Salish Sea and answering questions on the project to highlight the beauty and need for protection of our coastal waters.
The Boil Water Notice has now been lifted by Vancouver Coastal Health. The entire Town is being supplied water from the SCRD, until the Town’s own water source can once again be used. Due to the increased demand on the SCRD’s water system, Stage 3 Water Use Restrictions are now in effect, for the entire Town of Gibsons.Stage 3 Restrictions include no lawn sprinkling; hand-held water sprinkling only of trees, shrubs, flowers and vegetables; and no washing of vehicles, hosing windows or exterior building surfaces, or filling of swimming pools, ornamental ponds or fountains. For full details on the various levels of water use restrictions, please go to www.gibsons.ca/water_restrictions.

Editorial

  • Save the ALR, Bill 24 Should be Defeated
    It seems the BC Liberals have no pride, they will do anything for the all-mighty dollar and the fossil fuel industry. Now, in contrast to their campaign promises, they are pushing through Bill 24 to change the Agricultural Land Commission which could threaten BC farmland and our food production.




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