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MON-FRI. Sept 28 – Oct 2, BCCRN’s Week of the Older Person Workshop Series: from 10AM-12PM. informative topics daily: Falls & Injury Prevention, Why preventative Health Matters, Protecting yourself against COVID, Elder abuse awareness, & Sleep to better health. Email or call Jana for the registration link, or for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-569-2266. Please indicate if you are interested in joining from your home computer, or would prefer to take part in a small group.
SAT/SUN Oct. 24 & 25 – CORE Hunter Training – Cost: $220.00 + GST = $231.00. Please call 250 566 4601 to register Valemount Learning Center.
SAT. Sept 19: —Trivia night at the Valemount Legion more details to follow
SAT. Oct 3:—Outdoor Flea Market at the Valemount Legion (COVID protocols in place) Call Kerry 250.566.9945 for more information or to book your table
SAT Oct 24: 3rd Annual Oktoberfest at the Valemount Legion more details to follow.
FRIs Valemount Family Place- (0-5 years with their caregiver) is now in-person for the month of September, not on Zoom. Call 1-844-324-2004 to attend new and exciting themes each week in both communities. Social distancing protocols will be enforced.
SUNs, ongoing, Pancake Breakfast has returned to the Valemount Legion! 8am-11am. By donation. Social distancing and COVID-10 protocols in place.
WED. McBride Family Place- (0-5 years with their caregiver) is now in-person for the month of September, not on Zoom. Call 1-844-324-2004 to attend new and exciting themes each week in both communities. Social distancing protocols will be enforced.
– Sept 23 -Weather. Mud pie kits and Rainbow coffee filters
– Sept 30 – Orange Shirt Day. Wear orange! Read along with Char and talk about why we recognize this day
Dome Creek Focus
SAT Sept 26th, 11 to 4. Join us for the first ever Dome Creek Fall Market located at both the hall and rec centre, we will have new and used yard sale items, fresh veggies and eggs, home baking, crafts, Watkins, Epicure, and more. Tacos-in-a-bag and pop available for purchase. Epicure fund-raiser for our McBride neighbours affected by the mud-slide (contact Robin Levant for more info.) We are looking for more vendors! If you’d like to set up a table, please contact Kaitlyn Svistovski (on FB) or Laura Trimble (at email@example.com).
***Please practice COVID-19 guidelines.
Tell us about your favourite Dunster hike. Or consider writing a short poem about your favourite Dunster place. Maybe a sketch of some wild flowers or wild animals. The Dunster Fine Arts School Society is still collecting Dunster Stories & Such for our Fundraiser Book. We would love you to share your Dunster Memories! Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Farmers’ Market Information
Location: Field beside Valemount Visitor Information Centre and Village Office
Dates and Time: Thursdays from June 18 – September 27, from 4pm – 7pm
Vendors: Regular vendors include Balsam Ranch: vegetables and meat; Crooked Creek Farm: vegetables, canned goods and plants; Maria Lerch: vegetables, baking, canned goods, plants; Grace’s Wild Things: canned goods and other foodstuffs made from local wild plants; Robson Valley Gourmet Mushrooms: specialty mushrooms; Vale Coffee Roasters: locally roasted coffee beans; Deb’s Meat Pies: frozen pre-made meat pies; as well as many other vendors are often present on a drop-in basis.
Market Manager: Christine Peltier, 250 566 3766, email@example.com
Location: Dunster Community Hall
Dates and Time: Saturdays from July 11 – end of September, from 11am-1pm
Vendors: The Dunster farmers market does not have a regular list of vendors, but there are typically a handful of farmers, gardeners and bakers. There is no fee to sell at the market, and ample space for drop-in vendors.
Market Manager: Pete Amyoony, 250 968 4334, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Loretta Simpson at 250 968 4453