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Valemount

FRIs Family Place Drop-In is moving to FRIDAYS from 9am-noon with Cat. Come for the connection with other families, parenting resources and fun for you and your 0-6 year old children at RVCS (99 Gorse St) unless location otherwise stated. Registration not required. For more information call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected].
Upcoming themes:
May 24 -”  Bouncy castle and tumble time
May 31 – Scavenger hunt at Centennial Park

Ongoing Valemount Events

MON through FRIs The Valemount Seed Library is available in our lobby during business hours at RVCS Valemount (99 Gorse St). Office hours: Monday 10am-6pm and Tuesday to Thursday 8am-4pm. Come take free seeds to grow in your garden this summer.  By saving seeds, we can maintain genetic diversity, adapt to changing environmental conditions, and save money by not having to purchase new seeds every year. For more information call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected].

MON through FRIs the Free Food Farm Stand and Pantry are available for anyone who would like some free, fresh produce. We accept donations of unprocessed fruits and veggies also. The stand is accessible in the front lobby at RVCS Valemount (99 Gorse St) and is available to everyone- just help yourself! Emergency top-up food is accessible to our clients and anyone who walks through the door. This initiative is supported by one-time grant funding through United Way BC. For more information call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected].

MON through FRI Contact the Valemount RVCS Office to book your Community Garden Plot. Cost $25/year, volunteer 8hr/year, tools provided. Contact 250-566-9107 or email [email protected] for more info or to sign up.

TUES, WED, THURS StrongStartBC at Valemount Elementary School 11:30-2:30 starting Oct. 3rd. Free drop-in program for children 0-5 years accompanied by their caregivers. Enjoy play-based early learning incl. songs, stories, art and more. Stop by the school for more info.

WED Oldtimers band and music night at the Golden Years Lodge 7pm. All welcome! Play music, listen or dance.

WED Tech Cafe @ The Valemount Learning Centre 10-noon Free computre, phone or tablet help. Drop in at #16 – 1295 Gordon Road. Any questions, contact Regena Bergen 250-566-4601.

TUES & FRI Drop-in soccer at Valemount Secondary. Age 12+. $5 and waiver must be signed. 

THURS Free Drop-In/Coffee House at the Golden Years Lodge the 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month from 10 am until 2 pm. It’s open to everyone regardless of your age. If you currently have any ‘mobility issues’ call the CARE-A-VAN 778-915-8550 for a ride in the accessibility bus.

THURS from MAY 23-JUNE 13 12:30-2pm join RVCS and families for Sprouting Memories with our Families. We meet at the Valemount Community Garden (behind the secondary school on 201 Ash St) for social interactions and sensory exploration while planting a garden and watching it grow. This program is free, and is for ages 0-5 and their caregivers. Registration is preferred: 1-844-324-2004 or [email protected].

SAT 10am-11:15am Creative writing group. Join us for writing and friendly conversation at the Rocky Mountain Goat office. Everyone welcome. Contact Laura for more info at [email protected] / 250-566-5135.

SUN 1-3 pm Crafty Stitchers meet downstairs at the Valemount Public Library, all welcome! Call 250-566-4367.

SAT 10am-1pm the Valemount United Anglican Church has a thrift store at 7th and Cedar!

SUN Pancake breakfast at the Valemount Legion  Sundays 8 to 10:30 am. By donation!.  

MON through FRI the Valemount Seed Library is available in our lobby during business hours at RVCS Valemount (99 Gorse St). Office hours: Monday 10am-6pm and Tuesday to Thursday 8am-4pm.Come take free seeds to grow in your garden this summer.  By saving seeds, we can maintain genetic diversity, adapt to changing environmental conditions, and save money by not having to purchase new seeds every year. Made possible with funding from CBT. For more info call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected].

MON through FRI Contact the Valemount RVCS Office to book your Community Garden Plot. Cost $25/year, Volunteer 8hr/year, tools provided. Contact 250-566-9107 or email [email protected] for more info or to sign up.

MON through FRI the Free Food Farm Stand and Pantry are available for anyone who would like free, fresh produce. We accept donations of unprocessed fruits and veggies. The stand is accessible in the front lobby at RVCS Valemount (99 Gorse St) and is available to everyone- just help yourself! Emergency top-up food is accessible to our clients and anyone who walks through the door. Call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected].

MONs Family Place Drop-In is on Mondays from 9am-noon at RVCS (942 3rd Ave). Join for connection with other families, parenting resources and fun for you and your 0-6 year old children. No registration required. unless otherwise stated.”  For more information call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected].” 
Upcoming themes:” 
May 27 – Bouncy castle fun at the RVCS play yard

WED MAY 29 – It’s that time of year again! From 10:30am-12pm come join RVCS for Donkey, Donuts & Grandparents at the backyard of RVCS (942 3rd Ave). This special time is designed for elders and the animals to connect and mutually benefit from each other’s company. Adults only. Brought to you by the Adult Literacy and Better at Home Seniors programs. There may be an appearance from a bunny and goats also. More info: 1-844-324-2004 / [email protected].

FRI June 14 McBride 2&5km Color Fun Run/Walk/Wheel @ 1pm at the Elementary School. 8 week training begins April 22 Contack Jodie Lukow for more information 250-230-8035.

Ongoing McBride Events

MONs ASL Club meet weekly at the EFree church McBride. 12:30pm – 1:30pm. Beginners welcome! Contact Lonnie Lorenz if you have questions 250.569.7657 

MON through THURS, McBride RVCS (942 3rd Ave) now has a FREE FOOD PANTRY that’s available to all! Emergency top-up food is accessible to our clients, preschool program and anyone who walks through the door. We share and accept donated foods that are safe and fresh for use. Contact RVCS at 250-569-2266 or email [email protected]. The local Food Bank is also available: 250-569-3186.

TUES Tuesday Night Jam is now playing in the CN Station Lobby, 6:15-8:30.  It is an open jam; musicians, singers, and onlookers welcome.  For more information call David at (250) 569-2569.

TUES Chess Club – 5-6pm at the McBride library. All ages and abilities welcome. 

WED Free Drop-in Pickleball 7:30-9pm @ the McBride Hightschool. Everyone welcome (grade 8 and older) Bring clean gym shoes. Equipment and basic instruction provided. No experience, or high level of fitness required.

THUR & FRI Weekly Adults’ Programs at the McBride Library: Fibre Artists (Thurs, 10:30am), Writing Group (Fri, 1.30pm). Call 569 2411 for details.

MON & WED it’s time to Dance during Community Fitness with Jodie at the Elks Hall.  Twice weekly from 7:15pm-8pm this drop-in program offers free admission to seniors and youth. Other age groups are invited to pay by donation or pay what you can. Call 250-230-8035 for info.

THURS – every first Thursday of each month join members for another Men’s Shed McBride meeting at 942 3rd Ave at 3pm. Men’s Shed aims to improve members’ physical and mental health through a safe and friendly environment where men can work on meaningful projects, at their own pace and in the company of other men. We welcome a diverse and inclusive community! Email [email protected] for more info.

Blue River

May 1st-31st It’s “May Madness” in Blue River — residents will be holding yard sales throughout the month! Items for sale will include furniture, antiques, and some vehicles. Call Norma at 250 673-8230 for more information.

Dunster

SAT June 29 Annual ice cream social @ Dunster Community Hall.

SAT from JULY 6-SEPT 28 Saturday Farmers’ Markets @ Dunster Community Hall.