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TUES Sept. 26th Valemount Entertainment Society AGM 5pm at the VCTV Studio, upstairs at 99 Gorse Street.

WED SEPT 27 Figure Skating, Minor Hockey and JR Rangers Registration Night 7:00-8:30pm @ the Arena. Bring proper ID, payment, 2 cheques for hockey reg. Must be 12+ for Jr. Rangers.

WED SEPT 27 Exploring what’s life affirming around death and dying 6:45-8:45 at the Valemount Public Library lower level. Hosts: Josie Pradella, HeartFull Journey, and Eugene Jamin. Limit 12 participants. Please RSVP to [email protected]

THURS SEPT 28th Valemount Senior Citizens Housing Society Annual General Meeting 7pm downstairs hall at the Golden Years Lodge. 

SAT SEPT 30th Karaoke at Scooters restaurant 8pm.

OCT 4&5 BC Cancer Screening and Prevention mobile mammography coach is coming to Valemount. Call 1-800-663-9203 to book your free appointment.

Ongoing Valemount Events

MONs Family Place Drop-In is on Mondays from 9am-noon with Hannah. 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). For more information call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected]. Sept. events listed below: 

September —25 Indigenous stories, colouring and resources in honour of Truth and Reconciliation day September 30 (1451 5th ave)

WEDs Oldtimers band and music night at the Golden Years Lodge 7pm. All welcome! Bring an instrument, listen or dance.

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 Derek 250-613-6905 for a ride in the accessibility bus.

WEDs & SATs Yoga at the Hall. Yoga classes for every body. Hatha yoga Wednesdays 6:30-8pm. Yin Yoga Saturdays 9-10:30am. Includes breathwork, strengthening and relaxation. $15 drop-in or 10-class pass $120. Please bring a mat and props. Questions call/text Brigitta 250-566-1740.

THUR’s Senior women are invited to register Reflections, Repair, Revival for a guided counselling group for female seniors to speak safely around experiences of violence and trauma, in the company of others with shared experiences June 29th & July 6th from 3-4pm. Registration is required contact the office for more information 1-844-324-2004 or email [email protected].

Most SATs 10am-11:15am Creative writing group. Join us for writing and friendly conversation. Everyone welcome. Contact Laura for more info at [email protected].

SATs 1-3 pm Crafty Stitchers meet downstairs at the Valemount Public Library everyone welcome! 250-566-4367 for more information.

SATs 10am-1pm the Valemount United Anglican Church have a thrift store, on 7th and Cedar!

SATs 3pm Cribbage tournament followed by dinner at the legion and kitchen party music 6-8pm. Bring your acoustic instrument and take part in some laid-back sing-a-longs.

SUNs Pancake breakfast at the Valemount Legion  Sundays 8 to 11am. By donation!.  

MON through FRIs the Valemount Seed Library is available in our lobby during business hours at RVCS Valemount (99 Gorse St). Office hours: Monday to Wednesday 8am-4pm, Thursday 10am-6pm and Friday 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 us at 250-566-9107 or email [email protected] for more information or to sign up.

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. For more information call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected].


Ongoing McBride Events

MON through THURs, McBride RVCS 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.

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.  For more information call 1-844-324-2004 or email: [email protected]. Upcoming themes:

September — 25 Truth and Reconciliation Awareness day in honour of National day for Truth and Reconciliation September 30

TUES nights the Jam plays music on the porch of the Train Station from 6:30-8:30.  It’s an open jam – musicians, singers, and onlookers all welcome. If the weather is bad, we play at the McBride Legion Hall. For more information, call David at (250) 569-2569.

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

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

MONs & WEDs 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.

Tete Jaune

Tete Jaune Community Club meetings the first Tues. of the month. Contact Garry Wallace for more info. 


SUN SEPT 24 Community Paddle Horsey Creek to the Dunster Flower Bridge. BC Rivers Day. Meet @ 10am at Lorenz’s near Horsey Creek. Must have an approved life jacket and safe boat. Paddle at your own risk. Bring lunch and a water bottle. Dress for the weather. Contact Pedro for more details 1-306-734-7370 or at [email protected]

SUN SEPT 24 Trappers Rendezvous. Come out and have fun. 10 AM to 2 PM Potluck Lunch at the Dunster Picnic Grounds. Call Claude 250-968-4459.

Ongoing Dunster Events

SAT The Dunster Farmers’ Market Saturdays until September 30th. 11am to 1pm  No charge for vendors – everyone welcome! Our famous “Buy-Local Burgers” will be back again! Tell all your friends and bring them along! For more information call Pete at 250-968-4334