Halfmoon Bay Happenings


Terry Knight / Community Columnist
May 27, 2014 01:39 PM

Tonight, Friday May 30, get the weekend started early at Coopers Green Hall at 7:30 p.m. with the first in a new concert series featuring Larry Cook and the Bluesmasters. Tickets are $15. There will be a full bar and snacks available for purchase.

We are still looking for some volunteer painters for a one-hour workshop to help re-paint the kids’ games that will be used at the Halfmoon Bay Country Fair in July.

Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue station 12 Halfmoon Bay wants to promote distress call methods. To report a marine emergency use channel 16 on marine VHF radio, No. 727 (#SAR), No. 16 by mobile phone, or call the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre at 1-800-567-5111. It is a good idea to copy this information and carry it with you. Be safe on the water.

The Friends and Neighbors Garden Tour sponsored by the Halfmoon Bay branch of St. Mary's Hospital/Healthcare Auxiliary is Saturday, June 14 and Sunday, June 15. There will be 10 gardens in the Halfmoon Bay area. Admission includes door prize entry, light refreshments and a coupon for coffee at The Halfmoon Bay Cafe.

Some of the gardens will have feature artists in attendance. Tickets are $15, available from the Sechelt Visitor Centre, Halfmoon Bay Nursery, Ann-Lynn Flowers and Gifts, Deluxe Landscaping, Sunshine Coast Nursery and the auxiliary by calling Maxine at 604-885-6330.

If you have any questions regarding the Halfmoon Bay official community plan or other area issues Sunshine Coast Regional District director Garry Nohr is available from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday’s at the Halfmoon Bay Café.

To have your ‘Say at the Bay’, contact me before 5 p.m. Monday via email teknight@telus.net, or call 604-885-5034.

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