Call out for fibre, ElderDog celebrates

FibreWorks has a call out for entries from Lund to Langdale for their show Coast Loves Fibre, Nov. 6 to Dec. 13, weekends only. Entry deadline is Oct. 31. Any fibre medium welcome. For more info and to register call 604-883-2380 or go to www.fibreworksgallery@telus.net.

Seniors Initiative carries on with their activities this coming month including carpet bowling, Wednesdays 1 to 3 p.m., chair yoga, Mondays and Fridays 11 a.m. to 12 noon at the Hall. Please note: No class Oct. 12. 

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Harbourside Friendship Thursday, Oct. 1, starting at 10:30 a.m. will have your toes tapping and hands clapping to Music with Mark. Bring a lunch to enjoy after the performance. 

Madeira Market will carry on each Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Courtyard throughout October. A special festive event will be held Oct. 10 – Thanksgiving Christmas Market. Come shop safely for holidays. Proceeds to the Pender Harbour Community Club. A few vendors spaces are available. Book now. 604-989-0851. This Saturday, Sept. 26 Flower Power rules with $10 dahlia bouquets! 

The Bargain Barn will remain at the Legion and open Saturdays and Wednesdays noon to 3 p.m. Fresh merchandise each day at unbelievable prices! Come shop and support the Pender Harbour Health Centre. Donations are accepted Wednesdays noon to 3 p.m. at The Barn’s home store. Two-bag limit of clean, saleable merchandise per person. 

The good times continue this Sunday at the Clubhouse with the return of the fabulous Peter Van Trio, 2 to 5 p.m. Enjoy the fine food, great service, amazing vistas and outstanding live music on the Patio. Reservations recommended. 

ElderDog Canada Sunshine Coast is celebrating their first-year anniversary. Their wonderful program of volunteers helps seniors with caring for their furkids, offering dog walking, transport to vet appointments and help with food delivery. There are often sweet furkids in need of a permanent or foster home. For more information about ElderDog Canada, please visit their website at www.elderdog.ca. You can contact the local branch at elderdogsunshinecoastldr@gmail.com or on their Facebook page at ElderDog Canada Sunshine Coast. 

Many folks have come to me wanting to adopt a pet. There are many very good adoption organizations such as ElderDog Sunshine Coast, Thank Dog I Am Out, Big and Small and Raincoast Rescue, all with wonderful dogs in need of a forever home. The BCSPCA has moved forward and away from having a lot of animals to be adopted. Many of you have voiced your disappointment. Explore the other rescues and non-profit organizations. For those adopting for the first time, please note the process of adopting can be intense, slow, with detailed paperwork, a home inspection and adoption fees. Patience is a requirement. 

Thanks to all for observing, reporting and staying vigilant during very challenging times. The return to our much-loved peaceful paradise is underway! Contact me with your news at dilysanne@hotmail.com for the Friday edition of the Coast Reporter.

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