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Halfmoon Happenings

What could prove to be the best night out in Halfmoon Bay is the upcoming burger and beer night at Coopers Green Hall next Saturday March 29 at 6:30 p.m. With live entertainment from the ever-popular Jack & G a.k.a.

The Sounds of Howe Sound

The next Langdale Elementary School (LES) parent advisory council meeting is this Tuesday March 25 at 7 p.m. The Gibsons and District Public Library is launching its 100-year celebration next Saturday, March 29 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Killer whales, siblings and sunsets

A pod of killer whales were sighted on Saturday in Howe Sound. This is incredibly exciting as news of the big, black fish spread throughout social media.

Gumboot Connection

This Friday night March 21 at the Legion enjoy dinner and the music by Grant Olsen. If you cannot make that, then how about the 9 p.m. Roots Roundup? It promises to be a swinging evening.

Inventors and artists invited to join

Makers are craftspeople, artists, tinkerers, inventors and hackers. They use their ingenuity and a blend of new and old technologies to create objects that are functional, funky or just beautiful.

Eelgrass transplant crew returns

The Seagrass Conservation Working Group has once again visited eelgrass transplant sites at Halfmoon Bay and Sechelt Inlet to monitor and add to transplant locations.

Lots growing on in Roberts Creek

Come out to Seedy Saturday to find inspiration, learn from the experts, and purchase locally adapted, open pollinated seeds and seedlings. Spring is a few weeks away, which means that it is time to start planning for our summer gardens.

Excited exchange student starts fundraising

Sechelt's Brianna Lumb is ready to experience different cultures and help make some positive change through a Canada World Youth (CWY) exchange this summer.

Acclaimed author and journalist to speak in Sechelt

Are you concerned about Canada's shifting directions? Murray Dobbin is, and he uses his skills as an author and journalist to convince Canadians of a growing democratic deficit. Next Saturday, March 22 at 2 p.m.

Harbour and Egmont Highlights

Tonight, Friday, March 14 the School of Music coffeehouse features Katrina Bishop a favourite talented local singer/songwriter performing songs from her new CD.