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Go for a walk in Davis Bay

The Sunshine Coast Akroswirls wereat Trail Bay Mall recently giving out informationon lupus, sjogren, scleroderma, Raynaud's disease, rheumatoid arthritis,multiple sclerosis and juvenile diabetes, all of which belong to the same family of diseases.

The Lizard of Oz

Join Bill Terry as he takes you plant hunting in southeast Australia at the next meeting of the Sunshine Coast Natural History Society on Friday, May 4.

Cap U president to speak at Women's Fun Night

Kris Bulcroft, Capilano University's sixth president and second vice chancellor, is coming on Friday, May 4 to speak to women and girls of all ages who are being invited to A Girl's Night Out at St. John's United Church at 7 p.m.

All invited to humungous plant sale

The annual Humungous Plant Sale put on by the Botanical Garden Society just gets bigger and better every year. This year's sale is set for Sunday, May 6, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the garden site at 5941 Mason Rd. in West Sechelt.

Excellence event honours volunteers

Keynote speaker Ed Hill thanked the 19 volunteers, finalists in this year's Celebration of Excellence Awards, for their vitality and spirit.

Celebrating 20 years and counting

Capilano University Mountain Bike Operations Program (MBO) students are hosting an event Saturday, April 28 at the Sprockids Bike Park in Gibsons to celebrate 20 successful years of the Sprockids Bike Program.

Sow Simple is so stunning

They've done it again - the crackerjack team of Christina Symons and John Gillespie has launched their second eclectic gardening book and it's a beauty.

Workshops for adults and teens

The Sunshine Coast Skating Club, Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) and the Sunshine Coast Regional District are pleased to announce the upcoming 'Women In Leadership' workshops on Saturday, Apri

Chalker-Scott offers sound planting info

Join in this Saturday, April 21 for two talks at the Sparling Pavilion at the Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden by no-nonsense speaker Linda Chalker-Scott from Washington.

Early Years Fair is coming soon

Attending Early Years Fair gives parents and their children an opportunity to take part in some fun and games while gathering important information about health, the advantages of developmental screening and to learn about the programs and services o
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