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Get hungry for books

Spring break is a time of celebration, going from winter into the new life of spring. A week off from school offers opportunities for fun and learning outside the classroom walls.

Unique art for fundraiser

Clay artist Liz de Beer uses a variety of techniques and natural products to achieve intriguing decorations on her earthenware vessels.

St. Patrick's Day fun

Go green on St. Patrick's Day and have fun at Gibsons and District Public Library. Wear something green (hat, shirt, coat, tie) and bring your own tea cup to the library. Your cup will runneth over when we serve you a nice cup of Irish tea.

Tickets on sale now for fundraiser

Thirty-five years ago, in 1977 a group of enthusiastic community members formed the Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement Society (SCSES). Twenty-five years ago, in 1987, the Society was incorporated.

Family photos a 98-year mystery

A set of family photos stretching back 98 years has been discovered by a Gibsons woman, but the question remains - who are they? Val Moller, who works at the Gibsons Thrift Store, said she was organizing some of the donations when a particular decora

SCCA open to nominations

The Sunshine Coast Conservation Association (SCCA) is welcoming nominations for the John Hind-Smith Award. The award, established in 2006, honours this environmentalist.

The Psychology of Genocide

Capilano University presents Rajiv Jhangiani, PhD, author, professor and presenter of The Psychology of Genocide on Wednesday, March 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Gibsons and District Public Library, as part of the Capilano Universe Lecture Series.

Memorial honours community activist

There was standing room only at the Roberts Creek Hall throughout the day on Sunday, March 4, as hundreds of people came out to honour the spirit of organic gardener and community activist Robin Wheeler, who passed away on Feb. 20 at the age of 57.

Angel Tree seeks sponsors

The Angel Tree Project's Phoenix Program is seeking sponsorship.

Get volunteer help with your taxes

The community volunteer income tax program is sponsored nationally by the Canadian Revenue Agency and locally by the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority.
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