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People awards host benefit

Organizers Leonora Gregory-Collura and Charlie Collura of the International Naturally Autistic People Awards Convention and Festival would like to thank Boomers Burger Bar and owner Nicole Josh for hosting the April 26 benefit fundraiser and awarenes

Walk as one at one

World Labyrinth Day, an initiative of The Labyrinth Society, is a day designated to bring people from all over to walk labyrinths. It is celebrated every year on the first Saturday in May.

Faerie Festival offers fun for all

Staff, friends and family of The Oracle at Sechelt is hosting its inaugural free Faerie Festival this Saturday, May 4 from noon to 7 p.m. The Oracle invites all ages for a magical afternoon of creative crafting and experiential workshops.

Dying in good hands

The Sunshine Coast Hospice Society is hosting a palliative massage workshop on May 6 in Sechelt.

Bursaries for women on the Sunshine Coast

In difficult economic times, many women try to improve their lives by returning to school to upgrade their employment prospects. However secondary education is often too costly for many.

Clean air group hosts AGM

The Sunshine Coast Clean Air Society (SCCAS) will conduct its annual general meeting this Sunday, May 5 at 1 p.m. at the Stalashen Clubhouse (1585 Field Road in Wilson Creek). Reports on programs and initiatives are on the agenda.

Lecture series continues

The Capilano Universe lecture series continues on Saturday, May 4 with a back by popular demand presentation by Vineet Johnson.

Habitat elects new board

Habitat for Humanity Sunshine Coast held its 2013 annual general meeting April 16 at the Living Faith Lutheran Church in Davis Bay.

Get set to raise the woof

The team who organizes the popular 'trivia nights in support of animal welfare on the Sunshine Coast have registered as a charity (A Helping Paw Animal Welfare Fund) and are working on something new.

GRD sells bears for Gibsons Wildlife

Bears are coming out at Gibsons Recycling Depot (GRD), but not to worry, these are recycled plywood cut outs that can be painted and decorated. This fun art event is a fundraising event for Gibsons Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.