Katheryn Swan spent her Saturday selling handmade jewelry and homemade Big Boy Bibs and Gal’s Boo Bibs at the Spring Bazaar at the Lake Cowichan 50 Plus Activity Centre.

Katheryn Swan spent her Saturday selling handmade jewelry and homemade Big Boy Bibs and Gal’s Boo Bibs at the Spring Bazaar at the Lake Cowichan 50 Plus Activity Centre.

Our community in brief: April 8, 2015

Family movie nights and fundraisers coming up in Lake Cowichan.

Free Family Movie Night in Honeymoon Bay

The Honeymoon Bay Community Society will be hosting a family movie night on Saturday, April 18.

The main feature will be The Imitation Game, a new biopic which follows the work of Alan Turing, the English mathematician who developed the first computer during the Second World War.

Admission is free and the film starts at 7 p.m. A $1 concession will also be open.


Cowichan Lake Matters Public Meeting

Residents are invited to a public meeting on April 18, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Cowichan Lake Sports Arena’s curling lounge.

The event will be hosted by the Town of Lake Cowichan, the local First Nation, the Cowichan Valley Regional District and the Cowichan Lake and River Stewardship Society.

Guests are invited to ask questions, express their concerns and hear from experts on local matters.


Lake Cowichan School to host health fair

LCS will be hosting a health fair on April 16, designed to inform students and the community about health issues and opportunities in the area.

Grade 10 students will be presenting their research on various health topics and activities, and several local groups will be represented with booths. The event is open to the public.

To participate, contact Noni Battye at nbattye@sd79.bc.ca


Lake Auxiliary raising funds for Hospital

The Lake Auxiliary will be hosting a number of fundraisers in support of the Cowichan District Hospital, including a raffle on April 11 at Country Grocer and their annual Tag Day, which will take place on May 1. Watch for Auxiliary members at the BC Liquor Store, Country Grocer, the Post Office and the Island Savings Credit Union.

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