“Double dog dare you” from one Penny to two friends triggered three local painters to commit to a year of exploration and development of their various painting styles, skills and methods used to represent the human figure in preparation for a group exhibition. The show runs from October 8-26 at the Pearl Ellis Gallery in Comox.
This Friday, Saturday and Sunday (27, 28, 29), the Merville hall will be in a celebratory mood as present and former Mervillites gather to meet and greet each other.
Gumboot Girls gather to give bounty from book sales to support women and children in the Comox Valley
Courtenay, B.C. – The Comox Valley’s most famous gals in gumboots descended on the Comox Valley Transition Society last Monday, September 16, 2019, to deliver a cheque for over $3,000 to the organization to help support their efforts.
I am Richard Davis, I find myself the next caretaker of Tide Change. I was looking for ways to get involved with the Comox Valley community and I met Pieter Vorster. If you have met him, you know that he can get you involved. He is here to mentor me, facilitate the technical operation of the site and ensure it stays on track.
With funding secure, land acquisitions complete and a contractor in place, detailed planning and design is now underway for the Water Treatment Project with construction expected to begin in fall 2019.
The Climate Crisis – Part 3 – Tues, Sept. 24 – 7pm – Upper Native Sons’ Hall, Courtenay.
World Community’s four-part series ‘Addressing the Climate Crisis: Activism, Adaptation, and Resilience’ continues with a Comox Valley focus on “Stitching Together Altered Landscapes – Place-Based Adaptation and Resilience”
The early onset of wet, cold, windy fall weather is catching a few late summer crops at a tricky time. Here are some notes on what to do right now, including responses to questions I’ve been asked recently:
The Comox Valley Airport is pleased to announce the addition of a Public Bike Repair
Station located near the Terminal’s Arrivals doors. The stand can accommodate two
bikes at a time, features all the tools necessary to assemble a bike, and includes a dual
(Presta/Schrader) tire pump.
Come and enjoy a vegetarian Indian dinner with Bonnie and Fred Cappuccino the founders of Child Haven, Order of Canada and Nobel Peace Prize nominees.
This years dinner is Thursday October 24th at Upper Florence Filberg Centre. Doors open at 5pm and dinner is at 6pm