World Community’s four-part series ‘Addressing the Climate Crisis: Activism, Adaptation, and Resilience’ continues on Tuesday September 17, 7 pm at Upper Native Sons’ Hall with ‘Let’s Talk about the Climate Crisis’, a climate communications panel covering issues from personal health to collective political action.
May’s stories will include: Kanakas, a medical pioneer, BC’s first professional artist, a woman with chutzpah, and more.
The Comox Valley Scottish Dancing Society, will kick off its 2018-1019 season and open one FREE introductory classes to the public. September 23 2019.
A high level ammonia alarm was triggered yesterday evening at the Comox Valley Sports Centre. Staff responded immediately and followed established emergency protocols. As a result, the building was evacuated, the plant was turned off and first responders attended the scene.
Comox Valley Project Watershed Society, in collaboration with Bayside Cafe, is hosting a Keeping It Living art show this October and November to raise funds for the restoration and protection of the K’ómoks Estuary and Kus-kus-sum.
CVEVA and Emotive BC have booked Simms Millennium Park for Saturday,
September 21 from 11AM to 2PM for a Show and Shine display of dozens of different
models of electric cars, scooters and bicycles, and test drives from local dealers of
many of these.
On Sunday, September 22, settle in to hear Scottish Super Fiddler, Alasdair Fraser, and rockin’ cellist, Natalie Haas, in concert at the Big Yellow Merville Hall in Merville.
Doors open at 5:30. This presentation is our season opener complete with appetizers and social time before it starts.
Registered local charities and non-profit organizations are reminded to submit their applications soon
for the Comox Valley Community Foundation’s (CVCF) Community Enrichment and Professional
Development Grants, as applications will not be accepted after September 27th.