Sound & Energy Healing Circle

The Sound & Energy Healing Circle meets once a month at my home in South Courtenay . . . We discuss and share our journey with healing, enjoy a Sacred Sound meditation, learn self-help, practice and receive sessions with each other, and socialize over raw vegan refreshments.

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Introductory Classes – Comox Valley Scottish Country Dancing Society

The Comox Valley Scottish Dancing Society, will kick off its 2018-1019 season and open two FREE  introductory classes to the public. September 10  and October 1. No kilt or partner are required, just a desire to enjoy yourself.   

The Comox Valley Scottish Country Dancing Society meets in fall and winter at 7:30-9:30pm at the Comox United Church Hall (corner of Comox Ave. and Beach Drive.)  ( Teenagers between 13 and 16 should be accompanied by an adult).

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Talking About Death Can Add Value To Life!

Kick the bucket. Buy the farm. Pushing up daisies. Whatever you want to call death — many of us are uncomfortable talking about it. But could we actually benefit from confronting our mortality head on? For most of us, we want time, and lots of it, to live on this earth. However, more and more people are realizing that actually talking about death can add value to life.

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Cycle of Life Tour Supports Hospice Care in the Comox Valley

All of us at the Comox Valley Hospice Society are extremely grateful for the generous acts of kindness that are being gifted to us by nine courageous community members; Dave Ward (Zoomers) and Ellissa Prendergast, Liz Gilbank, Kelsey Staples, Leah Hull, Yana Suna, Casey Schoenfelder, Jamie Reid and Tyler Bellows (Soul Cyclers). These amazing individuals have joined forces as the to participate in the Cycle of Life Event on July 28 & 29 in support of our Hospice Society.

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The “Knot On My Property” program is up and running for 2018

Local governments in the Comox Valley (the Town of Comox, the City of Courtenay, the Village of Cumberland, and the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD)) have once again joined forces with the Coastal Invasive Species Committee (Coastal ISC) to bust invasive Knotweed and Giant Hogweed. Both plants are considered alien invasive species in BC and if left unchecked can wreak havoc on our local ecosystems and diminish property values. And in the case of giant hogweed, can lead to third degree burns when in contact with skin, due to its clear phototoxic sap.

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March 14 – CV Community Health Network Forum – Report and Appendices

The Transition Team is having their first meeting on April 30 and will be proceeding with the development of Terms of Reference for the Coordinating Circle and Action Teams and then the Coordinating Circle and Action Teams will be recruited. We will keep you informed as the Network moves forward.

Read the March 14 CV Community Health Network Forum Report and Appendices by visiting the post and clicking the button at the bottom.

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