The 2014 Roberts Creek Arts Festival (RCAF) is a three night and two day, low impact cultural event spotlighting local and international talent, along with local food producers being held on May 17-19, 2014.
Thanks for coming to Earth Day!
Thank you to everyone who came out for Earth Day in Roberts Creek on Sunday! Your participation is what makes events like that so great.
Trout Fishing Basics - 101
Sunday May 11, 2014 11am - 1pM Trout Lake (North of Sechelt) with Stephen Murphy
Stephen has been fishing trout for years and has a wealth of knowledge and tricks for catching delicious lake trout. In this class you will learn to set up a line, tie on a hook, bait it and cast. He will also show us how to spin cast. Bring your fishing license, fishing rod and a sun hat for this awesome experience.
Directions: Trout Lake is about 12 minutes North of Sechelt on Hwy 101. At the lake you can pull off the highway to park. We will meet at the fishing platform at 11:00 am sharp.
Click this link to see a map from Sechelt to Trout Lake: http://tinyurl.com/knebo6w
To fish in BC you need a fishing license. You can purchase a day license at Trail Bay Sports in Sechelt to attend this class. I hope to see you there.
Presented by the Live and Learn Program of the One Straw Society. Funded by Vancouver Coastal Health's SMARTFund.
Ocean Vegetables Community Garden Planting Party
Sunday May 18, 12pm - 4pm Ocean Vegetables Garden Ocean Ave, near Dolphin Street in Sechelt)
Please join us for some family friendly community planting fun! We will be doing many fun activities at the garden to get it going for the summer season. We will also have Heinz from the live and learn program out to teach us about companion planting!
One Straw AGM May 25, Davis Bay Hall
Perry Schmidt, with the District of Sechelt parks department, Don Robb and Chris Hergesheimer officially opened the new community garden near Ocean Avenue on Monday, May 20. 2013.