What's On! Chilliwack, Sardis, Cultus Lake & Yarrow January / February by What's On - Issuu
Swap Meets. NOTE: Event details may change without notice. Please verify details by calling the venue or visiting the event website. log in or sign up to POST. January , Friday 4pm-9pm, Saturday 10am-6pm & Sunday 10am- 4pm. Attend the Chilliwack Home, Leisure & Outdoor Living Expo and. East Abby Kids Swap Meet, Abbotsford, British Columbia. likes · 1 talking about this · 9 were here. Families from all over the Fraser Valley are.
Fraser Canyon Hospital, 7th Ave. A support group for friends and family of problem drinkers. Spirit of the People Cultural Nights — 5: Cultural nights are back, we are at CSS this year! Free Developmental Screening pm. Cheam Leisure Centre, Market Way. No referrals needed, drop-in welcome. Cowork Chilliwack Theatre, Harvard Pl. Ready for some fast-paced, totally improvised fun?
For more info, call David at or email him at simphoneyimprov gmail. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the work of the archives. The March tour will be on March Saturdays Board Game Night!
Join us for lively discussion of selected titles. Chosen books change monthly with copies provided by the library. New members are always welcome. Share ideas, learn new tips and tricks, solve research roadblocks, and learn the history of the area and era you are researching. The Genealogy Group welcomes new members.
What's On! Chilliwack September / October by What's On - Issuu
Cultus Lake Elementary 71 Sunnyside Blvd. Chilliwack Library First Ave. Healthy aging is important for everyone, and it is essential not to forget the health of your SUN JAN 22 brain as well! Art Afternoon for Tweens maintaining their brain. Chilliwack Library strategies and set goals for First Ave. We supply the mind, body and spirit. Please Race participants send up a working. Snacks and maybe call the Chilliwack Library bag with warm clothes to be even pizza will be provided!
Relax and focus Library First Ave. Join us for lively snowman!
In this class you In this class you will be Chosen books change monthly will work with Steph Brubaker taught by instructor Steph to explore the unique with copies provided by the Brubaker to create your colors and lines featured library.
New members are very own snowman using in your original artistic always welcome. Say hello to your call An extraordinary gathering of magicians! Whatever the weather, not to worry as we will offer Valet Parking.
All types of puzzles are available, stock up at very reasonable prices. Pencil a 3 dimensional art work using line and shading techniques to create light and shadow effects.
All supplies will be provided. Paper Towers Chilliwack Library: Saturday, March 24, 2 pm — 4 pm After a brief talk about engineering, participants will be given 5 sheets of paper and a roll of tape. The object of the class is to build the tallest and strongest structure possible. The towers will be tested until they collapse. The participant with the strongest structure wins! Ages 8 and up.
Presented by Fraser Valley Makerspace. Tuesday, Mar 27, 1: Henna Workshop Chilliwack Library: Thursday, March 29, 4: All supplies are provided for this free session but space is limited, for ages Andy the Musical Scientist Sardis Library: Thursday, March 29, 11am — 12 pm This is a ticketed event.
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His show is a meeting place for the worlds of music and science. Using home made, invented instruments, world music, and humor, along with a pro recycling message, Andy enthralls young audiences with a truly unique performance! Fantasy in Art Sardis Library: Saturday, Mar 31, 2 pm — 3: Sketch a fantastical dragon, bringing it to life using your own design variations.
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What's On! Chilliwack March/April by What's On - Issuu
Books will be available for purchase following demonstration, cash only. Come join the fun and take pictures of your creation with our Greenscreen! For children grades K — 6. Virtual Reality Event Chilliwack Library: Saturday, April 28, VR is an immersive computer-generated, three-dimensional interactive environment. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer motion controllers, participants will be able to move freely around a 10x10 space and try out a mix of virtual games as well as educational experiences.
Participants must arrive 15 minutes prior to their registered timeslot to get set up for play. Timeslots may not be guaranteed for those who arrive late. Participants play at their own risk. Registration for this listing is for one player only. Thursdays, May 3 — June 21, This is an interactive program for babies up to 15 months AND caregivers.
Healthy snacks will be provided. Registration starts April 3.Question Period: NAFTA negotiations, carbon tax, Trans Mountain pipeline — June 12, 2018
Teachers and understanding of Lifesaving Principles. Rescuers learn advanced Lifesaving techniques for challenging rescues in varying water depths. Contact Allison Symons at to register or asymons recreationexcellence.
Providing an amazing foundation for lifetime of active living.