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Conservation and Nature

Galiano Library presents 25,000 Years on the Gulf Islands - An Afternoon Talk by Grant Keddie

Discover what we know about the changing landscape, the early mega-fauna and the changing human occupation on the islands. A special presentation by Grant Keddie, Curator of Archaeology, Royal BC Museum. Grant has a broad interest in First Nations Cultures and has undertaken survey and excavation projects throughout BC.

Please RSVP: galianolibrary@gmail.com or call Virginia Monk at 2182
Attendance by voluntary donation
For more information see www.galianolibrary.org

Mayne Island Conservancy's 10th Anniversary Celebration

2013 Marks the 10th Anniversary of the Mayne Island Conservancy Society and we're throwing a party at the Mayne Island Community Centre!

Dinner catered in part by the Bennett Bay Bistro at 6:30 with dancing to the strains of Mayne Island's newest band "Salt Chuck Highway" at 8:30

Master of Ceremonies: Peter Robinson of the David Suzuki Foundation, Keynote Speaker: Briony Penn

Southern Gulf Islands Cycling & Pedestrian Trail Plan

The Capital Regional District, in collaboration with the Southern Gulf Islands Economic Development Commission, is holding community meetings for preparing a cycling and pedestrian trail plan.
Come out and participate with your ideas on on Pender August 3, 1:15-3pm, Community Hall.
Experience the Gulf Islands is an initiative of the Southern Gulf Islands Economic Development Commission which aims to build amenities for island residents and draw specialized tourism visitors to the islands. This conceptual trail plan is a key component of this initiative.

Experience the Gulf Islands: Pedestrian and Cycling Trail Plan

Please come and provide us with your vision and ideas for a long term regional and community trail plan. The ETGI and CRD are working to bring the Trans Canada trail and other pedestrian and cycling infrastructure improvements to Galiano and the southern Gulf Islands with the intent of enhancing local quality of life as well as tourism and economic development opportunities. Your input will help shape the direction and priorities for phase one of this exciting project.
August 10, 10am-2pm at the Galiano Saturday Market

Southern Gulf Islands Cycling & Pedestrian Trail Plan

The Capital Regional District, in collaboration with the Southern Gulf Islands Economic Development Commission, is holding community meetings for preparing a cycling and pedestrian trail plan.

Come out and participate with your ideas on Mayne Island July 27, July 27, 11am-4pm, Farmers Market.

Experience the Gulf Islands is an initiative of the Southern Gulf Islands Economic Development Commission which aims to build amenities for island residents and draw specialized tourism visitors to the islands. This conceptual trail plan is a key component of this initiative.

Southern Gulf Islands Cycling & Pedestrian Trail Plan

The Capital Regional District, in collaboration with the Southern Gulf Islands Economic Development Commission, is holding community meetings for preparing a cycling and pedestrian trail plan.

Come out and participate with your ideas on Saturna July 20, 10am-12pm at the Community Hall.

Experience the Gulf Islands is an initiative of the Southern Gulf Islands Economic Development Commission which aims to build amenities for island residents and draw specialized tourism visitors to the islands. This conceptual trail plan is a key component of this initiative.

Galiano Saturday Market

The Galiano Market Society is proud to host The Galiano Saturday Market, which features home-grown, home-baked, home-made and hand-made products from our Gulf Island. At the Market you will find vegetables, fruit, fresh flowers, plants, breads, jams/jellies, knitted goods, fresh ground coffee and baked goodies. There is an ever changing pageant of seasonal offerings! Plan on coming early (starts at 10am sharp) and on having lunch at the Market, since many of our food vendors sell out by 1pm.

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