Don't miss this week:
Friday, September 8
Live Musick at McKinney's Pub
Local heavy blues duo Royal Jelly and rapper MC Initial are joined by Victoria noisemakers High Arctic and Golden Hand for a night of loud “musick” at McKinney's Pub in the Rodmay Hotel. Show starts at 9 pm and cost is $10 at the door. For information, go to facebook.com/mckinneyspowellriver.
Saturday, September 9
Mike McCardell reading
Powell River Public Library presents uplifting storyteller and reporter Mike McCardell in an afternoon of conversation as he reads from his new book, None of This Was Planned. The event begins at 1 pm at the new library, 6975 Alberni Street. For information, call Mark at 604.485.4796.
Sunday, September 10
Pow! Town Roller Derby boot camp
Pow! Town Roller Derby league hosts a free, four-hour boot camp for ages 18 and over from 10 am-2:30 pm at Thunderdome, 4320 Joyce Avenue. For information or to register, email email@example.com.
Tuesday, September 12
Seniors soup and sandwich
Senior Citizens Association of BC Branch 49 presents a soup and sandwich event at 12 pm with its monthly general meeting following at Cranberry Seniors Centre, 6792 Cranberry Street. Cost is $5 at the door; there will also be a 50/50 draw.
Here are the other events happening Around Town this coming week and beyond:
Saturday, September 9
Kiwanis Club of Powell River will host a giant sale of books and Lions Club marmalade in support of the Jumpstart program from 10 am-1 pm at 4943 Kiwanis Avenue. All money raised stays in Powell River. To donate books in good condition, call 604.483.1440.
Sunday, September 10
Parkinson SuperWalk takes place at 10 am at Timberlane Park, 4500 Timberlane Avenue. Registration begins at 9:30 am. All ages are welcome at the province-wide Parkinson Society British Columbia fundraising event to raise awareness and funds for research and support services. For more information, call 604.485.4148.
Evangel Pentecostal Church presents Fall-A-Palooza 2017 from 10 am-2 pm at the church, 5139 Manson Avenue. Features at the free event include a one-hour service, barbecue, refreshments, games for kids and a bouncy castle. People attending are encouraged to bring a lawn chair.
Paws for a Cause Walk to Fight Animal Cruelty takes place at 1 pm at BC SPCA Powell River and District Branch, 7558 Duncan Street. Features include prizes, draws, free tote bags (while supplies last), games and a silent auction. Registration begins at 12 pm. For information, call 604.485.9252.
Monday, September 11
ORCA (On the Road with Children’s Activities) Bus provides early-childhood fun and learning from 10 am-12 pm at Lund Community Hall with StrongStart on board. For information, call 604.485.2132.
Wednesday, September 13
ORCA Bus provides early-childhood fun and learning from 9:30-11:30 am at Pacific Point Market with StrongStart on board. For information, call 604.485.2132.
Thursday, September 14
Crib is played from 1-3 pm every Thursday at 4943 Kiwanis Avenue. New players are welcome to attend. For more information, call 604.483.1440.
Malaspina Naturalists Club presents Earthquakes of Coastal BC by Alison Bird, earthquake seismologist with Natural Resources Canada, 7 pm at Cranberry Seniors Centre. Doors open at 6:30 pm and an annual general meeting also takes place. Everyone is welcome to attend; memberships are available. For information, call 604.485.0077.
Starts Thursday, September 14
Otago Rugby Club holds learning and conditioning sessions for boys and girls of all ages on Thursday nights from 5:30-7:30 pm at Cranberry field. Participants will learn the rules, make new friends and have fun getting into shape. For information, contact Bill at 604.483.8402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, September 15
ORCA Bus provides early-childhood fun and learning from 9:30-11:30 am at Willingdon Beach with StrongStart on board. For information, call 604.485.2132.
Saturday, September 16
BC Thanksgiving Food Drive begins at 9:30 am with volunteers picking up donations left in bags with previously delivered flyers attached. Non-perishable food items collected will be given directly to local food banks. For more details, go to bctfooddrive.org. To volunteer or for drop-off information, call 604.483.1171.
Powell River Public Library presents Campfire Session: For the Love of Bears, 7 pm at the library. Experts will share their insights into the world of bears and human interactions with bears. For more information, call 604.485.4796, extension 206.
Starts Saturday, September 16
Powell River Fall Fair takes place from 12-5 pm on Saturday, September 16, and Sunday, September 17, at Paradise Exhibition Park. Admission is $5 or free for ages 12 and under. For information, contact Ellen de Casmaker at 604.487.1304 or email@example.com.
Sunday, September 17
37th annual Terry Fox Run takes place at 10 am on Sunday, September 17, at Powell River Recreation Complex. Registration starts at 8:30 am. Entrants can run, walk, cycle or skate a 3.5 or 10-kilometre route. A free pancake breakfast follows for participants and volunteers.
Wednesday, September 20
Powell River Regional District hosts an open house to answer questions and provide feedback to Electoral Area B residents about its Solid Waste Management and Resource Recovery Plan from 6-8 pm at Myrtle Point Golf Club, 2865 McCausland Road. For more information, go to powellriverrd.bc.ca.
Thursday, September 21
Options for Sexual Health drop-in clinic available from 5-7 pm at Powell River General Hospital, public health entrance, 5000 Joyce Avenue. Access low-cost birth control, counselling, health screening, pap tests and more.
Sacred Heart Major Seminary professor Doctor Mary Healy speaks at 7:30 pm in St. Joseph's Hall, 7109 Glacier Street. The international speaker appointed by Pope Francis to serve on the Pontifical Biblical Commission discusses scripture, evangelization, christian unity and healing.
Friday, September 22
Cops for Cancer spaghetti dinner and silent auction takes place at 6 pm at Town Centre Hotel, 4660 Joyce Avenue. Tickets are $15 and available at Powell River RCMP detachment, 7070 Barnet Street, or at Town Centre Hotel.
Powell River Public Library presents Tech Savvy: Facebook and Instagram, 7 pm at the library. Learn about the most popular social media platforms. To register, email Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604.485.4796, extension 206.
Saturday, September 23
Coastal Ceilidh fundraiser for Clansman Pipe Band takes place from 9 am-11 pm at Lund Hotel. Features include piping and drumming workshops, a Celtic open mic, a Scottish dinner and dancing. Tickets available at The Medicine Shoppe, Velma's Candies, Boardwalk Restaurant, Lund Hotel and SunLund By-The-Sea Campground.
Powell River Fine Arts open house takes place from 11 am-3 pm at 5395 Timberlane Avenue. Anyone interested in learning or improving skills in pottery, quilting, painting, weaving, spinning, felting or dyeing is welcome to attend.
Powell River Regional District hosts a tour of the region’s old incinerator site to gain public feedback and answer questions about its Solid Waste Management and Resource Recovery Plan from 11:30 am-2 pm on Marine Avenue near Willingdon Beach. For more information, go to powellriverrd.bc.ca.
Powell River Public Library presents Tech Savvy: Facebook, 1:30 pm at Gillies Bay Seniors Centre. Questions about Facebook will be answered. To register, email email@example.com.
Thursday, September 28
BC Liquor Licensee Information Session takes place at 10 am in room 148 at Vancouver Island University, 7085 Nootka Street. Topics are relevant to restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Owners and staff members are welcome to attend. For information, go to goo.gl/mNrNnM; email LCLB.Education@gov.bc.ca to register.
Powell River Public Library presents Rock and Read from 3-5 pm on the fourth Thursday of each month at the library. The music and book club for ages 11 and over may deal with mature content. For more information or to register, contact Megan at 604.485.4796 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, September 30
Powell River Regional District hosts an open house to answer questions and provide feedback to Electoral Area D residents about its Solid Waste Management and Resource Recovery Plan from 12-2 pm at Texada Community Hall, 4913 Gillies Bay Road, Texada. For more information, go to powellriverrd.bc.ca.
Monday, October 2
Powell River Regional District hosts an open house to answer questions and provide feedback to Electoral Area C residents about its Solid Waste Management and Resource Recovery Plan from 6-8 pm at Lang Bay Hall, 11090 Highway 101. For more information, go to powellriverrd.bc.ca.
Starts Tuesday, October 3
Powell River Public Library presents Zine Lab for ages eight and up from 3-5 pm on Tuesdays in the Rotary Makerspace. Participants will combine old and new technology to create their own homemade magazines. For more information, contact Megan at 604.485.4796 or email@example.com.
Wednesday, October 4
Powell River Regional District hosts an open house to answer questions and provide feedback to City of Powell River residents about its Solid Waste Management and Resource Recovery Plan from 6-8 pm at Powell River Recreation Complex. For more information, go to powellriverrd.bc.ca.
Saturday, October 7
Powell River Regional District hosts an open house to answer questions and provide feedback to Electoral Area A residents about its Solid Waste Management and Resource Recovery Plan from 1-3 pm at Northside Community Recreation Centre, 9656 Larson Road, Lund. For more information, go to powellriverrd.bc.ca.
Lions Club meetings are held at 7 pm on the first and third Wednesday of every month at Snickers Restaurant on Marine Avenue. For more information, call Dean Gerhart at 604.485.9288.
Cranberry Seniors’ Centre hosts MS Support Group meetings at 10 am on the second Monday of each month. For more information, call 604.485.2037.
Narcotics Anonymous holds meetings at 7 pm every Friday in room 3018, Powell River General Hospital, 5000 Joyce Avenue. An addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use, and find a new way to live.
People in Pain holds People in Pain Support Group meeting from 2-4 pm on the first Tuesday of each month at Powell River General Hospital in the meeting room downstairs next to the cafeteria. Admission is free. For information, call Sandra at 604.223.1701.
Parents Together takes place from 7-9 pm on Tuesdays at Cranberry Child Development Centre, 6831 Artaban Street. Parents who are concerned about their teenage children’s choices or unsure how to support their teenage children are welcome. For information or to register, call 604.483.4042, extension 207, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn to play the great Highland bagpipe and fundamentals of music with the Lads and Lassies Pipe Band, 7 pm each Thursday at 7170 Esquimalt Court. Band is for children aged 10 through 16. To enrol or for more information, call Susanne at 604.485.2071 or George at 604.485.7375.
Powell River 4-H Clubs
4-H Clubs are accepting new members ages 9 to 19 for regular project work. Projects available are Cloverbuds (ages 6 to 8), sewing, crafting, foods and animals. Each club meets on different days. For more information, call Maureen Venables at 604.485.4534 or Helena Rogers at 604.485.5200.
Powell River Women in Business
Powell River Women in Business events are held at 7 pm on the third Wednesday of each month; members and non-members are welcome For details, go to prwomeninbusiness.com.
Powell River Yacht Club
Powell River Yacht Club invites people to crew boats during fun races, from 9 am-1 pm Saturdays, meeting at picnic tables beside ferry terminal parking lot. Anyone in reasonable shape and wishing to learn to sail is welcome. For more information, visit powellriveryachtclub.ca/racing.php.
Powell River Amateur Radio Club and Powell River Amateur Repeater Society meet at 7 pm on the second Wednesday of each month at Westview Flying Club. Emergency Radio Communication Unit meets at 7 pm on the last Wednesday of the month. New members are welcome. For information, email email@example.com.
Powell River Amateur Radio Club provides support to obtain a HAM radio operator licence. Morse code is not needed to obtain a licence and there is an accredited examiner in Powell River. For more information, call 604.223.4345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reach to Recovery
Reach to Recovery provides hospital and home visits to recently diagnosed breast cancer patients. Service offers one-on-one counselling with trained counsellors for anyone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer, and provides information. For more information, call Lorraine at 604.485.6114 or Leslie at 604.483.9120.
Red Hat Society
Powell River Sunshine Pearls, members of the Red Hat Society, meet for lunch on the third Tuesday of every month. The chapter is seeking new members who wish to have fun and frivolity. For more information, call Louise at 604.485.7444 or Irene at 604.485.3882.
Rotary Club of Powell River
Rotary Club of Powell River Sunrise meets 7:15-8:15 am Tuesdays at Town Centre Hotel. Be a guest and listen to interesting speakers on a variety of topics. No fee to attend as a guest. For information, contact Kim Miller at 604.485.4051.
Rotary Club of Powell River
Rotary Club of Powell River meets at 6:30 pm on Wednesdays at Julie’s Airport Café. To make a difference in the community, join the club.
Salvation Army and Lighthouse Community Church presents Faith Weaver Friends from 6:30-8 pm Wednesdays at Salvation Army. Features include games, music and snack-it cafe. Cost is $15 per child or $25 per family for one year. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 604.414.7243.
Everyone is welcome to attend and sing hymns at 10:30 am Sundays at the church, 4500 Joyce Avenue. Voices will be accompanied by piano or organ. For more information, call 604.485.6067.
Scottish Country Dancing
Scottish country dancing is held from 6:45-9 pm every Monday in the Westview Elementary School gym. This form of dancing is usually done with sets of six or eight people. For more information, call 604.485.6801.
First Powell River Scouts meet from 7-9 pm on Mondays at 5393 Timberlane Avenue for boys age 11 to 14. For more information, call Tina Bevans at 604.483.9634.
Senior Citizens Association of BC Branch 49
Bridge is played on Wednesdays from 10 am-12 pm and Fridays from 1-4 pm at Cranberry Seniors Centre. Other activities taking place at the centre include carpet bowling, crib, strength and balance exercises and Tai Chi. For more information, call 604.414.9456 or visit powellriverseniors.ca.
Sexual Awareness for Everyone
SAFE (Sexual Awareness for Everyone) Clinic offers free and confidential health services at Powell River Community Health, third floor, 5000 Joyce Avenue. For more information, or to book an appointment, call community health at 604.485.3310.
Single Seniors meet at 5 pm on the third Sunday of every month at Trinity Hall, United Church, 6932 Crofton Street. For information about the gatherings, which feature either a potluck or catered dinner, call 604.483.6658.
St. Joseph's Hall hosts a soup kitchen from 12-1 pm every Friday. The hall is adjacent to Assumption Church on Glacier Street.
StrongStart early learning programs are available for children birth to pre-kindergarten at Kelly Creek Community, James Thomson, Henderson and Westview elementary schools, and the ORCA Bus. These are free drop-in sessions with snacks provided. Birth certificates are required for registration. For information, call Rita at 604.485.6271, ext 2244.
Sunshine Coast Cloggers
Sunshine Coast Cloggers meet at 6:30-8:30 pm on Wednesday evenings at Powell River Christian School.
Sunshine Speakers meet from 7-8:30 pm every Thursday at Oceanview Education Centre. Everyone is welcome to attend and join in the fun of losing the fear of public speaking. For information, call 604.483.6454.
Taoist tai chi classes are held 10-11:30 am and 6:30-8 pm Wednesdays and 10-11:30 am on Saturdays at Trinity Hall, United Church.
Therapeutic Riding Association
Therapeutic Riding Association provides opportunities for volunteers to enjoy fresh air, exercise and guaranteed big smiles, 45 minutes a day or more, Monday to Thursday at Paradise Valley Exhibition Grounds. No experience is necessary, training is provided and hours are flexible. For more information, call Dusty at 604.485.0177.
Trail Riders Club
Powell River Trail Riders Club meets at 7:30 pm on the first Monday (except holidays) every month at the Paradise Exhibition Grounds clubhouse.
Townsite Heritage Society’s Townsite tours take place on an advanced-booking basis starting at Henderson House Museum, 6211 Walnut Street. For more information, email email@example.com or call 604.483.3901.
Circle of CARE (confidential, accepting, respectful, encouraging) is held from 7-9 pm every Wednesday at Elders/Cultural Centre, 4940 Salish Drive. The only requirement to attend is the desire for healthy relationships. For more information about this codependent’s anonymous group, call Robbi at 604.483.4474 or visit coda.org.
Powell River United Church holds Sunday services at 10:30 am every week at the church, 6932 Crofton Street.
Powell River Chapter of Vintage Car Club of Canada meets at 7:30 pm on the second Monday of each month at Westview Flying Club. Ownership not required, just interest. Occasionally, special functions are held at other locations. For information and location of the next meeting, call Doug at 604.413.2214.
Volunteer Powell River matches community volunteers with non-profit organizations and event organizers. To volunteer, call 604.485.2132, or drop in between 9:15 am-1 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays above Rona Building Centre and beside Camber College, 4750 Joyce Avenue.
River City Slims, a self-help weight loss group, meets from 5-6:30 pm every Thursday at Lighthouse Community Church on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Burnaby Street.
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) non-profit weight loss support group holds weekly meetings to provide information on nutrition, exercise and support for our members as they take off and keep off weight sensibly. For meeting times and locations or more information, contact Barb at 604.485.0025 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wildwood Ratepayers’ Association
Wildwood Ratepayers’ Association meets at 7 pm on the second Thursday of each month at James Thomson Elementary School.
Powell River Aikikai, self defence, the art of peace, instruction takes place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. For information, call 604.483.4695 or email email@example.com. Sessions are provided by a Canadian Aikido Federation accredited instructor.
22 Red Knight Powell River Air Cadets meets between 6:30-9:30 pm Thursdays at Timberlane Barracks.
Al Anon meets at 8 pm on Monday nights at Powell River United Church and 7:30 pm on Thursdays at the Lutheran Church. For more information, call 604.485.8474.
Powell River Fine Arts Club studio space is open daily at 5395 Timberlane Avenue. Members create pottery, quilting, weaving, spinning, mixed-media and painting crafts in a supportive, cooperative and fun environment with mentoring and good fellowship. New members are welcome. For information, call 604.483.3586.
Malaspina Art Society meets from 6-7 pm on the first Tuesday of each month, excluding July and August at Vancouver Island University, 7085 Nootka Street.
Bagpipes and Drums
Clansman Pipe Band offers free bagpipe and drum lessons to potential band members of all ages. Student pipers buy their own practice chanter and tutor book. Drumming students buy a practice pad and sticks. Band uniform will be provided. For information, call pipe major Ian Richmond at 604.344.2200.
Back Country Horsemen
Back Country Horsemen of BC, Powell River, meets on the first Friday of every month at a location to be decided. Everyone welcome to attend. For more information, call 604.487.9182.
First Powell River Beavers meets from 6-7 pm on Wednesdays at 5393 Timberlane Avenue for boys aged five to seven. For more information, call Tina Bevans at 604.483.9634.
Powell River Boxing Club opens for sparring, training and the use of speed bags, heavy bags, skip ropes and exercise equipment from 5-7 pm Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Oceanview Educational Centre. Admission is free or by donation. For more information, call Les at 604.485.7095.
Parent-led breastfeeding support group meets 10 am-12 pm on the last Monday of each month at Family Place, Town Centre Mall. Anyone interested in breastfeeding information and support is welcome to attend. For more information, call 604.485.2706.
Malaspina Camera Club meets at 7 pm on the third Wednesday of each month in the community room at Westview Elementary School. For more information, call Niels Voss at 604.485.6963 or Steven Grover at 604.485.5333.
Carlson Community Club
Carlson Community Club hosts charity bingo every Monday (except stat holidays). Doors and concession open at 5 pm with bingo starting at 6 pm at 4463 Joyce Avenue. Everybody is welcome to support local charities while having fun playing bingo. For more information, call 604.485.4571.
Carlson Community Club hosts fish and chips night every Wednesday, 5-7 pm at 4463 Joyce Avenue. This event is open to everybody. For more information, call 604.485.4571.
Carlson Community Club hosts steak night every Friday, 5 pm-7 pm at 4463 Joyce Avenue. This event is open to everybody. For more information, call 604.485.4571.
Chamber of Commerce
Powell River Chamber of Commerce hosts monthly luncheons with guest speakers. Everyone welcome. For more information, or to receive monthly email invites to chamber events, call the chamber office at 604.485.4051, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit powellriverchamber.com.
Powell River Chorus holds rehearsals at 7:30 pm every Wednesday in James Hall at Powell River Academy of Music, 7280 Kemano Street. For more information, call Janice Gunn at 604.485.3825.
Spirit of Community Choir gets together from 7-8:15 pm on Thursdays at Powell River Academy of Music, 7280 Kemano Street. Everyone is welcome to attend and join in.
Cinch card games are played weekly at 7 pm on Mondays at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 164, 6811 Alexander Street. Newcomers are welcome to attend.
Powell River Community Coalition meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7 pm in room 152 at Vancouver Island University.
Powell River Community Foundation provides a guest speaker to appear at community organization meetings. To arrange for a speaker leave a message at 604.483.8678, or email email@example.com. A volunteer will call back to discuss a date and answer questions about the foundation and its local contribution.
Powell River Community Health holds a youth clinic from 3:30-5:30 pm every Tuesday at Powell River General Hospital, third floor, 5000 Joyce Avenue. This clinic offers free and confidential health services to youth. For more information, call 604.485.3310.
Powell River Community Concert Band, directed by Roy Carson, meets 7:30-9 pm Thursdays in the Brooks Secondary School band room, 5400 Marine Avenue. Students and adults with basic musical experience on brass, reed or percussion instruments are needed and welcome. For information, call Read or Hanna at 604.485.5971.
Cranberry Community Hall Association
Cranberry Hall provides an affordable, versatile space for meetings and events at 6828 Cranberry Street. A song circle takes place on the second Sunday of each month and an acoustic coffeehouse takes place on the last Sunday by donation. For times or information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to cranhall.org.
Thursday evening crib club games start at 7 pm at Lang Bay Hall. For more information, call 604.578.8465.
First Powell River Cubs meets from 7-8:30 pm on Thursdays at 5393 Timberlane Avenue for boys aged eight to 10. For more information, call Donna Shaw at 604.483.2088.
Powell River Dart Association holds dart nights at 7:30 pm every Monday at Royal Canadian Legion Powell River Branch 164. The association is looking for new players.
Paddling for Life dragon boat team practice takes place from 6-7:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Shinglemill dock. New paddlers are welcome. For more information, call 604.485.3828 or 604.414.5274.
Duplicate Bridge Club
Powell River Duplicate Bridge Club plays three times a week, including 9:30 am on Mondays, 7 pm on Tuesdays and 2 pm on Thursdays at the Alano Club, 5903 Arbutus Street. For more information, call 604.485.4430.
Faith Lutheran Church
Faith Lutheran Church food cupboard is open from noon-1 pm on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month, 4811 Ontario Avenue.
Everyone on any journey of faith is welcome to worship beginning at 10 am on Sundays at Faith Lutheran Church, corner of Ontario Avenue and Alberni Street. Everyone is welcome.
Kelly Creek Garden Market takes place from 5-7 pm on Fridays at Kelly Creek Community Church grounds. Features include local produce, baking, crafts and live music.
Powell River Farmers' Market opens from 10:30 am-12:30 pm on Saturdays and 12:30-2:30 pm on Sundays at Paradise Exhibition Grounds, 4365 McLeod Road. Meet the farmers and purchase locally grown produce or baked goods.
Junior Forest Wardens meets at 7 pm on Wednesdays at Edgehill Elementary School. For more information, call Mickey McCracken at 604.487.9482.
Powell River Garden Club meets at 7 pm on the fourth Tuesday of every month January to June and September to November at Cranberry Seniors Centre, corner of Manson Avenue and Cranberry Street, for an enjoyable evening with interesting garden information, tea and coffee, exchanges and community support.
Powell River Genealogy group meets from 6:30-8:30 pm on the last Sunday of every month with an aim to obtain resource material and help interested persons begin their own family history. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information, call Moyra at 604.485.9549.
Girl Guides of Canada meet Wednesdays at Henderson Elementary School. Sparks, ages five and six, meet from 4-5 pm. Brownies, ages seven and eight, meet from 5-6:30 pm. Girls nine through 15 meet from 6:30-8:30 pm. For information, call 604.483.3234.
Girl Guides of Canada, Kelly Creek, meet from 4-5:30 pm every Wednesday at Kelly Creek Community Church, 2380 Zilinsky Road. For more information, call Pat Lewis at 604.487.9238.
Kiwanis Club of Powell River meets at 7 pm on the first and third Tuesday of each month. For location and more information, call 604.578.8465.
Powell River Public Library presents Young Writer’s Writing Group for ages 11 and up from 3-5 pm on Saturdays at the library. Participants will learn new skills, meet new people and practice writing in a welcoming, inclusive environment. For more information, contact Megan at 604.485.4796 or email@example.com.
Powell River Public Library hosts free board game nights from 5-8:30 pm every Wednesday and Friday at the library, 100-6975 Alberni Street. Open to all ages. Participants under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult. No registration necessary. Call 604.485.4796 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join lively and animated discussions with Powell River Public Library’s afternoon book club from 1:30-2:30 pm on the third Thursday of each month at the library. Membership is open to all. For more information, call 604.485.4796.