Newcomers to Sooke and surrounding area call Judy Stedmann, to recieve the Community Welcome Basket, containing civic information and gifts from local merchants.
Judy McNeil 250-642 2268
New baby? call Judi 250-642-6726, to recieve Baby welcome basket.
For more information check out the Welcome Wagon Website.
The VI Llama and Alpaca Club offers the opportunity to not only purchase healthy animals but also joining our club will give you the support and confidence to care for your new animals. Our meetings offer workshops and tons of information through the experience of our many long time members. Whether it be fibre, packing or getting ready for your first show all you need to know is available through our club.
Pacific Centre Family Services Association has been delivering high quality child, youth, adult and family based services since 1968. From our current community based locations in Langford, Colwood and Sooke on South Vancouver Island, we provide a range of services across the Capital Region District. These include work with men and women addressing family violence, youth outreach and email counselling, family and couples counselling and counselling to address alcohol and other drug issues.
HOURS OF OPERATION (for patients of Dr. Ian McKnight, Dr. Brennan McKnight, Dr. Jeff Pocock, Dr. Anton Rabien, Dr. Tracy Forsberg, Dr. Tomas Vally, Dr. Robin Saunders, Dr. Hagen Kluge) Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm
URGENT CARE CLINIC
Monday to Friday 2pm to 6pm
Saturday 9am to 12:30pm
CLOSED SUNDAY & STATUTORY HOLIDAYS
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, OUR YOUTH CLINIC HAS BEEN CANCELLED. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
Originally established in 1974, the first veterinary hospital of Sooke has grown a great deal over the years. After moving to our current location under the care of Dr. Joseph Shaffer, the practice was bought by Dr. Lambert in 2013. Dedicated to excellent service, Sooke Veterinary Hospital is pleased to continue working in the community providing affordable, compassionate care for dogs, cats and pocket pets of all sizes.
The Seniors Activity Society owns and operates a bus for the purpose of supporting its members with transportation challenges. The activity bus will pick up people at their homes and take them to various locations so they can socialize and get out of the house. Maintaining social contacts has been identified as a key component to healthy aging.
Regular activities: Monday - Ayre Manor residents are driven to activities, shopping & lunch