Sooke Region Food CHI Society is a registered, non-profit society consisting of a group of concerned individuals, producers and consumers, from Sooke District, Otter Point, East Sooke, and Shirley. We are developing a Food Strategy for the Sooke Region.
Through the centuries, nature has shaped the people and the history of the southwest coast of Vancouver Island. Presentation of this fascinating story, where the rainforest meets the sea, is the mission of the Sooke Region Museum.
It is a people's history, set in a land where a rainforest of infinite majesty matches the awesome grandeur of the Pacific Ocean breaking upon the western shore.
The Sooke Seniors Drop-in Centre was established in 2003 as a place for people 55 and older to meet for bingo, cards, scrabble, food and socialization. Inexpensive lunches (soup and or sandwich, etc.) are served Tuesday and Thursday each week, with a hot meal served once a month. The Better Breathers club and B.C. Pensioners & OAP #88 meet at the Drop-in Centre. With our move to our new location in the Dining Room of the Sooke Community Hall our schedules have change.
Our clubs from across Canada are excited as they prepare to welcome and serve learn to skate clientele from every walk of life, age and every interest level. All clubs will be ready to go as of September 1, 2014. We are pleased to note that we have some early adopters who are up and running now.
Be a part of the fun - join a Skate Canada club today and learn to skate with CanSkate!
Sooke Harbour Players 'The Best Little Theatre Company on the Coast'
Our Vision is to be recognized as a community partner, creating original, engaging and diverse entertainment. Our Mission is to create a healthy community by providing opportunities for everyone, to participate in the performing arts.
Our Values are Community, Equal Opportunity, Excellence, Integrity and Respect.
The Juan de Fuca Emergency Program provides comprehensive support, planning and management of emergency response in the Electoral Area through the operation of Emergency Social Services. This program provides assistance to residents who are evacuated during an emergency. In cases where residents are left without power, water or access to amenities during storms, natural disasters or other incidents, provision for food, shelter and clothing needs are provided for up to 72 hours.
The Sooke Children's Garden Club meets monthly from May till October; all children from the age of 3 are welcome to attend to learn 'how to grow'. The club is free for families and thanks the Sooke Lions, Harbourside Lions and the Rotary Club for their support.
We offer the opportunity for children to learn the basics of gardening, environmental stewardship, encourage them to volunteer in our community and support the Sooke Fall Fair.