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December 2018

Edward Milne Community School
6218 Sooke Rd

Attendees are encouraged to bring
non-perishable food for the Sooke Food Bank

Video games, an epic accomplishment of technology, allowing people of all ages to have fun and make friends, all from the comfort of home, so why not come down and participate in an equally epic gathering of Gamers in the Super Smash Bros Club!
For the next several months the Super Smash Bros Club will meet on the first two Tuesdays out of each month and host a Smash Bros competition at EMCS.

The Sooke Folk Music Society finishes off the year in fine form with our traditional all-open stage, this Saturday, December 15th, 2018.

Our suggested theme will be Christmas, Solstice and other seasonal selections.  But as always, let your creativity be your guide.  If you have ever had an urge to share you musical talents please mark the date on your calendar and rest assured you will be given a warm welcome.

We have had wonderful Fall/Winter season and sincerely thank everyone for their generous support of live music in Sooke.  We look forward to seeing you there!

2 Christmas Eve services on Dec 24th

Sooke Baptist Church
7110 West Coast Rd, Sooke

6:00 PM
8:00 PM

On December 12th Awareness Film Night is honoured and excited to be bringing the film “Picking Up the Pieces: The Making of the Witness Blanket” and filmmaker Carey Newman to Sooke.
Filmmaker and Master Carver Carey Newman created the Witness Blanket over several years by weaving together over 800 found items from old residential school buildings, churches and other cultural structures across Canada, to create “a national monument to recognize the atrocities of the Indian Residential School Era.”

How seniors can identify and protect themselves from fraud, covering who is vulnerable,
why seniors face a greater risk, what are some of the most common types of fraud, how
to protect yourself, reporting a fraud, and resources available to help.

Presenter: Brenda Johnston

Friday January 11; 1:30-3:00 (by donation)
Sooke Child Youth & Family Centre
6672 Wadams Way

Please register through SEAPARC at 250-642-8000 or

Afternoon session with Roy Brown, who has spent the past 50+ years working as a
clinical and educational psychologist, lecturing and consulting in over 30 countries.
Many stories, insights and travel adventures have taken place. In this presentation he
describes and discusses some of the more poignant and picturesque of these adventures,
giving insights into people, places and events.

Presenter: Roy Brown

Friday March 1; 1:30-3:00 (by donation)
Sooke Child Youth & Family Centre
6672 Wadams Way

Women and investing, covering the gender retirement gap, how saving is different from
investing, saving for retirement, saving and planning for retirement, removing financial
stresses, women's reality in the workplace, and daughter care.

Presenter: Brenda Johnston

Friday March 29; 1:30-3:00 (by donation)
Sooke Child Youth & Family Centre
6672 Wadams Way

Please register through SEAPARC at 250-642-8000 or

Transition Town offers an inspirational and practical model for a community-led response tp
peak oil and climate change. This series will explore the story of how the Transition Movement
started on a small Irish farmstead, and has since gone viral around the world; experience the
process that a Transition community goes through; and vision what the future Sooke might look
like if we address our challenges with community-scale responses.
(Facilitator: Mary Coli; co-sponsored with Transition Sooke)

Explanation of risk and how to transfer risk and benefit society. How insurance is regulated in
Canada to protect consumers. How the claims process works and how claims are evaluated.
(Facilitator: Maurice McFadden)
Three Thursday sessions: January 10,17,24; 1 :30-3:00 (by donation)

Please register through SEAPARC at 250-642-8000 or


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