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January 2019

Intermission Film Series is opening the 2019 program with a film requested by the audience: Michael Curtiz’s 1942 classic: “Casablanca”
If you’re seeing it for the first or dozenth time, it’ll be a treat to view this Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman on the big screen on January 9th, in the EMCS Community Theatre (Edward Milne Community School, 6218 Sooke Road). Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the films starts at 7:00 p.m.
In the seven decades since its production the film has grown in popularity. Murray Burnett called it “true yesterday, true today, true tomorrow.”

For friends/relatives of those with acohol abuse issues.

St Rose of Lima
2191 Townsend Rd

For more info 250-383-4020

Date(s): 
July 24, 2019 7:30 pm

Sooke businesses will be showcased at the upcoming Sookarama on April 27.

Take a unique and relaxing break from the bustle of everyday life.  The Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra presents its popular Tea and Symphony, Sunday February 10, 2:30 pm at the Sooke Community Hall, 2037 Shields Road. Enjoy a delightful afternoon of light classical music and traditional afternoon tea.
Yariv Aloni, Sooke Philharmonic Music Director, has selected for your entertainment an appealing mix of favorite classics, including works by Haydn, Elgar, and Tchaikovsky.

Wild Wise Sooke is having their first volunteer meeting of 2019. The meeting will take place on Tuesday January 22 starting at 7:00 p.m. in the board room at SEAPARC.

We are excited to advertise our annual Family Literacy week event.
We are funded by Decoda Literacy solutions who this year suggested the theme “Make it” to focus on Science Technology Engineering Art and Maths activities, commonly known as S.T.E.A.M! No doubt many parents will have bought S.T.E.A.M toys for Christmas… and know the fun exciting opportunities available for learning through play. We have partnered with Engineering for Kids Vancouver Island to bring some unique and engaging workshops, for you to attend with your kids, to Sooke for FREE!

New Year’s Resolution:  Read interesting books!  Join the Transition Sooke Book Club for informal, friendly and sure to be lively and far-ranging discussions of thoughtful books focused on contemporary issues. One book per night will be discussed on three Wednesday evenings this Jan. Feb. and March from 6:30 to 8 pm at the Vancouver Island Regional Library – Sooke. The books have been selected by organizers Paula Johanson and Bernie Klassen from Transition Sooke. 

New Year’s Resolution:  Read interesting books!  Join the Transition Sooke Book Club for informal, friendly and sure to be lively and far-ranging discussions of thoughtful books focused on contemporary issues. One book per night will be discussed on three Wednesday evenings this Jan. Feb. and March from 6:30 to 8 pm at the Vancouver Island Regional Library – Sooke. The books have been selected by organizers Paula Johanson and Bernie Klassen from Transition Sooke. 

New Year’s Resolution:  Read interesting books!  Join the Transition Sooke Book Club for informal, friendly and sure to be lively and far-ranging discussions of thoughtful books focused on contemporary issues. One book per night will be discussed on three Wednesday evenings this Jan. Feb. and March from 6:30 to 8 pm at the Vancouver Island Regional Library – Sooke. The books have been selected by organizers Paula Johanson and Bernie Klassen from Transition Sooke. 

Gear up for Gardening at Sooke’s 10th annual SEEDY SATURDAY
February 23, 2019 
10am- 3pm at the Sooke Community Hall
2037 Shields Road, opposite the Legion on Eustace Road

Sooke Food CHI presents the Seedy Saturday, Sooke’s one-day seed and local food growing event. The day will showcase a range of seed and plant vendors, a seed exchange table, plus educational displays featuring information on everything from composting, to keeping bees, workshops, and a Kids Zone for a great family-friendly event.

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