Help Sooke become a greener, cleaner community. Come to a meeting and learn how you can contribute by joining one of our local initiatives. ZWS is a citizen’s initiative affiliated with Transition Sooke.
Saturday, February 22, 2020
*NEW* 2 Tastings - One Day!
Afternoon Tasting 3:30-6:00pm
Evening Tasting 7:00-9:30pm
Sooke Community Hall, 2037 Shields Road, Sooke BC
Regular $35 per person (from Jan 1, 2020)
Ticket includes: entry, 6 - 4oz beer, 2oz wine or 1/2 oz spirits tasting tokens.
Additional tasting tickets can be purchased at the festival for $2.00 each.
Access to local breweries, distilleries and other local
Island craft beverage companies .
Live music, food to purchase and a good time for a good cause.
Wild Wise is having our first meeting of the year.
Wild Wise is a wildlife educational program working to reduce human-wildlife conflicts in our community. We are having our first meeting of 2020 and would love to see you there!
When: Sunday February 2nd @ 1pm – 3pm
Where: The Sooke Museum
Who: This is an all-ages event, no experience necessary
Come join us at this information session to learn more about local wildlife, what we do and how you can help.
Sooke Dance Studio's Performance Company, Crew and Special Guests, invite you to join us for our Winter Dance Showcase.
January 26 at 6:30 pm at the Sooke Baptist Church. Tickets are $10, available at the door. Doors open at 6 pm
Come see what Company and Crew have been working on since September. They will be joined by Sooke Dance Studio dancers performing in Festival and Competitions this Spring and other invited guests.
Gear up for Gardening at Sooke’s 11th annual
February 29, 2020
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,educational displays and a Kids Zone for a great family-friendly event.
Toronto-based singer-songwriter and fingerstyle guitarist Shawna Caspi hadn’t done much travelling before tapering off a series of administrative jobs to start touring full-time. She had never even rented a car. She had never been camping before performing at the Blue Skies Music Festival in 2014.
Blackthorn is a Canadian Celtic folk band that saw its inception back in 1989 with a group of musicians who found a common interest in a music that wasn’t all that common in Vancouver at the time. The group features four talented musicians, three of whom share lead vocals, bringing a refreshing diversity of character to the group’s polished sound.