FOR ALL AGES, YOUNG AND UP! Interested in becoming more involved in your community? Want to make new friends and help preserve rural and farming traditions? Do you like Animals, Classic Cars, Hobbies, Art, Photography, Needlework or just attending Craft Fairs? Want to learn how to bake or make traditional foods from natural ingredients or share your know-how in a community kitchen?
Would you like to learn a secret from 1863? Want to help teach tradition to the next generation? Then you are ready to have a fun filled cultural experience with Bella from Perogie Pinchers of Victoria. Making your very own vegetarian Potato~Cheddar~Onion perogies to take home has never been more entertaining.
Dress for Success: BRING an apron or wear comfy clothing; closed-toe shoes; tie hair back or wear a hairnet, and if you don’t want to touch sticky dough.....bring some gloves.
Sooke Craft Beer & Spirit Festival
On Saturday, March 9 at 5 p.m., the doors of the Sooke Community Hall (2037 Shields Rd.) will open and folks will be invited in to taste the offerings of more than 30 beer, wine and spirit producers at the first annual Sooke Craft Beer and Spirits Festival.
Up to 20 local craft breweries and distilleries will be participating. Enjoy live music while you sip some fantastic beer, cider and spirits during this fun filled evening. You may just discover a new favourite!
The Sooke Region Multi-Belief Initiative (SRMBI) invites all in Sooke to attend the second in a series of open-space meetings to collectively develop a realistic, achievable Compassion Action Plan (CAP) for Sooke.
The meeting is set for Saturday March 2 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Sooke Baptist Church, 7710 West Coast Road. All welcome, free admission. Refreshments will be served.