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2 Christmas Eve services on Dec 24th

Sooke Baptist Church
7110 West Coast Rd, Sooke

6:00 PM
8:00 PM

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!

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.

Edward Milne Community School
6218 Sooke Rd

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

The Otter Point Volunteer Fire Department’s Annual Candy Cane Run is scheduled for Saturday December 8 2018. Santa will ride through Otter Point on a decorated fire truck. Candy canes Will be handed out to all the kids and food will be collected for the Sooke food bank.
Watch our Facebook page for the route and times !

“We need your support. Please consider attending this event and helping our marine SAR volunteers with financial support by purchasing your beer and burger tickets and many, many auction items.

“Auction items and prizes from Village Food Markets Western Foods, 2 Reel Fishing Adventures Sea Park, The Source, Buffy’s Pub & Liquor Store and much more.

“Please come out and meet the crew of your local RCMSAR marine search and rescue unit.”

On Sunday December 2 between 1:00pm to 4:00pm, the Sooke Arts Council will be launching their new book at the Sooke Masonic lodge, 6544 Throup Rd.

There will be the usual book launch activities of readings and perhaps music. The book has a total of 33 contributors, including well-known musician Morry Sterns who wrote the Earth Day Anthem “Mother Earth,” author Wendy Morton and artist Linda Gordon.

Start December off right, this Saturday at Jenny’s Country Pantry & Tea Shoppe (corner of Church and Sooke Road).

Jenny’s staff is making a batch of homemade Turkey Soup and Cranberry Bread to go along some hot cider and hot chocolate, as well as a good selection of teas and coffee.

Live music is on tap with local singer/songwriters Ray Spencer and Willis Taylor who will be playing an acoustic mix of original and cover songs (there might be a few Christmas tunes as well).

–Celebrating Christmas in Sooke

A warm way to welcome the festive season is being offered by the Holy Trinity Anglican Church.

There will be a lesson and a beautiful candlelight Caroling session at the Church on 1962 Murray Road, on Sunday, December 2 starting at 6:00 pm.

Music will be provided by Ellen Himmer

The event is free and refreshments will be offered following the service.

Organizers promise that this event will put you in the mood.

Oh come, all ye faithful … Everyone is welcome!

Sooke Family Resources Society Building (CASA)
6672 Wadams Way

For more information please call 250-384-0408 or
email at sookecaregivers@gmail.com


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