A Qualicum resident is looking for a student to house/dog sit from August 1st – August 16th. Please contact Anna for more information or to express interest.
Sunday, June 16th from 2-5pm
Activities for All Ages
We will have music, clothing swap, fire trucks, jousting, a dunk tank, bouncy castle, mechanical horse ride, carnival games, magician, balloon twister, water balloon dodgeball, washer toss, face painting, popcorn and cotton candy, and so much more!!!
Visit the Community Day events page for more details.
Volunteers Still Needed
Volunteers are still needed for the event and is a great way for teens to collect some volunteer hours. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in helping out.
Come one, come all, share and sell your treasures!
When: Saturday, June 1, 2019
Where: Qualicum Graham Park Neighbourhood – Resident driveways
Time: 8 am to 1 pm
Great opportunity to visit your neighbours and to finally clean out that basement or garage!
The Ottawa Orienteering Club invites you to try an urban orienteering event right here in our community this Sunday, April 28th.
Orienteering involves finding your way to multiple checkpoints with the use of a map and compass. It is a family-friendly activity for some and a competitive sport for others.
This is a low-key drop-in event. The registration is at St Paul’s High School from 10:00 – 11:00 and the event runs from 10:30 – 11:30. Cost is $13 adult, $7 child, under age 8 are free.
The four courses offered are:
- Novice – 2.4 km
- Intermediate – 4.3 km
- Short Advanced – 5.2 km
- Long Advanced – 7.7 km
New to orienteering? Join us at 10:30 for a 15 minute mini-intro to Orienteering. We ask that you arrive early enough to register for the event first so you have a map in-hand. The instructor will cover the event type, general procedures (SI stick, Clear and Check, finish process etc), safety information and basic map reading/navigation pointers. Look for the sign near the registration table and we’ll see you there.
More information on Ottawa Orienteering Club’s spring events:
LDSC offers various lessons following the CanSail programme with qualified CYA-certified instructors. CanSail 1 & 2 are an introduction to boat handling, whereas CanSail 3 and 4 facilitates the mastery of the finer points of sailing.
The attractive site has many trees to provide shade and lawns which extend down to a pebble beach. A perfect place to picnic and made even better by the gas barbecue and many picnic tables provided for the use of members. Courses will be run using Lasers and Wayferer Sail boats.
Adult Sailing lessons Monday & Friday or Tuesday & Thursday evenings in June 6:30 to 9pm
Youth Sailing lessons July: see there registration link for detailed dates and times as we add courses as demand dictates.
Quick lick to registration: https://lacdeschenes.checklick.com
Questions? Contact SailTraining@ldsc.ca
The 19th Nepean Scouts will be selling Christmas trees at the Community Centre again this year. Come support your local scouts by purchasing a Fraser or Balsam Fir tree.
Saturday December 8th
QGP Community Building
48 Nanaimo Drive
Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate while you pick out your tree.
For more information contact:
Paul McCraken at 613-761-6421 or at email@example.com