Thu28Feb20191:30 amTrail Bay Mall - located beside RX Drugmart
Join us for refreshments, appetizers and presentation.
As a speaker, Ted Topping offers real-life, actionable advice. His keynotes and interactive presentations are motivational, inspirational and entertaining, and they provide significant lasting take-away value.
Ted's message resonates especially well with retail, hospitality, tourism and service companies, all of which need to deliver on the all-important details that create a memorable customer experience and sustained success.
Tickets available HERE
In partnership with:
Fri03May2019Sat04May201911am - 4pmDowntown Sechelt
Visit our many amazing eateries in the Downtown and sample a $5 menu item. Our town offers food from every corner of the world including Greek, Italian, West Coast, French, East Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Filipino and Mexican. Spend your afternoon shopping and eating in our beautiful village. There will be Happy Hours at select restaurants so be sure to wet your whistle with some local craft beers on tap.
Wed08May201912-2pmTeredo Square - Teredo Street
Fri21Jun2019Fri30Aug201912pm - 2pmCowrie St. in front of Cowrie Pharmacy
Join us for music and art every Friday from June 21st to August 30th at the grassy area on Cowrie in front of Sunstone Beads and Cowrie Pharmacy. Watch local musicians and artists perform their unique talents and check out the local shops in the downtown too!
Mon01Jul20191030am - 4pmDowntown Sechelt & Hackett Park
Be sure to visit the Village of Sechelt and Hackett Park on July 1st for our annual parade, beer gardens, live music and entertainment. This year the Sechelt Fire Department will be hosting the Firefighter Games at Hackett Park upper sports field along with a beer garden. The Sechelt Farmer's Market invites food vendors and artisans from all over the coast for one of the largest outdoor markets of the year. The Coastal Cowgirls will perform routines in Hackett Park after participating in the Canada Day parade. There will also be a Main Stage with live music and performances by local talent. Look for lots of activities for kids too so be sure to join in this FREE event. Downtown Sechelt will have two music stages, beer gardens, food vendors and live entertainment including FIR, Brothers in Farms, Whiskey Business, Suncoast Concert Band, & Keely Halward.
Sponsored in part by:
Tue24Sep2019Tue22Oct201910am - 5pmDowntown Sechelt
Look for this poster in shop windows. Enjoy local artists creations as you stroll through downtown Sechelt. Experience the amazing works of our celebrated artists including painting, sculpture, photography, glasswork, and pottery.
Download printable MAP
Sat28Sep201912pm - 5pmDowntown Sechelt
Join us for CRAFT BEER, CIDER, FOOD, SIDEWALK SALES, LIVE MUSIC and KIDS GAMES.
FREE Entrance. Cowrie between Trail and Inlet.
$100 CASH PRIZE FOR BEST COSTUME
Live Music: Billy Hillpickers, Modern Terror and Quantum Council.
Please do not drink and drive. There is public transit and taxi services available.
Event sponsored by:
Fri08Nov20197am - 10amSunshine Coast Golf & Country Club
What is Single Use Plastic?
Single use plastic is petroleum-based packaging that is designed to be used once, and then discarded. It is primarily used for wrapping and packaging food, drinks and groceries, and includes plastic drink bottles, produce and shopping bags, cutlery, take-away food containers, cups, straws, plastic wrap, six pack rings, and more. Even paper coffee cups can be lined with plastic.
Why Stop Using Single Use Plastic?
- Many plastic items cannot be or are not recycled. Globally only 7 – 9% of plastics collected are recycled (https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2017/07/plastic-produced-recycling-waste-ocean-trash-debris-environment/) – the rest end up in our landfills or in our environment. As you know, commercial recycling pick-up in Sechelt has been suspended, making it difficult for customers and businesses to recycle at all.
- It takes a significant amount of energy and resources to manufacture and ship single-use plastics, only to be used briefly and then discarded. This is an inefficient and expensive way to use scarce resources.
- Small particles of plastics are now found throughout our earth, air, water, plants, animals and our own bodies! A whopping 8 million tonnes of plastic ends up in our oceans each year, worldwide. By 2050, there will be more plastic by weight than fish in the sea!
- Plastic takes only a couple seconds to throw out and approximately 400 years to biodegrade, with most of the plastic ever produced still exists in the environment.
- Taking action on the unsustainable use of plastics helps to reduce climate change by lessening our reliance on petroleum by-products.
Tue19Nov20195:30 pmSeaside Centre Sechelt
Thu28Nov201910am - 530pm5660 Cowrie St.
Sat30Nov20195:45 pmCowrie St. Downtown Sechelt
Sun22Dec2019Mon23Dec20195-8pmRockwood Lodge Sechelt