to Aug 9th. Enjoy our point-to-point, certified net downhill course from Gibsons to Sechelt, with friendly West Coast hospitality, low entry fee, rural setting, finisher’s medals, hot soup and FUN! Run or walk the whole thing or do a 2 or 4 person relay. Free kids run for ages 7 and under.
This is a 2-session workshop, with lunch included. Manfred Schoelermann leads the morning expedition to Soames Park and Tamara de Grandmaison leads the afternoon painting session.
Intention Gathering is back for its 21st year of magic, bliss and community celebration! ♥
Intention is a multi-day, family friendly, participant co-created festival and retreat at the most intentional time of year.
KIDS’ PLAY SPACE!
SHARED MEALS AND ACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDED!
For more information, please go to www.intentiongathering.org . Much more information will be available there in the next few weeks.
Annual Christmas-themed run and walk event in Sechelt, with Santa hats for everyone, a ton of amazing draw prizes donated by local businesses, festive treats, hot chocolate and coffee, and live music! There’s even a dance-walk division. Start and finish near the Seaside Centre, with post-race festivities indoors.
This is a beautiful trail run in Powell River, on a dead flat 13.2 km wheelchair accessible trail around the very edge of the lake. It starts and finishes at a Provincial Park campground where you can stay if you like to camp; a regional campground is a few kilometres away. For those wanting to run a shorter distance, there is the Anthony Island 7k — an out & back utilizing the last 3.5k of the full lake trail — again, dead flat. Proceeds will be donated to Special Olympics.
Celebrate BC Culture Days by joining a free Public Art & Murals Walking Tour of downtown Sechelt. This professionally-guided tour will give you an opportunity to experience some of the locally-made art in our community. You will have the opportunity to discuss the artworks, as well as cultural events and activities in Sechelt. The tour will cover Sechelt’s newest murals, sculptures, and a hidden waterfront gem.
Annual family friendly run in beautiful Garden Bay, starting and finishing in Katherine Lake Park. Course goes past three other lakes in the area, with lots of shady treed sections. Age group awards, draw prizes, home-made goodies and fresh fruit. Bring the family and enjoy the lakes! Camping available on site (reservations recommended).