Category Archives: Centre News

Thanks To All Who Participated & Supported the 2nd Annual Saltair Fall Craft Market

A Huge THANK YOU to all who attended and supported the Saltair Community Centre’s 2nd Annual Fall Market

Everyone was incredibly patient while waiting in line to come inside, promptly  donning masks and following COVID protocols.

There was plenty of laughter, chatting and delight in seeing old friends. Folks were  happy to be out shopping locally after such a long period of pandemic restrictions.

Thank you the incredible crafting vendors that came from all over the Island, including one from Delta BC!

A very special thanks to Ladysmith Lions Club Snack Shack  for providing hot food and beverages….such a treat to have you there as well.

Many thanks  to the Saltair Community Society Directors who hosted this fun event and to Helen who managed the frequent  spot cleaning  and sanitization.  Awesome volunteer teamwork!

Over $500 was raised for the our local Food Bank!  Thanks to all who donated.

Stay tuned for our upcoming  Coastal Singers Concert December 4th, 2021, Our Open House January 22nd 2022, 3rd Annual Seedy Sunday March 6th 2022, and our 1st Spring Craft Market April 29th, 2022!

SCS Events Coordinator

 

 

 

 

Saltair Fall Craft Market

Please join the fun and support the Saltair Community Society, Local Craft Vendors and local Charities!

Saturday, October 23rd 2021
10 am to 3 pm
3850 South Oyster School Rd
Gymnasium

Face Mask required Covid  Protocols to be Followed

Admission: Cash Donation for Foodbank

Lions Club Snack Shack will be there!
Hotdogs $3.00
Hamburgers $5.00
Cheese Burger $6.00
Chicken Burger $6.00
Coffee $1.00
Pop $2.00
Water $1.00
Proceeds of food sales support the Lions Club

Saltair’s 3rd Annual Seedy Sunday 2022 Save the Date

Attention all Gardeners and Plant Lovers!

Save the Date!

Now is the time to Save your Seeds and Divide up your plants for the 3rd Annual Saltair Seedy Sunday, March 6th, 2022!

Saltair Community Society will be hosting this event to be held at the Saltair Community Centre.

To Book a table please contact ainlet [at] shaw [dot] ca

Saltair Community Society Director Lia Versaevel
Seedy Sunday Saltair Community Centre Auditorium
M & B Vendors at Saltair Seedy Sunday Event

Music Theatre Performance Classes Offered

Music Theatre Performance Classes Offered

Classes available  for aspiring Broadway performers!

Students will sing, gain training in their vocal technique, and grow their confidence as a performer.

I have over 35 years of professional experience and I can’t wait to share my knowledge with them!

Stephanie Roth in Wizard of Oz
Stephanie Roth Mary Poppins

8 week session starting Monday Oct 18th
Ages 9 to 12 @ 4 – 5:30 pm
Ages 13 to 17 @ 5:45 – 7:45 pm

Saltair Community Centre Room 19

Click on link for more information and to Register:  Stephanie Roth.ca

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Today September 30th, marks the first ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada

A day for healing and reflection on the harmful legacy of colonialism in Canada, including the atrocities of the residential school system. Today many will also honour the resilience of those who survived unspeakable direct and intergenerational trauma.

The following are some of the support services available to those needing help on this difficult day:
Support services for Indian residential school survivors in B.C.:
Indian Residential School Survivors Society, phone: 1 800 721-0066 or 604 985-4464
Tsow-Tun Le Lum for Indigenous peoples in B.C., phone: 1 888 403-3123
The Métis Crisis Line for Métis people in B.C., available 24 hours a day at 1 833 638-4722
The KUU-US Crisis Line Society provides a 24-hour, provincewide Indigenous crisis line for Indigenous peoples in B.C.
Adults, call 250 723-4050
Children and youth, call 250 723-2040. Toll-free: 1 800 588-8717
First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line for Indigenous people across Canada: Phone toll-free 1 855 242-3310 or chat online: www.hopeforwellness.ca/
24-Hour National Crisis Line for residential school survivors and others affected: 1 866 925-4419
Orange Commemorative T- Shirts can be purchased at Oyster Bay Husky and Esso stations north of Ladysmith
Orange Commemorative T- Shirts can be purchased at Oyster Bay Husky and Esso stations north of Ladysmith