Preparations are underway for the 17th annual April Tools!
More info and download your team entry form
Event Volunteers Needed!
If you've got a couple of spare hours on event day to help out at the refreshment table or kids activity tables, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
April 20, 2018 from 2 - 4 pm
Sarah Wray Hall
Join us on Friday afternoon to hear about what we've been doing lately and what's on the horizon for this year. Yearly memberships are due.
Refreshments will be served!
Boatbuilding: January 2018
Join boatbuilder and instructor Rick Crook of Oyster Bay Boats and learn cedar strip boatbuilding techniques at Sarah Wray Hall starting Wednesday evenings in January 10, 2018.
The class project will be to build an 11.5-foot cedar strip canoe, which will be raffled off as a fundraiser for the Royal Canadian Search & Rescue Unit 61, Pender Harbour.
More info (Sorry - registration is now full!)
Pender Harbour Days 2018: August 3-5
We're moving the Pender Harbour Days event to the August long weekend this year and will be focusing on maritime history and activities, including the boat parade (Friday), heritage boat displays, heritage talks, and more. Stay tuned for more information!
Nov. 19, 2017 Art Show a Great Success!
Thank you to everyone who came out on such a rainy day to visit our 2017 Art Show! Everyone enjoyed seeing the artwork produced by Shelley’s students in 2017, topped off by refreshments served by Rosemary and Christmas music served up by the HUGS ukulele group. The hall was rocking with great energy and enthusiasm. A big thank you to Shelley, the artists and volunteers who made it happen. If you’ve always wanted to give art a try, watch the website for new classes in 2018.
From the Archives
Photos from the 1960's and 1970's have recently been added. Please browse the archives and go to Advanced Search then Catalog Number and enter 2012.2 to view the additions.
Can you identify anyone in these photos?
(Click the image to view the larger size in our database, and then "send us feedback" on the photo page to identify people, places, and things.)
Heritage Signs in Pender Harbour
One of our ongoing projects includes marking the trails and pathways of Pender Harbour with directional and interpretive signage. Initiated by the Pender Harbour Hikers, the signage project is funded by a grant from the Sunshine Coast Community Forest Legacy Fund made through the Pender Harbour Advisory Council. Continue reading...
Pender Harbour history