Annual General Meeting
April 12, 2019, 1 pm
Sarah Wray Hall, 4334 Irvines Landing Road
Updates on our 2018 events and activities, as well as a preview of what's in store for the future. We will also discuss our many volunteer opportunities for people of all skill levels. See you there!
2019 memberships are due!
It's that time of year again! To renew your membership, drop your fee in the mail (4334 Irvines Landing Rd., Garden Bay, V0N1S1), in the drop-box on the back porch of Sarah Wray Hall, or at the next event you attend. See membership details and form.
If you're wondering if your membership has expired, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Natural Dye Workshop - silk
Natural Dye Workshop - Wool
Drawing Skills: March 4-20, 2019
Intro to Cedar Strip Canoe Building
Join boatbuilding instructor Rick Crook of Oyster Bay Boats
and build a cedar strip canoe in our workshop
TUESDAY evenings from January - March 2019.
Class is full! Watch for the canoe raffle starting in April!
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's Maritime History
Pender Harbour’s protected waters are fringed by an intricate shoreline. The names of the many coves and inlets hint of a colourful history: Whiskey Slough, Gunboat Narrows, Hospital Bay. In this unique place, pioneers lived at the water’s edge, always mindful of the great ocean that gave their home its life and meaning.
Until a road connected Pender Harbour to Sechelt in 1936, travel was mainly by water. Boats of all kinds visited harbour shores – dugout canoes, fishing boats, steamships, mission boats, forestry boats, school boat ferries, work boats, pleasure boats. Read more about Pender Harbour's Maritime Heritage.
Become a member!
If you care about preserving Pender Harbour's unique history and making it available for others to learn about and enjoy, please help by becoming a member of the Pender Harbour Living Heritage Society. More information
Pender Harbour history