Are you a dog living in Downttown New West? Bring your owners we would love to meet them!
Food and fun, bring your family and make new friends
A group of seniors were invited with their families to share a meal, they were also invited to introduce each member of their family unit, what they do, where they come from and they favourite things they enjoy doing! It is a moment to feel proud, a moment to connect and create so much potential for growth in so many aspects After introductions, really fun games were organized and food was served! Everyone was feeling included and wanted to participate. More opportunities to connect and make friends to come!
Community Cooking classes for immigrant woman
The New West Plant-Based Cooking Club is a safe space to get to know our friendly New West neighbours and have a good time while learning to cook and eat delicious plant-based food. Everyone is welcome to join, the only request is that you live or work in New Westminster, BC.
A Community, Arts, Ecological, Whimsical Outdoors Event
The New West Summer Night’s Dream Solstice Event is a community artistic endeavor and will be held in Glenbrook Ravine on Sunday June 23rd 2019. This new event involve many artistic partners: NWSS Fine Arts students (drama, arts, dance, and music) and local professional artists.
As a non-profit dancing group, we focus on the health and happiness of our neighbors. Our project can help people meet new friends and get good relationships with their neighbors. Also they will
learn dancing skills and be healthy and happy. We also organize some parties after dancing class. Organize them to
perform dancing in the public. Such as Langley senior house in Christmas, Chinese new year celebration party , Surrey
Fusion Festival in summer.. All neighbors are very proud to contribute for our community.
On a recent sunny morning, the Salt Spring library’s program room was filled with conversation, laughter and the occasional squeal from a happy baby. Groups of women were gathered around several wooden coat stands and ladders, busily knotting macramé plant hangers as they chatted.
As I think about different issues that we are facing today, there is no better time to exercise being a citizen and being a resident of your community. There is one powerful thing that we can do, VOTE.
Last year, we had municipal elections all over the province. As the election date approached, many of the candidates began popping up on my social media feed explaining their platform.
Between the tail end of 2017, and the rest of 2018, there wasn't much of a break between cold and flu seasons. I work in food, and also in health, and noticed that people in Vancouver were continually sick!
This is an expensive city to live in, and most of us can't afford to miss several days of work.
This workshop focused on affordable, accessible, natural, and edible measures that people can take daily, as a step of preventative health care, to protect themselves, their families, and communities from illness.