Join the fun of “greening the Comox Valley ” by wearing green and celebrating St Patrick’s Day with us at 40 Knots Vineyard with our gracious hosts and Project Watershed supporters, Brenda and Layne Craig. The celebration will include a traditional Irish meal, Irish music and local 40 Knots wine and Gladstone beer. The evening will get under way with Harp music provided by Donna Crozier. Project Watershed will share some of our Kus-kus-sum activities and after dinner The Watershed Group will close out the evening with a variety of festive music. Read more
As part of their 11th anniversary celebration this Friday, My Tech Guys will be collecting donations for Project Watershed’s Kus-kus-sum project – to unpave paradise and restore the former Field Sawmill Site to natural habitat. Project Watershed staff will be on hand for part of the day to help explain the project and show how you can help.
“I’m truly thankful for the nearly 20,000 customers that have trusted us to look after their technical needs over the past 11 years”
My Tech Guys started in 2006 and has had the opportunity to support many of the organizations in the Comox Valley, including YANA, the Fish & Game, the Community Foundation, the Child Development Telethon and recently Project Watershed.
Project Watershed invites you to celebrate with My Tech Guys this Friday. They will be serving hot dogs from 10-2 and there will be prizes, coffee and Timbits throughout the day.
- When: 9:30am-2pm, Friday, December 1st
- Where: The Courtenay Store – 5-2401 Cliffe Avenue
- What: My Tech Guys’ 11th Birthday
Award-winning Comox Valley artist Brian Buckrell is holding his annual Christmas Show and Sale at Whyte’s Framing and Gallery in Comox from Saturday, December 1 – 22. Twenty percent of all paintings sold will be donated to Project Watershed, specifically for Kus Kus Sum, to “un-pave a parking lot and put up a paradise.” The old Field Sawmill reclamation and restoration campaign is one of the most important Valley projects in recent memory.
Brian will be painting, and welcomes visitors at the Gallery each Saturday from 1 to 4 PM.
We respectfully acknowledge that we live, work and play within the traditional territory of the K’ómoks Nation.
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projectwatershed at gmail.com