SCCA News

It's that time of year again … time for our annual CELEBRATION OF CONSERVATION fundraising dance party!!

Saturday, February 27th at 8 pm at the Roberts Creek Hall

Featuring the fabulous live local music of Matthew Lovegrove, the Knotty Dotters Marimba Band, and the Brothers in Farms.
Great music, fun folks, good food and all for a good cause!
Kids 5 and under are free.  Tickets for $20, or $21.50 online.

Tickets are available online via the Sunshine Coast Share-There website, or in person at Gaia’s Fair Trade Gifts in Lower Gibsons, or at the Sechelt Visitor Centre.

To get involved as a volunteer, or donate items for the concession and door prizes, contact Melissa:  melissajeanrayfield@hotmail.com.

 Join the Sunshine Coast Conservation Association for our first annual Deepening Community Connections Environmental Conference!
Saturday, February 27th from 9 am to 4 pm at the Roberts Creek Hall.

If you work or volunteer in the local environmental and/or sustainability movement, or are looking to get more involved in local initiatives and groups, this conference is for you! 

Share about your projects, mission and ideas, learn about what other organizations are doing, and best of all, enjoy the opportunity to get to know each other so that together, we can nurture a strong, connected and empowered community.  There are limitless opportunities for cooperation and mutual support!

For more information, contact office@thescca.ca.  To register and find out more, go to our event page.


Space is limited, so if you’re keen to participate, register today.

The SCCA is honoured and pleased to announce the award of the 2016 John Hind-Smith Award to the shíshálh Nation Elders, Council and Members for outstanding environmental stewardship. 
 
We invite the community to join us at the Award Ceremony and Celebration on SATURDAY, MARCH 12th, 3 - 6 pm at the SIB Hall.  We will feast in celebration. Please bring a potluck item to share to augment our salmon dinner!
 
For more information contact info@thescca.ca

Click here to read the letter to Chief Craigan and Council

For those of you who weren't able to join us for our 2015 Annual General Meeting on June 22nd, you can still read all about it here! (AGM draft minutes including reports).