Calendar//Events

27 WEDNESDAY 2pm – Wild Pacific Trail Shipwrecks Forests Guided Walk with RES guide. Meet at the Lighthouse Loop Recycling Day in Ucluelet Preschool Play Group, 10am-noon, Tofino Community Hall.

Seniors Social Afternoons, 1:30-4pm, Tofino Legion. Free admission refreshments. Dominos, crib, board games, pool, snooker darts. Strong Start, Ucluelet Elementary School, 8:35-11:35.

Holy Family Church, 9:30am, 1664 Peninsula Rd. Ucluelet.

Ucluelet library, open 1-6pm

28 THURSDAY Tidepool Explore, 10 a.m. Big BeachPark, sponsored by Wild Pacific Trail and Ucluelet Aquarium, Healthy Babies Program/Family Ties, 10:30am.

Drop-in for expectant, new parents, Coastal Family Place, Free community lunch, noon-2pm, Coastal Community Services Hub, Ucluelet. Info 250-726-2343.

Ucluelet AA weekly Monday and Thursday at 8pm. The location is Holy Family Church at 1663 peninsula rd.

The Edge Youth Room, 3-6pm, Ucluelet Community Centre Youth Nite at the Edge, Cooking, movies, art projects more, 6-8pm, $2. Tofino library, 331 Main St., 3-7pm. Pacific Rim Toastmasters, meet every Thursday at 7:30 -9:00. Guests always welcome. Call 250-726-2766 for info.

29 FRIDAY See What’s On for Weekend entertainment, P. 13 Carving on the Edge Festival Opening 7:30-9:30 PM. Free and open to the public Shore Pier Gallery on the water, 368 Main St., Tofino. Traditional welcoming to the Tla-o-qui-aht territory with drumming and singing, meet carving artists, this year’s Art Show, food. Festival runs 2 weeks.

Wickaninnish Inn Carving Shed – Carvers in Action @Wickaninnish Inn 10am – 5:pm Friday Ukee Night Market, 3-7 p.m.

Community Album Sally Mole, right, celebrated her first day on the job at the Ucluelet Chamber of Commerce on Monday. Mole has been hired on as the chamber’s new executive director and will spend the coming days being brought up to speed on her new responsibilities by outgoing executive director Sue Payne, left. ANDREW BAILEY PHOTO

The Edge Youth Room, 2-6pm, Ucluelet community centre Movies at Big Beach Cinema, UCC

30 SATURDAY Sat. Tofino Public Market 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Village Green. See Market Pages (page 13 ) for more market news.

Wild Things Scavenger Hunt for kids at Big Beach Children’s Interpretive Trail section 10 am. on Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet.

Carving on the Edge Family Carving Day 10:00 AM -2:00 PM Several Carvers will share techniques – Family Children Fun Tofino Village Green. Festival runs 2 weeks.

See What’s On for Weekend entertainment, P. 13 Movies at Big Beach Cinema, UCC Tofino library, 331 Main , 10am-noon 1-5pm. St. Francis of Assisi Church, mass 5:30pm, 441 Main St. Tofino.

AA meeting, 7:30pm, St. Francis Church, 441 Main, Tofino.

31 SUNDAY Parks Canada is teaming up with the Pacific Rim Arts Society to host local musicians Myles Morrison and Wayne Vliet at family friendly concerts at Green Point Theatre Sunday. a valid park entry pass is required, entrance is by donation.

Sand Dune Sunday with Parks Canada! @Schooner Cove Trail Parking Lot, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve 9:45 a.m.-3 p.m. August 31, 2014 @9:45 am – 3:00 pm Christ Community Church, 10:30am, 1419 Peninsula Rd. Ucluelet.

Grace Bible Church, 10:30am, Ucluelet Community Ctr., 500 Matterson Holy Family Church, 10 am, 1664 Peninsula Rd.

Ucluelet. St. Columba Church, 10:30am, 110 Second St.

Tofino. Tofino Bible Fellowship at Tofino Legion at 10:30.

1 MONDAY Labour Day Stat Holiday! Ucluelet AA weekly Monday and Thursday at 8pm. The location is Holy Family Church at 1663 peninsula rd.

Monday Movie Night at Clayoquot Community Theatre Floor hockey, 7-9pm, Ucluelet Seaplane Base Rec Hall. $2 drop-in.

Indoor Soccer, 8-10pm, Ucluelet Secondary School gym, $2. Competitive drop-in darts, doors 7pm, play 8pm, Tofino Legion.

Monday night at the Movies, Clayouot Community Theatre,

2 TUESDAY Tuesday-Clayoquot Sound of Freedom, 8pm, Clayoquot Sound Community Theatre. Join master digital storytellers Dan Lewis and Bonny Glambeck. Free Admission Fish and Loaves free community lunch 11:30 a.m-1:00 p.m at the St Francis church hall (just for July and August.)

Healthy Babies Program/Family Ties, 10:30am. Ucluelet library. Ucluelet Community Centre, open 1-6pm.

The Edge Youth Room, 3-6pm, Ucluelet Community Centre Youth night, 7-9pm, Tofino Legion. St. Francis of Assisi Church, mass 5pm, 441 Main St. Tofino.

Food Bank on the Edge, pick up 1-3pm, Seaplane Base Rd.

AA meeting, 7:30pm, St. Francis Church, 441 Main, Tofino.

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