Community Events

26 WEDNESDAY

Tuff City Idol karoke contest, Jack’s Pub, Marina West, Tofino.

Wed. Feb 26, Diabetes Information Session 7-9 p.m. – Coastal Family Place, Tofino. Carley Grigg, Tofino General Hospital, Physio Therapist. Free presentation is for anyone with diabetes, at risk of diabetes or their families. Discussion will include diabetes, how exercise can assist in managing diabetes when done safely and will teach simple home exercise programs for managing diabetes. Improv Workshop-6 p.m. Clayoquot Community Theatre. Free.

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

27 THURSDAY

Thurs. Feb. 27 from 8:30 -10 a.m. Tofino Chamber of Commerce Green Breakfast, Commonloaf Bakery. Keynote Topic: “Green” Community Economic Development St. Columba Church Bible Study 10:30 am, Ucluelet Community

Center, Healthy Babies Program/Family Ties, 10:30am. Drop-in for expectant, new parents, Coastal Family Place, Tofino.

Wickaninnish Community School’s StrongStart program. Monday and Fridays 8:45-11:45 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10:30-1:30 Free community lunch, noon-2pm, Coastal Community Services Hub, Ucluelet. Info 250-726-2343.

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.

28 FRIDAY FREE

Youth Dance Party 8 -10pm at Tofino Community Hall. Ages 13-18. Meet Project Soul Hip Hop Dancers from Vancouver and register for FREE youth Hip Hop Dance workshops March 1-2. info@aeriosa.com or 604-803-2967 Fri, Feb 28 -Black Rock Resort hosts fundraiser for USS Band program Music by the USS Jazz Band, Left at the Junction, Prestor John’s Gone, and Bassmagic, as well as an open mic. Doors at 6:30, music at 7 p.m. $12 at the door and there will be free snacks.

Strong Start, Ucluelet Elementary School, 8:35-11:35 a.m. Tofino Library Storytime 11:30 a.m.-12 noon. 331 Main St. Preschool The Edge Youth Room, 2-6pm, Ucluelet Community Centre

1 SATURDAY.

Sat. Mar. 1 Project Soul: Hip Hop FREE youth dance workshops! 1130am-130pm class for ages 13-15. 2-4pm class for ages 16-18. info@aeriosa.com or 604-803-2967 Ucluelet library, Ucluelet Community Centre, open 10am-2pm.

Tofino library, 331 Main St., open 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.

2 SUNDAY

Sun. Mar. 2 Project Soul: Hip Hop FREE youth dance workshops! 1130am-130pm class for ages 13-15. 2-4pm class for ages 16-18. info@aeriosa.com or 604-803-2967 Christ Community Church, 10:30am, 1419 Peninsula Rd. Ucluelet. Grace Bible Church, 10:30am, Ucluelet Community Ctr., 500 Matterson Dr.

Holy Family Church, 9:30am, 1664 Peninsula Rd. Ucluelet. St. Columba Church, 10:30am, 110 Second St. Tofino.

Tofino Bible Fellowship meets at the Tofino Legion Hall, 331 Main Street at 10:30

3 MONDAY

Monday Night Movies, Tofino, Clayoquot Community Theatre, see

What’s On for details. Strong Start, Ucluelet Elementary School, 8:35-11:35 a.m. Floor hockey, 7-9pm, Ucluelet Seaplane Base Rec Hall. $2 drop-in. Indoor Soccer, 8-10pm, USS gym, $2 Competitive & drop-in darts, doors 7pm, play 8pm, Tofino Legio

4 TUESDAY

Tues., Mar. 4 More Precious Than Gold-Mining in Clayoquot Sound? Clayoquot Action discussion. With speakers: Saya Masso, Tla-o-quiaht First Nations; Jessica Clogg, West Coast Environmental Law; and Tofino Mayor Josie Osborne. 7:30pm-9 pm at the Tofino Botanical Gardens Ecolodge Classroom. Strong Start, Ucluelet Elementary School, 5-8pm 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.

Free admission, snacks & drinks.

Pool, snooker, foosball, hockey table, darts & board games. Supervision provided, parents welcome. 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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