Follow the link to download a free pdf copy of the Oysters, Authors & Ale poster.
The BCSA’s website is back!
We have revised, refreshed, reformated and renewed our website and believe that you will enjoy the changes. The new site features information about:*Upcoming events and a digital copy of our monthly newsletter *Projects and Programs offered by the BCSA in Literacy, Health and Wellness and Community Development *On-line resources for young families, youth, adults and seniors *Visitor information
*Ways to get involved with the BCSA and the community * And much more…
Please take the time to explore the site and all that it has to offer.
As a parting gift to the BCSA Mary-Beth Thompson, our CAP Youth Intern from December 2010 – April 2011, has given the BCSA website a fresh face. Mary-Beth deeply enjoyed her time in Bamfield, particularly getting to know the community, enjoying the beautiful scenery and soaking up the good cheer of the residents. While she is excited by what awaits her beyond the long gravel road, she looks forward to future visits!
Bamfield Community School Association is in the process of creating a new online environment to inform and interact with community members.
Please visit again soon for updates!
Until the website is restored if you have any questions related to the BCSA they may be directed to BCSA.firstname.lastname@example.org
Estimated launch date March 31st, 2011