February Community Calendar

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If the February drizzles are getting you down, join some of the social, recreational, and educational events and programs happening in the community this month!

πŸ§‘β€πŸ’» Join our free Employment Skills Workshops with Work BC facilitators to learn how to write an awesome resume and interview with confidence. 5-6:30pm at the school Tuesday Feb.7 and Wednesday Feb.8; pizza will be provided!
πŸ¦ͺ The Bamfield Aquaculture Program are visiting the Nova Harvest hatchery to learn about oyster farming on Friday Feb.10 from 9-11:30am, contact us to join the field trip!
🎲 Join us for a rousing night of board games and a community dinner at the school on Monday Feb.13 between 5:30-8:30pm!
🧸 Little Buddies Playtime is planned for Thursday Feb.9 and Feb.23 – we hope to see wee ones and their guardians for songs and stories, games and crafts, and playtime with friends!
❀️ The next Anacla/Bamfield Community Potluck at the House of Huu-ay-aht is scheduled for Monday Feb.20! Come and share food and friendship with your neighbours!
πŸ“½ Join us in celebrating Black History Month on Friday Feb.24 from 7:30-9pm. Enjoy a night of film screenings and resource sharing that will highlight histories and stories from some of Canada’s diverse Black communities.
πŸ–Ό Huu-ay-aht First Nations are hosting a Nuu-chah-nulth Artist Symposium from 9am-6pm on Saturday Feb.25 at the House of Huu-ay-aht and the Anacla Government Office.
πŸ“– Join us for Books and Brunch – breakfast and storytime at the community library – on Sunday Feb.26 from 10:30-11:30!
πŸ€Ύβ€β™€οΈ If you want some fun and silly exercise, come to $5 drop-in Dodgeball on Thursday nights from 6:30-8:30pm!
πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ / πŸ‹οΈ Yoga and Circuit Training will continue their biweekly rotation on Wednesday nights through the winter – $5 drop in for chill and non-judgemental exercise and breathwork, no equipment or experience required.
πŸ€ Tuesday night basketball is now taking place at the House of Huu-ay-aht instead of the Bamfield Community School.