Come Sit With Me on My Mourning Bench

Come & share your thoughts about Death & Life, Decay & Transience, Cemeteries & Art on Saturday October 22nd from 1:00 – 3:00pm.  We’ll be working with Artist Maria Gaudin who has focused her art on themes of death & decay in nature & human life. The group will have the opportunity to share thoughts about death from our different cultural perspectives.  Then Maria will guide the group in using mixed media and wood to create  a “mourning bench” – for the Night of All Souls at Mountain View Cemetery on October 29th.  This workshop is intended for teens & adults from all different cultural backgrounds. Contact for more info.  The afternoon will begin with tea, refreshments & time to share experiences.  Thanks to Vancouver Foundation & Neighbourhood Small Grants for providing funds to run these workshops at no charge.

Inside Story Exchange

Inside Story Exchange

Monday November 14th 7:30 PM

Come join new friends as we gather to watch a segment from Inside Stories and then use that as a springboard for discussion and sharing our own stories.  What’s it like communicating in a second language, putting down roots in a community; figuring out cross cultural experiences?  People from all different cultural backgrounds are welcome.  Whether you have lived all your life in Vancouver or only a few weeks  – let’s meet ! Contact


South Hill Readers

South Hill Readers Book Club

Next Meeting: Thurs. Oct. 27th, 7:30 – 8 :30pm  

We invite you to join us on the last Thursday of the month (September, October & November) to have some thoughtful discussions about the books you are reading or wanting to read.  At the first meeting we will develop the structure that would best meet the needs of the group. Come meet your neighbours and share inspiring stories.  Please bring a mug for tea.  For more information please email: or call 604.736.4485.  We hope to see you there.

Community Dance

South Hill Neighbours Community Dance

Saturday, January 30th, come join the 3rd Annual South Hill Community Dance from 6:30 – 9:30 pm at Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre (Prince Albert & 60th)

Bring the whole family and move together.  See old friends; meet new friends.   The dancing will be led by several different dance teachers.  We’ll travel the globe learning dances from various cultures.  Get up, move & laugh as we dance to music from different decades and cultures.  You don’t need a partner, just show up and join in.  Food, friends and music – come and join the fun.

Community Dance poster 2016