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South Hill Neighbours Community Dance at Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre – Prince Albert & 60th
Saturday, February 1st, 6:30 – 9:30Bring the whole family and hang out with neighbours, old
friends and new friends. The dancing fun will be led by Basil Houtman who has led community dances for many years. He’ll get us all up and laughing as we learn dances from different decades and cultures. You don’t need a partner, just show up
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and join in. Food, friends and music – come and join the fun. Event made possible by a Neighbourhood Small Grant and the generous welcome of Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre. For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Hill Neighbours is hosting a lantern-making afternoon on October 19th. You are invited to come and create your own lantern. Supplies will be provided to create one of the following types of lantern: a hand-carved turnip lantern; a wax paper window lantern or a tissue paper globe lantern. There is also a simpler version of the globe lantern for small children. All ages are welcome. We are creating these lanterns in preparation for a lantern procession to All Souls Night one week later. Participants are welcome to bring photos of loved ones they have lost which can be incorporated into the lantern so that it becomes a creative memorial to honour that person. This is a Neighbourhood Small Grant Project funded through the Vancouver Foundation. Email email@example.com to register your attendance. Drop in from 1:30 to 5:30pm at Celebration Hall at Mountain View Cemetery.
Everyone is invited to bring a lantern & meet at Macdonald Park (44th Ave and Prince Edward St) on October 26th at 6:30pm. We will then walk together to the All Souls Night at Mountain View Cemetery, where you can hang your lantern in the South Hill Neighbours Tree and then wander the cemetery viewing the thoughtful artist-created shrines & memorials. The event takes place rain or shine. If the night is dry, musicians will accompany the procession. Under the leadership of artist in residence Paula Jardine, musicians, singers, visual & digital artists join together to create a setting that invites us all to remember those
who we’ve lost and find beautiful ways to mark their passing and the emotions of parting. Candles, Swedish fire logs, bonfires in carved oil barrels, prayer flags and homemade memorials all make this a magical evening.
6th Annual Macdonald Park
will feature a community potluck, bike parade and bike decorating, kids obstacle course, face painting, and the well-loved drum circle from last year’s party! Bring a friend and food to share. Everyone welcome. Saturday, August 10 from 11am – 3pm
If you’re planning to have a garage sale this summer THIS is the day to do it! Take advantage of the signs and traffic
around the neighbourhood on June 22. Don’t have enough stuff to sell? Team up with a neighbour or
shop at your neighbours’ garage sales! If you’re hosting a sale and would like to have your address listed on our signs and in our ads