Saturday, February 18, 2017

Ruskin Review Hafla

Troupe Al Majida and the Ruskin Community Hall Association present an evening of belly dancing. Please join us at the  “Ruskin Review Hafla” on Saturday, February 25.

Doors open at 5:00, Dancing begins at 6:00.
ADDRESS: 28395 - 96th Avenue, Maple Ridge, BC (Ruskin Community Hall)
COST: $5.00 per person
BRING: Potluck nibbles, items to donate to the Women's Transition House such as children's books or toys, toiletries for the adults. For more info call Elaine at 604-462-9641 or send an E-mail. 

Al Majida is a joyful troupe that shares their creative and inspiring dance stylings with each other and audiences throughout British Columbia. Calling the Fraser Valley home, Troupe Al Majida is unique, versatile and creative in their performance.

Saturday, January 7, 2017

One Book Whonnock

One Book Whonnock is starting up again, with the following title chosen for this year:

Confessions of an Igloo Dweller: The story of the man who brought Inuit art to the outside world.  by James Houston

Go here to read more about the book and how to join!

Monday, December 12, 2016

Christmas Celebrations

Holy Spirit Anglican Church invites you to join in these Christmas celebrations:

  • Sunday, December 19 - 10 am - Christmas pageant - a fun presentation of the Christmas story. 
  • Saturday, December 24 - 7 pm - Christmas Eve service followed by festive refreshments in the hall.
  • Sunday, December 25 - 10 am - Christmas Day service.

All are welcome (and we really mean that).
The church is at 27123 River Road, the brown church on the left as you go uphill on 272nd.
Lots of parking behind the church.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Weightlifting at the Whonnock Post Office

Come and get your parcels please? 

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Congratulation Whonnock Weavers and Spinners

This year’s Whonnock Weavers and Spinners Guild’s annual open house exhibit and sale was as usual a roaring success. It seems that every year there are more people attending, looking at all that beautiful craftwork. One runs into old friends every year and standing in line to pay offers a great opportunity to socialize. Since many years we go here “just to look,” and we never leave  empty-handed. Congratulations to all who tirelessly volunteered and produced. After 36 years the event is still as fresh as it was right in the beginning. 

Friday, November 11, 2016

The 11th hour

Guided by Tom Brent and Phil Johnson, about a hundred of us gathered at Whonnock Lake Centre and remembered those who gave their lives for our country and others who died in war.
Whonnock Elementary students Allora Martin, Anjali Rutledge and James Launder recited their own poems.   
A simple ceremony without politicians and fanfare – much appreciated by all.