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Father’s Day Kite Fly at Goose Spit

Father’s Day Kite Fly at Goose Spit

Park and ride available

  • Jun 11, 2019
Father’s Day Kite Fly at Goose Spit
Today ‘N’ Tomorrow Learning Society (TNTLS) celebrates 25 years in the Comox Valley

Today ‘N’ Tomorrow Learning Society (TNTLS) celebrates 25 years in the Comox Valley

Today ‘N’ Tomorrow Learning Society (TNTLS) is celebrating its 25th anniversary supporting…

  • Jun 9, 2019
Today ‘N’ Tomorrow Learning Society (TNTLS) celebrates 25 years in the Comox Valley
Citrus fruits discussed at next Comox Valley Horticultural Society meeting

Citrus fruits discussed at next Comox Valley Horticultural Society meeting

Bob Duncan from Fruit Trees and More to make presentation

  • Jun 9, 2019
Citrus fruits discussed at next Comox Valley Horticultural Society meeting
Grande Parade Comox Valley a grande success

Grande Parade Comox Valley a grande success

The inaugural Grande Parade Comox Valley was an overwhelming success, raising $37,457…

  • Jun 8, 2019
Grande Parade Comox Valley a grande success
Thursday Tea-Time at the Gardens on Anderton in Comox

Thursday Tea-Time at the Gardens on Anderton in Comox

Comox Valley seniors, their families and the general public have a new…

  • Jun 7, 2019
Thursday Tea-Time at the Gardens on Anderton in Comox
Letter from D Day: B.C. man pens letter from overseas describing events of the day

Letter from D Day: B.C. man pens letter from overseas describing events of the day

Compiled by Judy Hagen For Black Press On D-Day, Gordon Blackhall, who…

  • Jun 6, 2019
Letter from D Day: B.C. man pens letter from overseas describing events of the day
Comox Valley used as training grounds for Normandy Invasion

Comox Valley used as training grounds for Normandy Invasion

Judy Hagen Special to The Record The Comox Valley had an interesting…

  • Jun 6, 2019
Comox Valley used as training grounds for Normandy Invasion
Bob Sackett studies the memorial wall at the HMCS Alberni Museum and Memorial. Photo by Dave Flawse

Courtenay’s HMCS Alberni Museum and Memorial revisits D-Day

Displays include recovered leaflet dropped by plane behind enemy lines warning of impending battle

  • Jun 6, 2019
Bob Sackett studies the memorial wall at the HMCS Alberni Museum and Memorial. Photo by Dave Flawse
Statement on commemoration of D-Day landings from Colonel Mike Atkins – 19 Wing Commander

Statement on commemoration of D-Day landings from Colonel Mike Atkins – 19 Wing Commander

Operation Overlord, the name given to the invasion of Normandy, is most…

  • Jun 6, 2019
Statement on commemoration of D-Day landings from Colonel Mike Atkins – 19 Wing Commander
Cumberland’s No. 1 Japanese Town Interpretive Walking Trail unveiling ceremony upcoming

Cumberland’s No. 1 Japanese Town Interpretive Walking Trail unveiling ceremony upcoming

The Village of Cumberland, in partnership with the Cumberland Museum and Archives,…

  • Jun 6, 2019
Cumberland’s No. 1 Japanese Town Interpretive Walking Trail unveiling ceremony upcoming
BUZZ ON BEES: Inspect your hives regularly for signs of disease

BUZZ ON BEES: Inspect your hives regularly for signs of disease

As the sun continues to shine and plenty of flowers are in…

  • Jun 6, 2019
BUZZ ON BEES: Inspect your hives regularly for signs of disease
Courtenay Museum presenting lecture on Mack Laing’s previously unpublished memoir

Courtenay Museum presenting lecture on Mack Laing’s previously unpublished memoir

Join Trevor Marc Hughes for an illustrated presentation of Hamilton Mack Laing’s…

  • Jun 6, 2019
Courtenay Museum presenting lecture on Mack Laing’s previously unpublished memoir
Chelsey and Judy Murday, seen here at the 2016 Relay For Life, have been participating at the event nearly two decades. Photo supplied.

Comox Valley Relay For Life a multi-generational affair for some families

Dave Flawse Special to The Record Chelsey Murday was just three years…

  • Jun 5, 2019
Chelsey and Judy Murday, seen here at the 2016 Relay For Life, have been participating at the event nearly two decades. Photo supplied.
In the contest submission, the Black Creek playground is described as “30 years old, very outdated, and showing serious signs of wear and tear. The holes in the wood posts are perfect homes for wasps, the ‘ride on’ toys barely budge, lumber is rotting, and metal components are rusted and weathered.”
In the contest submission, the Black Creek playground is described as “30 years old, very outdated, and showing serious signs of wear and tear. The holes in the wood posts are perfect homes for wasps, the ‘ride on’ toys barely budge, lumber is rotting, and metal components are rusted and weathered.”
Saasha Gillis displays her Performing Arts BC Junior Piano Honourable Mention, with piano adjudicator Dr. Elias-Axel Pettersson. Photo supplied

Courtenay pianist impresses at provincial competition

Saasha Gillis, a 14-year-old Mark Isfeld student, has recently returned from the…

  • Jun 4, 2019
Saasha Gillis displays her Performing Arts BC Junior Piano Honourable Mention, with piano adjudicator Dr. Elias-Axel Pettersson. Photo supplied
This image released by PBS shows Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary in a scene from the final season of “Downton Abbey.” (Nick Briggs/Carnival Film & Television Limited 2015 for MASTERPIECE via AP)

Downton Abbey tea at The Gardens on Anderton

Tickets on sale now

  • Jun 4, 2019
This image released by PBS shows Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary in a scene from the final season of “Downton Abbey.” (Nick Briggs/Carnival Film & Television Limited 2015 for MASTERPIECE via AP)
Comox Harbour hosts inaugural Dock Days June 8-9

Comox Harbour hosts inaugural Dock Days June 8-9

Races, tours, live music, seminars throughout the weekend

  • Jun 4, 2019
Comox Harbour hosts inaugural Dock Days June 8-9
St. George’s United Church ministers Ingrid Brown and Ryan Slifka (right) were presented with an award for thoughtful, engaged and generous Christian practitioners at a recent ceremony at Vancouver School of Theology. Photo supplied

Two Comox Valley ministers share prestigious award

Dave Flawse Special to The Record Two local ministers of St. George’s…

  • Jun 2, 2019
St. George’s United Church ministers Ingrid Brown and Ryan Slifka (right) were presented with an award for thoughtful, engaged and generous Christian practitioners at a recent ceremony at Vancouver School of Theology. Photo supplied
The Comox Valley chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers will be holding its annual general meeting Monday, June 3 at the Old House Hotel and Spa. (Black Press files)

Comox Valley MADD AGM upcoming

After establishing roots in the Comox Valley, the local chapter of Mothers…

  • May 30, 2019
The Comox Valley chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers will be holding its annual general meeting Monday, June 3 at the Old House Hotel and Spa. (Black Press files)
Dr. John North discusses gut health at the next Philosophers’ Café. Photo supplied

Gut health discussed at next Comox Valley Philosophers’ Café

In the last six to eight years, there’s been a fundamental change…

  • May 30, 2019
Dr. John North discusses gut health at the next Philosophers’ Café. Photo supplied