Spooky skate event returns to rec centre

Come out for a howling good time and costume party, Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre.

Come out for a howling good time and costume party, Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre. Tiny tots costume parade is upstairs at 6:30 p.m., alongside pumpkin sculpting and other spooky activities. Admission is free, dress is spooktacular and there will be prizes for best costumes.  Co-sponsored by the Rec Centre and Eagle Valley Sports and Leisure and many thanks in advance to Fruit World for the supply of pumpkins. This promises to be a family hoot that you don’t want to miss!

Photo club

Eagle Valley Photography Arts Club has started a new year for 2011/12.

Membership is $25 a year, and students 18 and under are free. Meetings are held at the Red Barn in Sicamous on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m.

The club offers guest speakers, field trips, photo slideshows of members’ work, photo contests, workshops and more, for all levels of experience.

Starting Oct 20 to Nov 10:

Adobe Photoshop Elements for Beginners, six, two-hour lessons.

If you have taken one of our classes before it is recommended that you take it again to bring yourself up to date with Elements.

Starting Nov. 17 to Dec 8:

Adobe Photoshop Elements for Intermediate, six, two-hour lessons.

Laptop computer required for both courses.

For more info and price, contact Tia at 250-836-3103, or email tial@sicamoustravel.com.


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