Join your mountain neighbours for bowling at Kobau Lanes, make a silk scarf over a glass of wine at Spirit Ridge, or snowshoe with the ladies at Baldy Mountain Resort.
Wednesday Drop-In Bowling at Kobau Lanes, Osoyoos
Join neighbours from the mountain and the valley for drop-in bowling at Kobau Lanes on Wednesdays.
Arrive around 1 pm to sign up and the cost is $15 for 3 games which includes shoe rental and coffee.
Create a Silk Scarf, Sip and Dip Workshop at Spirit Ridge
Join Colour Drop Design at Spirit Ridge Resort for two hours to create a silk scarf with the magic of water marbling and enjoy a glass of Nk’Mip wine, all for $53.
Tickets include: 14 x 72 inch scarf and a beverage. Visit Eventbrite to book your date and time.
Dates of events are January 22, February 26 and March 19, 2023.
Limited capacity so don’t delay!
Mount Baldy Ladies Snowshoe
Meet at Mount Baldy Lodge at 9 am for a coffee/tea/hot chocolate and a muffin, go out for a two hour or so snowshoe at 10 am and then back for a nice lunch and a glass of wine for a cost of $35 payable after lunch. Or, for a fee of $30, meet at 9:45 am for the 10 am snowshoe and enjoy lunch.
Email Mindy to secure your spot for the morning menu on the Wednesday prior to the Monday snowshoe.
Have an idea for a group activity or event? Let AMCS help you organize and promote it! Contact Director, Gloria at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
The Holiday Bonfire was a roaring success and Mother Nature provided brilliant sunshine and warmth all afternoon.
How wonderful for the approximately 50 neighbours who made their way to the Jamie Soule Memorial Park to enjoy time with friends, roast a hot dog or sip a beverage. Two fires were built for mingling and the children played nearby sledding, throwing snowballs, and then enjoyed hot chocolate.
Thanks to the incredible help from community volunteers Richard, Ron and Ryan from Sasquatch, who cleared the snow which was a formidable task considering how wet and sloppy it was out. Also, much appreciation to the fire starting crew of Rudy, Steve and Gerry who all arrived early to get the fires lit. .
From this event, it is clear that folks want to get out and socialize!
The comments received from community input at the AGM will help guide further development of 2023 events and activities.
Wishing each and everyone a…..
Happy New Year!!!
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