Sooke Region 2011 Annual Events

  • May. 30, 2011 8:00 p.m.

Year ‘Round Lighthouse Walk Program – Volksport 10k Walk Sooke Region Museum (250) 642-4515 

June 4 Valdy & Gary Fjellgaard, Sooke Folk Music Society, Concert Series, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, doors open 7:30 pm 250-642-4568 

June 5 Secret Garden Tour 250-642-1397 

June 18 Hank Cramer, Sooke Folk Music Society, Coffee House, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, doors open 7:00pm 250-642-4568 

June 19 Dog Walk, Sooke Harbourside Lions fundraiser for Guide Dogs, Whiffin Spit Park 250-642-5023 

June 24 Musical Friends, Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra, Sooke Community Theatre, 8:00 pm 250-642-2849 

June 26 Sooke Region Museum Open House Historical Exhibits & Salmon BBQ (250) 642-6351 

June 26 Golf Tournament, DeMamiel Creek Par 3 Golf Course, Royal Canadian Legion (250) 642-2052 

July 1 Sooke Canada Day Celebrations, Sooke River Flats (250) 642-4572 

July 1 Port Renfrew Canada Day Celebrations 

July 2 Sue Medley, Sooke Folk Music Society, Concert Series, Holy Trinity Anglican Church, doors open 7:30 pm 250-642-4568 

Early July Stick Fest 2011, The Stick in the Mud Coffee House 250-642-5635 

July 17 “Philharmonic Fling!”,  Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra, Ed Macgregor Park (250) 642-2849 

July 23-Aug 1 Sooke Fine Arts Show 2011, Sooke Fine Arts Society (250) 642-7256, SEAPARC Leisure Complex 

July 23-Aug 1 Stinking Fish Studio Tour, Sooke, East Sooke & Metchosin (250) 474-2676 

July 22-24 Davey Derby, 11th Annual, Port Renfrew Marina & RV Park 250-483-1878 

July 24 Christmas in July Collecting Toys for Tots, Royal Canadian Legion (250) 642-5913 

July 30 9th Annual Food Day, Sooke Harbour House 250-642-3421 

July 30-31 Salmon Derby, Sooke Salmon Enhancement Society 250-642-5548 

July TBA Trevor Purdy Memorial 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament 250-642-5329 

July TBA 7th Annual Golf Tournament, Wood Travel & Cruise 250-642-6331 

Aug 1 BC Day 

Aug 7 The Subaru Sooke International Triathlon, Camp Barnard & local area roads www.triseries.ca/sooke 

Aug 21 Shirley Day – A Celebration of Life, Shirley Community Hall (250) 646-2730 

Aug 13-14 Art in the Park, Sooke Community Arts Council, Ed Macgregor Park (250) 642-6623 

Sept 1-3 Salmon Derby, Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina, www.salmonclassic.ca 

Sept 8 Annual Golf Classic & Dinner, Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce, DeMamiel Creek Par 3 Golf Course (250) 642-6112 

Sept 10-11 Sooke Fall Fair, Sooke Community Hall (250) 642-4110 

Sept TBA Labour Day Derby, 14th Annual Port Renfrew Marina & RV Park 250-483-1878 

Sept TBA 4th Annual Beach Art Festival, Whiffin Spit Park, Sooke Community Arts Council (250) 642-6411 

Sept TBA Great Chili Challenge, 5th Annual www.sookelionsclub.org 

Sept TBA Annual Charity Auction, Royal Canadian Legion (250) 642-2052 

Oct 1&2 7th Annual Coho Derby, Port Renfrew Marina & RV Park 

Oct TBA A Celebration of Young Artists, Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra, Sooke Community Theatre (250) 642-2849 

Oct 23 Quality of Life Awards & Community Donations, Royal Canadian Legion (250) 642-2052 

Oct 15 8th Annual Oktoberfest, Sooke District Lioness 250-642-4515, Royal Canadian Legion 

Oct TBA 1st Annual Coho Derby, Jock’s Dock, call Crab Shack 250-642-4410 

Oct TBA Halloween Dance, Royal Canadian Legion (250) 642-2052 

Nov 10 Candlelight Vigil, Sooke Cenotaph (250) 642-2052 

Nov 11 Remembrance Day Parade & Ceremonies, Sooke Cenotaph (250) 642-2052 

Nov 13 Shirley Christmas Craft Fair, Shirley Community Hall (250) 646-2730 

Nov 18-20 All Sooke Arts & Crafts Christmas Show, Sooke Community Hall (250) 642-3798 

Nov 25-27 Stinking Fish Studio Tour Sooke, East Sooke, Metchosin (250) 474-2676 

Nov TBA Sooke Philharmonic Chamber Players & Chorus, Sooke Community Theatre (250) 642-2849 

Dec 4 Christmas Dinner, Royal Canadian Legion, Br #54 250-642-2052 

Dec 10-12 Bethlehem Walk, Sooke Baptist Church (250) 642-3424 

Dec 17 Christmas Meat Draw, Royal Canadian Legion, Br #54 250-642-2052

Dec 26 2nd Annual Boxing Day Salmon Derby Jock’s Dock, call the Crab Shack 250-642-4410

Dec 31 New Year’s Eve Celebration, Royal Canadian Legion (250) 642-2052 

Dec TBA Moss Cottage Christmas & Snowman Building, Sooke Region Museum (250) 642-6351 

Dec TBA Santa Claus Parade, Sooke (250) 642-6112 

Dec TBA Breakfast with Santa, Sooke Community Hall (250) 642-5643 

Dec TBA Christmas Dinner & Dance, Royal Canadian Legion (250) 642-2052 

Dec TBA Sooke Community Choir, Christmas Concert Sooke Community Theatre (250) 642-6371

 

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