We hope you enjoy testing these recipes from this mid-century fundraising cookbook. It was assembled locally from dozens of Comox Valley residents who shared their favourite homemade treats with the community.
This Remembrance Day we remember the men and women who have served, and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict and peace.
A temporary Remembrance Day exhibit will be on display in our second floor gallery from October 15th to November 18th. Featured items include the Ruth Masters scrapbook, “Lest We Forget,” as well as memorabilia from the 102nd Battalion and other items.
This year Canadian history week takes place from November 21 to 27. This year’s theme is Arts, Culture, and Creators. Canada History Week provides all Canadians with opportunities to learn more about the people and events that have shaped the country that we know today.
November 11 is Remembrance Day, a day inaugurated in 1919 by King George V to remember and honour armed forces members who had died in the line of duty at the end of World War I.
It has been a century since the official unveiling of the stone monument located on Mission Hill at the intersection of the Island Highway, Dingwall Road, and Back Road.
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