Seniors’ week starts Sunday

  • May. 26, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Sunday June 1 – Port Multiplex – pancake breakfast – 9 to 11am – $5 per plate, family 4 or more $15, children under 6 free.Golfing in Sandspit – $20 – lunch available – many prizes and lots of fun.Monday June 2 – Port Multiplex and Community Park – 3:00 pm pickle ball demo, BBQ burgers $5 per plate, movie to follow.Wednesday June 3 – Come and visit our Port Museum – open from 10 to 4 pm, then afternoon tea at the Multiplex, 3-4 pm.Thursday June 4 – Hilarious Car Rally, start at Multiplex 2:00 pm – must have one navigator.Fish bbq 5 pm, $5 per plate.Friday June 5 – Enjoy a walk in Sunset Park to the Bird Tower and/or walk the new Golden Spruce Trail. Bring water/snack – meet at 2 pm at the Gazebo.Saturday June 6 – Wind up – Multiplex 5:00 pm – free if you bring potluck salad or dessert and your own meat to bbq.

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