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About Fran McIninch

  • Member Since: February 10, 2010



Lace curtains from Montreal, different moti...

Cream or off white lace curtains that give some privacy but let the light in. Not pleated but one slides a rod through openings at […]

January 8, 2019


Vintage hand crocheted blanket/throw

Colorful cheerful well planned and executed hand crocheted single blanket or throw. Dominant color is yellow and then red. Very attractive. Never actually used.

January 8, 2019


Olfa 45 mm rotary cutter & quilt ruler

Olga cutter and quilt ruler 6”x 12”. Still in original packing. Never used. $40.+ value

January 2, 2019

Very reasonable

Music lovers LP collection

Jazz, classical, folk, popular, esoteric. Lots of choice and in excellent condition. Downsizing.

January 2, 2019
Sale Pending BC270C6D-80A2-448A-9FC9-D537DACFDDB0


Folkmanis Snowy Owl hand puppet

Beautiful soft furry snowy owl. Insert your hand and create a show. Wings can flap. Excellent condition.

January 2, 2019


Plaid mohair shawl

Triangular multi color plaid shawl. Warm and cozy. Excellent condition. One size.

January 1, 2019

The Fine Art of Protest, a talk by Sally Armstrong

    People & Places    September 18, 2012

This Wed. hear Sally Armstrong, one of Canada’s foremost speakers on international issues. An inspiring and engaging speaker who has an encouraging message. Don’t miss it. Book your ticket at 537 2102 or artspring.ca $20 or $10 for Students. A Stephen Lewis Fundraiser to help the millions of children orphaned by the AIDS epidemic in […]

Community News

  • Planned Night Work on the Skeena Queen &...

    by on 9 hours ago

    Night work is required on the evening of January 29, 2019 to remove a right angle drive on the MV Skeena Queen. The work is done at night time to prevent a service interruption. The work is scheduled to take place between 9:35 pm Tuesday January 29 and 5:30 am Wednesday January 30. All efforts […]

  • Pruning, Grow Lights, #*!#*@#! Spotted W...

    by on January 15, 2019

    Well, I don’t know if there will be a winter this year or not, but other than windstorms, there hasn’t been much winter in evidence. As I started to write this, it was sunny and unusually warm outdoors and I suddenly remembered that early warm weather makes trees bloom early….I leaped up and shot out […]

  • Salt Spring Doula Collective: Community ...

    by on January 15, 2019

    Pregnant people and new parents and infants on Salt Spring Island have access to state of the art midwifery care for medical support in the childbearing year. Para-medical, social, counseling, and educational support is available through Island Health Public Health, nurse practitioners and second birth attendants, SSI Community Services and the Family Place specialized programming […]

  • Road Report: Stewart Road Washout –...

    by on January 9, 2019

    Update on the Stewart Road washout from the heavy rains this past week. Mainroads is indicating that it will take between 6-8 weeks to repair the road. It is unpassable at this section. ROAD CLOSURE WARNING 1:30 pm Saturday January 5, 2019 – Stewart road on Salt Spring Island has been closed by Mainroad and […]

  • Towards Sustainable Community Economic H...

    by on January 7, 2019

    Salt Spring’s Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) embraced new directions in 2018.  We focused on initiatives that facilitated collaboration, coordination and advocacy on behalf of our island’s economic health and well-being. Here’s an overview of the areas we expanded into and the progress we’ve achieved in 2018. Championing Entrepreneurship Across All Economic Sectors Much of […]

  • Video: Storm Force – Just How Powe...

    by on January 5, 2019

    Strong storm force winds of over 100km/hr hammer the SW BC coast on Dec20 2018.The southern gulf islands were particularly hard hit. 5000 trees down on local roads alone! 500,000 people without power.One fatality reported.Not a good day for boats!        

  • Emergency Support Services Volunteer Sto...

    by on January 2, 2019

    The Emergency Support Services team of dedicated volunteers was handed its most challenging task to date and came through it with flying colours. Along with countless other volunteers, first responders, caring family members, neighbours and commercial operations, the community was taken care of. ESS opened and ran a Reception Centre at the Legion on Windstorm […]

  • The Most Damaging Storm in Salt Spring a...

    by on January 2, 2019

    The windstorm that hit B.C.’s South Coast on December 20 resulted in more than 750,000 customers without power and thousands of damaged pieces of equipment. Highlights; The December 20 storm was the most damaging storm in BC Hydro’s history—and was unlike any previous weather event BC Hydro had encountered because: The wind came from multiple […]

  • Get in Involved with Emergency Response ...

    by on January 1, 2019

    From the time Elizabeth Zook was contracted on a part-time basis by the CRD to co-ordinate the Emergency Program 8 years ago, there have been many facets of “emergency preparedness” undertaken. In addition to building a network of excellent communication with First Responder agencies, her focus was predominately on building a POD (neighbourhood emergency) network […]

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