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About Kayla Moberg

  • Member Since: March 25, 2019



Pretty pendants

Agate, Citrine, and Jade. $10 each or all 3 for $25. Great condition.

June 17, 2019
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Sassy Sandals

size 8 sandals. Brand new, never been worn.

June 12, 2019
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Summa sandals!

Fun and pretty, perfect for summer. Size 8. Brand new, never been worn.

June 11, 2019


Sassy suede sandals!

Adorable sandals that lace up around the ankles/calves. Great condition. Solid soles for lots of adventuring! Size 37 = approximately size 7.

June 11, 2019


Magical Maha Devi jacket

This lil beauty is brand new, tags still attached. Lace-up sleeves and laces on back. Super sassy clasps do it up in the front. I […]

June 10, 2019
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Pure beeswax

613g of pure beeswax from Frederiques honey farm. I no longer have a need for it so if you do, let me know!

June 10, 2019
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Floor lamp

Lovely floor lamp, works great, just no room for it!

June 10, 2019
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Rose quartz dream catcher

Beautiful Rose quartz dream catcher to fill your dreams with Love! Great condition, just no space for it.

June 10, 2019


Community Acupuncture

Sliding scale community acupuncture! MSP covers $23, so with coverage, treatments are free! Otherwise it’s sliding scale $23-$50. Herbs are also available, at an additional […]

May 28, 2019


Business card holder

Beautiful wood business card holder made by Pacifica Woodwork & Design. Brand new, never been used. I just don’t have use or space for it […]

May 26, 2019

Community News

  • Salt Spring Foundation Announces 2019 Ne...

    by on June 18, 2019

    The Salt Spring Island Foundation, in partnership with Salt Spring Island Community Services, is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2019 Neighbourhood Small Grants. The Neighbourhood Small Grants program offers grants of $50 to $500 to support projects that bring people together, share skills and knowledge, build a sense of community belonging and responsibility, […]

  • Island Youth Soccer Association to Build...

    by on June 14, 2019

    Salt Spring Island Youth Soccer Association (SSIYSA) is excited to announce that School District #64 (SD64) has agreed to partner with the SSIYSA to build a brand-new all-weather turf field with lights at the Gulf Islands Secondary School (GISS) lower field. An All Weather Field Feasibility Study was presented to the SD64 school board yesterday […]

  • Salt Spring Island Foundation Announces ...

    by on June 12, 2019

    The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce over $148,000 in spring grants for local charities, including $30,000 targeted to youth recreation programs. The Foundation thanks the many generous donors who make these grants possible.  BC Parks/Friends of Ruckle Park Heritage To create and install six new interpretive signs for Ruckle Provincial Park to […]

  • Crofton – Salt Spring Island Ferry...

    by on June 10, 2019

    The Crofton terminal is located within the Municipality of North Cowichan on Vancouver Island. The terminal connects the community to Vesuvius Bay on Salt Spring Island. Passengers travel on the Howe Sound Queen for a 25 minute sailing. The Howe Sound Queen has a vehicle capacity of 52 AEQ* and can carry 300 passengers and […]

  • Salt Spring’s Strategic Plan for A...

    by on June 8, 2019

    Salt Spring Island’s 2008 Area Farm Plan – the strategic plan for sustainable agriculture – needs to be renewed to provide a blueprint to take Salt Spring’s agricultural community forward to 2030. The first Area Farm Plan was based on a vision to support Salt Spring becoming a place where “agriculture is a strong, vital […]

  • Watch: “The Pharmacy”a Silen...

    by on June 7, 2019

    Country Grocer tells a slapstick accounting of how they merged with a neighbouring pharmacy!

  • World Oceans Day: Local Action Needed

    by on June 6, 2019

    The waters around our island are experiencing another push for industrialization. Freighters started anchoring at our island. Similar to a factory or refinery they are bringing industrial pollution – chronic engine and generator noise, lights, air and water pollution. More anchorages are expected and will affect more beaches and neighbourhoods. There is no protection in […]

  • Requests for Proposals: Ruckle Active Fa...

    by on June 5, 2019

    Friends of Ruckle Park Heritage started in 2016, to help save an old south-end farmhouse by moving it to Ruckle Provincial Park. The owners bulldozed it anyway, but the Friends have carried on, working with BC Parks to enhance the visitor experience of Ruckle farm. It’s been a slow start, getting our bearings, while work […]

  • Salt Spring Island Treated Effluent Disc...

    by on June 5, 2019

    An emergency construction project on the wastewater treatment plant outfall pipe has taken longer than anticipated resulting in an unplanned bypass of the outfall pipe of fully treated and disinfected effluent. The treated effluent has entered the storm water system and discharged to the ocean at the outlet of Ganges Creek. The shoreline to which […]

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