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About Salt Spring Parks and Recreation

  • Member Since: May 19, 2010

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Community PARC’s Strategic Plan Open ...

The Salt Spring Island Parks and Recreation Commission (PARC) invites the public to provide further input to update the 2009 Salt Spring Island Parks and […]

June 13, 2018

Volunteer Camp Leaders 15yrs +

We are looking for engaging youth to volunteer as assistant camp leaders in any of our summer camps. Come have fun while getting experience working, […]

June 11, 2018



SQUASH CAMP 8-14 yrs M-F 1:00pm-4:00pm Jul 9 – Jul 13 $150/week M-F 1:00pm-4:00pm Jul 23 – Jul 27 $150/week M-F 1:00pm-4:00pm Aug 13 – […]

June 7, 2018
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COASTAL FORESTS OF GALIANO ISLAND 10-14yrs M-Tu 8:45am-3:30pm Jul 23 – Jul 24 $150/trip Location: Millard Learning Centre, Galiano Island Take the ferry to Galiano […]

June 7, 2018



OUTDOOR BALLET BARRE-OPEN HOUSE June 21, Thursday FREE Location: Portlock Park Picnic Shelter Please join us and experience The Outdoor Ballet Barre Class we offer […]

June 7, 2018
Tai Chi



YANG STYLE TAI CHI Wednesdays 6:45pm-7:45pm July 4 – August 22 $80/8 classes Location: Portlock Park Portable Classroom Taijiquan (T’ai Chi Ch’uan) is an art […]

June 7, 2018
Qi Gong


The Internal Art of Healing Qi Gong

THE INTERNAL ART OF HEALING QI GONG Wednesdays 5:30pm-6:30pm July 4 – August 22 $80/8 classes Location: Portlock Park Portable Classroom Qi Gong is a […]

June 7, 2018
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Craft Table

Free craft table/counter. 30″x74″x36″ on wheels. In town.

May 30, 2018
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$14.23/hr + 14%

Assistant Day Camp Leaders – Preschoo...

Assistant Day Camp Leaders(Youth Day Camp) Executive Services–Salt Spring Island Parks & Recreation Competition: 18/083 Status: Auxiliary Hours of Work: Up to 80 hours bi-weekly […]

May 29, 2018

CRD Provides Permanent Site for Bring Your Branches and Fall Leaf Exchange

    Farm & Garden    September 25, 2012

 Media Release – September 25, 2012 The Capital Regional District (CRD) and PARC Parks and Recreation has partnered with Transition Salt Spring and the Salt Spring Island Agricultural Alliance to provide a permanent home for the popular Bring Your Branches service and the new Fall Leaf Exchange program. “This partnership is another demonstration of how the […]

Trail Maps on the PARC Website

    Health & Wellness    August 16, 2012

All PARC trails with aerial maps, trail length, and trail rating are at http://www.crd.bc.ca/ssiparc. Check out our maps and then take a hike. Remember hiking exercises your body, your mind and nourishes your imagination!

Community News

  • Summer Service Expansion Coming to Salt ...

    by on 3 hours ago

    Starting Wednesday, June 27, bus riders on Salt Spring Island will enjoy expanded summer transit service, which will make it easier to get to the Fulford Harbour and Vesuvius Bay ferry terminals later in the evening. Changes include expanding the Monday through Thursday evening schedules for routes 2 Fulford Harbour and 6 Salt Spring Connector, […]

  • Video: Proportional Representation Town ...

    by on 23 hours ago

    June 16, 2018, a town hall meeting on proportional representation featured guest speakers Elisabeth May, and Gary Holman. Here are two videos from the Town Hall meeting on Proportional Representation.

  • Maliview Wastewater Discharge Notice

    by on June 20, 2018

    A mechanical failure at the Maliview Wastewater Treatment Plant resulted in approximately two cubic meters of untreated sewage entering the marine environment through the discharge outfall pipe. The equipment has been repaired and the wastewater plant is functioning well again. The area impacted by untreated sewage is in the vicinity of the Maliview Wastewater Treatment […]

  • Cloudiness in the Cedars of Tuam Water S...

    by on June 19, 2018

    CRD Integrated Water Services advises the customers of the Cedars of Tuam Water System on Salt Spring Island (refer to attached map) that turbidity has caused cloudiness in the treated drinking water. Operations staff is investigating the matter but it is believed the ground water source is being impacted by fine sand intrusion. This problem […]

  • Heat Alert! Sowing Winter Brassicas

    by on June 18, 2018

    The recent cool weather is giving way to what is forecast to be pretty hot weather starting this weekend. This is a reminder that if you haven’t done so already, do finish mulching vegetables before it gets hot; it will conserve soil moisture and keep roots cool. Some people had quite a bit of rain, […]

  • Calling for Creative Bus Shelter Designs...

    by on June 18, 2018

    Island Bus Shelters is a new group of community volunteers. In collaboration with the Salt Spring Island Transportation Commission (SSITC), we are inviting artists and designer/fabricator teams to submit proposals for creative bus shelters to recommend to the Capital Regional District. Project Philosophy – Salt Spring’s charm lies in its rural character and the absence […]

  • The 2nd Annual Art & Nature Fest is ...

    by on June 18, 2018

    Last year, a festival-goer called the Art & Nature Fest “an epic event with something for the whole family.” She then passionately stated that there should be an Art & Nature Fest every year! This year, the Salt Spring Island Conservancy will host its second annual Art & Nature Fest on Saturday, June 30, from […]

  • Free Boaters Shuttle to Salt Spring̵...

    by on June 13, 2018

    This unique FREE service offers the convenience of picking Boaters up at their marina and bringing them to Upper Ganges Village Shopping Centre, with Country Grocer the largest grocery store of the Gulf Islands; an amply provisioned Liquor Store, a Pharmasave and Uptown Pizza. After shopping the Shuttle will return you to your marina! All […]

  • Friday’s Forum: Inside BC Politics...

    by on June 13, 2018

    No-one was prepared for the closest election outcome in British Columbia history, on May 9, 2017. The BC Liberals had emerged with just two seats more than the BC NDP, leaving the decision—as to who would form the government—to three Green Party MLAs. What led to Christy Clark’s downfall, to the NDP forming government and […]

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