• Pitch-In Week

    Pitch-In Week

    April 20-26th, 2014, the District of Squamish is once again taking part in Pitch-In Week, Canada’s largest environmental improvement campaign.  We invite you to take part by volunteering to clean up part of our community. Click here for more information.

     

  • 5th Refresh Market Celebrates Indie Designers and Festival Style

    5th Refresh Market Celebrates Indie Designers and Festival Style

    Refresh Market, the biannual handmade and vintage market, is back for the 5th time with its largest selection to date of handmade, vintage and curated wares for your home, wardrobe, little ones and just because. The event will take place on Saturday April 26 from 10am-5pm at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park.

    Among those firsts are a “festival-friendly” fashion show curated by Sarah Johnston and Diane Rudge of Cleveland Avenue’s Wild and Heart, as well as studio portraits by local children and family photographer Corrie Lindroos Photography. Local businesses participating in the event include Fetish for Shoes, On the Farm Country Market, Billies Flower House, One Small Room and Stock Home Design.

    Admission is $2 with proceeds benefitting the Squamish Helping Hands Society. For more information visit www.refreshmarket.ca. All ages are welcome.

    Info: Rachel Boguski t. 604 876 5488

  • Businesses and organization help Squamish celebrate 100 Years

    Businesses and organization help Squamish celebrate 100 Years

    Do you own a business in Squamish?
    Be part of the 100 Years Celebrations!
    Download the Tool Kit to find out how your business or organization can help Squamish celebrate 100 Years.
    To keep up to date with the 100 years action, check ou tthe District of Squamish 100 Years blog.

  • District nearing completion of Squamish Downtown Neighbourhood Plan project

    District nearing completion of Squamish Downtown Neighbourhood Plan project

    The District of Squamish is now nearing completion of the project to update and complete the Squamish Downtown Neighbourhood Plan (DNP), a draft document that was first developed between 2006 and 2008.

    The completed plan will outline policy directions and design guidelines to ensure that Downtown Squamish becomes a vibrant and healthy core of the community for commerce, culture, and creativity. Once completed, the DNP will become part of our Official Community Plan and help guide future decisions and projects in our Downtown over the long-term.

    Please visit the DNP project page or read the March issue of the DNP newsletter for more information.

  • New Resource & Support for Men in Squamish

    New Resource & Support for Men in Squamish

    West Coast Men’s Support Society, which is currently offering a Mens’ Group in partnership with The Squamish Helping Hands Society, will soon be offering a Men’s Circle for the general public in Squamish on Wednesday evenings from 7 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

    For more information: www.squamishmen.org