The RDCK will be flushing the distribution system, valve exercising, and conducting maintenance
It is recommended that you refrain from doing laundry during this time.
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
After 4PM, please flush water through the tap until it is clear and odourless prior to consumption.
Water Services Dept 250-352-8171 / 250-268-7325
For TV and Internet Connections
please call the Cable Office
250- 225- 3433
Ch. 493: Cottage Life
Home & Food pkg
Ch. 615, 221: Lifetime
Mar 1 - Apr 30
More Movies and Variety pkgs
Ch. 569: Cooking Channel
More Movies and Home & Food pkgs
Ch. 268: Food Network Canada
Basic, Home & Food
Basic and Home & Food pkgs
Mar 4 to May 5
Ch. 572: T & E
Nature, Lifestyle pkg
Mar 28 to May 1
Ch. 222: Bravo
Basic, More Networks pkgs
Community Care Coordinator
250 - 227 - 9006
7:30 - 10:30 am
250 - 352 - 1406
250 - 227 - 9006
Please call if you need to cancel your appointment.
IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 911
Apr 23 Apr 24
Dr. Piver Dr. Moulson NO DOCTOR
Dr. Piver TBA TBA
DRAGON'S CODE Gigi McCaffrey
A BRIGHT AND STEADY FLAME Luanne Armstrong
THREE LITTLE LIES Laura Marshall
Monday 2 pm - 4 pm Wednesday 6 pm to 8 pm Tue, Thur, & Sat 10 am to 12:30 pm
RIONDEL COMMUNITY CHURCH
Monday - Saturday
9:00 am - 7:30 pm
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Local farmers Kootenay Organic milk and cheese are now available. Preorders are encouraged.
We were planning to retire forever, but turns out we missed everyone way too much.
So, we are reopening the Pub on May 2nd and easing back to work with limited hours ('cause we're old now).
Thursday to Sunday
5PM to 10PM
We hope to see everyone soon!!
BOB'S BAR & GRILL
Hours starting May 2
RDCK Rec 9 Grant Applications
Applications need to be received by NOON on Thursday, April 18th. The applications can be found on-line on the RDCK website and 4 copies need to be submitted. The review of these applications is open to the public; it will take place on Monday, April 29th, 10 a.m., at Community Corners in Crawford Bay.
Riondel Commission Of Management
Office Open: Tuesdays 1 - 5 PM
Office Staff: Jillian Newfield
250 225 3262
Gerald Panio Garth Saunders
Ross Shears Geoffroy Tremblay Bill Wallace
Tuesday, May 7
Room # 6
THIS WEEK ~ in the Seniors' Room
10:00 am Walk-A-Mile & Essential Strength Training 1:00 pm Pool 7:00 pm Marquee Movie Night
1:30 Bridge 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month 11 am Made To Move~ Ballet/Jazz 6:30 pm Bingo
10:00 am Walk-A-Mile & Essential Strength Training 7 pm Games Night -- Postponed until May10th
10:00 am Yoga 1:00 pm Pool
10 - 11 am Made To Move ~ Ballet/Jazz
10 - 12 Knitting
7 pm ~ Seniors Room
Snacks and drinks available
Everyone is welcome
We are open to suggestions!!
SENIOR MEMBERSHIP IS NOT REQUIRED
Admission by donation
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TUESDAY, April 23 2:30 p.m. Circle of Friends Art Shoppe 235 Fowler Street
This is an invitation to all who are interested in being a member or becoming involved in our vibrant art shoppe.
The Way It Was....
From: "Bluebell Memories"
Gus Matthews purchased the sternwheelers S.S. International and S.S. Alberta in 1912 and dry-docked them in Galena Bay to be used as bunkhouses and a tourist lodge. Both boats were eventually burned in dry dock in Galena Bay.