Recreation Buzz « Gold River Buzz

By: Gold River Buzz  09-12-2011

The Aquatic Centre reopens September 6, 2011, and all programs start the week of September 12th.

Check your flyer for more information.  Didn’t receive one?  Pick one up at the Aquatic Centre or call 250-283-2216.

Drop in Aerobics & Aquafit

Drop in Floor Hockey Mondays 7:00 – 8:00 pm

Register early for the following


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09-12-2011

Eating Out Buzz « Gold River Buzz

Spring Art Show and Sale, Local Artwork, Pottery Sale, Live music, Plant Sale, Demonstrations, Food Specials. Come on down the hill and enjoy the activities. Coffee and a monster muffin for 3.00.


09-12-2011

Holiday Buzz « Gold River Buzz

If you’ve ever been to a school function, or a bake sale and saw some cupcakes that knocked your socks off, you can bet they were made by Karen Creelman. I spied these creative cupcakes on our resident Cupcake Queen’s facebook page and asked if she would share the recipe.


09-12-2011

Uncategorized « Gold River Buzz

Long time residents of Gold River, George and wife Dorothy moved to spend their retirement years in Campbell River. Dad and Mom enjoyed their retirement years traveling. Dad loved fishing and earned the nickname “Relic”. George N. Neill ~ June 20,1938-February 25,2010. With saddened hearts we say good-bye.


09-12-2011

Fitness/Health Buzz « Gold River Buzz

If you’re looking to get in shape, maintain your youthful physique or just get out of doing dishes a couple nights a week, this could be your answer. Men’s Recreational Hockey is starting this Tuesday.


09-12-2011

Weekend Buzz « Gold River Buzz

When was the last time you got all dressed up, went OUT with friends and got your fill of dancing. Come and learn some line dances, the Cha-Cha Slide, Macarena, Limbo, Karaoke. We’ll be having door prizes, games and fun. Well ladies, this is the night for you.


09-12-2011

FYI Buzz « Gold River Buzz

All residents, agencies, businesses, and organizations across British Columbia are encouraged to take part in the largest earthquake drill in Canadian history. Today at 10:20am, a province wide “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” drill will take place called The Great British Columbia ShakeOut.