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Professional Driving Training

Fire Hall 3850 Central Road, Hornby Island, BC, Canada

Is driving for a living in your future? Bus driving skills theory training, and Class 4 unrestricted license road test preparation, is being offered by the Hornby Bus Steering Committee/HICEEC. Is it time for you to invest in a future option to develop a very transferable skill to your resume? May 6th, 10 - 4, […]

Natural History Museum: Mindful Stitching Workshop

Natural History Museum 2100 B Sollans Road, Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada

On Thursday, July 13th, 9:30 am – 12:00 pm come to the natural history museum to experience this exiting workshop. Explore using stitch, fabric and natural materials as mindful practice. In this class we will create small fibre collage pieces as a way to engage spontaneously in a creative process. After this workshop, you may […]

$25

Natural History Museum: Rat-a-tat-tat What’s That

Thursday, July 20, 10am – 10:45am, Join Iakotsenhtha Heather Royal Brant, educator, naturalist, and cultural presenter to learn about the Woodpecker, it’s close relatives, amazing attributes and it’s role in our forest ecosystem.  Using two-eyed seeing (Indigenous knowledge & science lens) we will learn, explore and connect via sound, vibration, and observation to these extraordinary birds through […]

$10

Natural History Museum: Fresh Water on Hornby Island

New Horizons 1765 Sollans Road

With Darren Bond, enthusiast, and John Cox, geologist Thursday, July 20th, 1:30 – 2:30 pm. Concerned about fresh water, and all that that means for Hornby Island? Join us for a one-hour presentation and Q&A by two members of Hornby Water Stewardship, including: Groundwater/hydrogeology: Do you know where the water is? Drought: Yikes, is there […]

$10 – $20

Natural History Museum: Crow Watching

New Horizons 1765 Sollans Road

Thursday, July 27th from 1:30 – 2:30 pm June Hunter has been a photographer of crows for many years and, in the course of creating hundreds of crow portraits, she has come to know her subjects very well. Becoming acquainted with several crow families in her East Vancouver neighborhood has led to insights into crow personality, […]

$10 – $20

Natural History Museum: Introduction to Birds of BC

New Horizons 1765 Sollans Road

Thursday, August 3rd, 1:30 – 2:30 pm at New Horizons 1765 Sollans Road Ever wonder what birds are found in your backyard and around Hornby Island? This presentation will go over how to get started with birding, an overview of the birds you can find in BC, an introduction to some projects that are happening […]

$10 – $20

Natural History Museum: Hornby’s Intertidal Biology

Whaling Station Carling Road, Hornby Island, British Columbia

Friday, August 4th, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm. We will meet at a beach north of Whaling Station beach to discuss the magic of tides and the marvelous biology exposed as the tide recedes.  Your hosts will encourage you to explore rocky outcrops, dig in muddy hollows and turn over rocks to learn about the […]

$10 – $20

Natural History Museum: Sandpiper Geology Walk and Scavenger Hunt

Sandpiper Beach Community Park Porpoise Cres. & Sandpiper Rd., Hornby Island

Friday, August 11th, 10:00 am – 11:30 am Sandpiper Beach Join John for a fun and informative walk across the Sandpiper rocks which includes a geology scavenger hunt designed for all ages. If the day is hot and sunny, please consider bringing a sunhat and drinking water and also a pen or pencil for the […]

$10 – $20

HIES Lifelong Learning Sundays @ 2

Zoom , Canada

HIES Life Long Learning ZOOM Talks Fall 2023 Two more in the series still to come.   2024 speakers TBD Amanda Zielinski's talk about kelp and its local situation Nov. 12th Wayne and Doug's Nov. 26th  talk about the famed Lewis and Clarke trail  SIGN UP:  Email hieslifelonglearning@gmail.com  You will receive a ZOOM invitation in response. […]

$6.00

HIES Lifelong Learning Sundays @ 2

Zoom , Canada

HIES Life Long Learning ZOOM Talks Fall 2023 Last event of the 2023 season.   2024 speakers TBD Wayne and Doug's Nov. 26th  talk about the famed Lewis and Clarke trail  SIGN UP:  Email hieslifelonglearning@gmail.com  You will receive a ZOOM invitation in response. A suggested donation for attending each ZOOM talk is $6.00. Payments can be […]

$6.00

Event Series Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum 2100 B Sollans Road, Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada

You are invited to the Natural History Centre, now open every Saturday from 12:30–2:30 pm! Immerse yourself in exhibits celebrating the island's unique biodiversity. It's the perfect rainy-day destination for anyone with an interest in the natural world. Entry is free for kids and by donation for adults. 

$25
Event Series Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum 2100 B Sollans Road, Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada

You are invited to the Natural History Centre, now open every Saturday from 12:30–2:30 pm! Immerse yourself in exhibits celebrating the island's unique biodiversity. It's the perfect rainy-day destination for anyone with an interest in the natural world. Entry is free for kids and by donation for adults. 

$25