Sunday Afternoon, April 29th at d’Esterre House in Comox.
Elizabeth Sebesta is off to visit Stephen Lewis Foundation projects in Uganda, and to participate in the Grandmothers’ Gathering in Tanzania. The Glacier Grannies are thrilled to be hosting her upon her return. Elizabeth is a Canadian Grandmother delegate to Africa and the Past Coordinator of the Victoria Grandmothers for Africa. She will be giving a presentation and slide show about her experiences.
The afternoon will include other exciting activities as well as refreshments and homemade goodies. Two fundraisers, A Blind Date with a Book and Buy a Cork will give our guests the opportunity to choose a wrapped book, with a few hints to help them choose their favorite date, and the chance to choose a bottle of wine without seeing it – will it be one you’ve tried before or a delightful surprise? Intrigued? Watch this space for more details as the date approaches.
The Glacier Grannies will be participating in the following upcoming events:
Evergreen Trash & Treasures
Florence Filberg Centre, 411 Anderton Avenue, Courtenay
Sunday, January 28th from 9 – 2.
The Glacier Grannies will be selling crafts at this fair.
World Community Film Fest
Several venues in Courtenay
Saturday, February 3
The Glacier Grannies will have an information table and will be selling AIDS Angels.
If you are attending the festival and would like more information on the work of the Stephen Lewis Foundation, or the Glacier Grannies, please come and talk to us.
Arts & Bloom, Kitty Coleman Woodland Gardens
6183 Whitaker Road, Courtenay
Saturday to Monday, May 19, 20 and 21
We will be selling our crafts at this artisan fair, which takes place in a beautiful park setting at the height of rhododendron season.