December 2017 ~ Still

Photo by Kathleen Thompson

Forbes Hall Expansion Donations

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Lawrence Valley Dining Event

June 28th 

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Pancake Breakfast

July 1st ~ Forbes Hall

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Family Fun Day

August 11th ~ Forbes Hall

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Forbes Hall Expansion

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Click here to view May 21st Newsletter

Fundraising Update


Thetis Island Improvement District

Planned Changes to the Firehall

Rainfall Stats ~ Preedy Harbour

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To view the ferry schedule

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Who's Who of Thetis Pets Registry

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Thetis Island Farm Producers
Thetis Island Community Fund
Thetis Island Community Association

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Feel free to send us bits & pieces of information and interest, photos to share and notices of upcoming events etc.

Use the contact page or e-mail us directly.


Outboard for Sale

2016 Suzuki 2.5 HP - 4 stroke outboard engine

Only 5 hours running time.

List price $795 but on sale for the low low price of $475

Call Doug 250-210-4042


Washer / Dryer for Sale

Older, lightly used washer/dryer for sale.  

Both work well.  

Can deliver to your lot but not unload.  

Carol 250-246-3699.  


Looking for Car to Rent ~ Short Term

I am looking to rent a car on island for my father to use while he is staying with us (until June 22nd). 

He would use it on island and for short trips on the other side.

Thanks a lot in advance!


250 416 0674


Cedar Beach Closed this Week

The pizza lady is away this week so none until next week.

 Andy Lamb


Commuter Car

If you know of anyone looking for a good little commuter car, my brother in the Fraser Valley is selling his 2007 Honda Fit.  $3900.  

Ads in auto trader and craigslist fraser valley.  It gets 7.4l/100 km (38mpg).  

Email me at and I will put you in touch with him.


Free: Wine Fridge

Wine fridge that holds 35 bottles

Don Sinclair, 250-246-4291


Solid Waste Committee Message

Thank you to all who are donating items that have been cleaned, and that work, to our Free Store, that others can make use of again.

May we also remind everyone: before you bring in any items, please ensure that they are in working order, are cleaned and that they do not need repairing.

The summer is upon us, and that brings with it a VERY busy Solid Waste yard, which means our volunteers and staff are working extra hard (which they do anyway!). Please park in designated spots only, this will ease the days when there is added congestion.

Thank You for you ongoing support. Have a great summer!

Steve Frankel

OBO,Your Solid Waste Committee


From the Library...

New in the collection

Murder in the Rue Dumas - M.L.Longworth - fiction

Radio Girls - Sarah Jones Stratford - historical fiction - London 1926

Sulphur Springs - William Kruger - crime fiction

The Lewis Man and The Chessmen last 2 in the Lewis Man trilogy

Earnest - Kirsten von Kreisler - fiction - dog




Next TIRRA GM, Thursday, June 21st 7PM

There are a number of important Agenda Items.

If you have any topic or issue you would like on the Agenda, please contact me, Steve @ 250-246-2099 

Agenda Items:

1. Approval of TIRRA Exec Minutes/AGM Minutes - Posted online soon

2. FAC - Keith Rush

3. Committee Reports: Posted online soon, Cemetery, Transportation, Trails, Finance, Solid Waste 

4. TIRRA Executive Motions: Funding for Hydro at SW      

5. New Tax Proposal(s) CVRD initiatives & Info-Quentin

6. Replacement of TIRRA Chair



Passing Walkers

Drivers, please be aware that when you come upon walkers on your side of the road you must SLOW DOWN and then pass them only if it's safe to do so. 

This means you cannot stay at speed and swerve into the opposite lane and expect the oncoming driver to pull off to let you by.  This is still happening all to often. 

Several residents have purchased dash cams because of this issue. 

Please take the extra three or four seconds to keep our Walkers and drivers safe.



Coastal Wildfire News ~ Issue 3


Join the Community Bat Count

Bat Watch is a citizen science program to annually monitor bat populations in roost sites. Abandoned houses, barns, church steeples – and even currently occupied structures and bat houses – can provide a summer home to female bats and their young. Monitoring these “maternity colonies” can give biologists a good idea of how bat populations in an area are doing from year to year. With the occurrence of White-nose Syndrome in North America, monitoring these colonies is more important than ever.

Ideally, the Bat Count includes four counts during the summer - two between June 1 and 21 (before pups can fly) and two more between July 11 and August 5 (when pups are flying and exiting the roost with their mothers). Doing all four bat counts allows Bat Watch to best compare data from year to year and between sites. However, if you don't have time, you can choose your level of participation (one count, one count each period, two counts once or twice).

Here's how. It's fun and simple (glass of wine while counting is optional): 

Arrive at your bat roost at sunset (bats will begin to emerge at dusk).

The air temperature should be at least 12° (C) with low wind speed.

Sit or stand outside so that the bats' exit point is visible from a comfortable distance. More than one person might be needed if bats are exiting from multiple points.

Tally the bats as they fly out for their nightly insect eating. A hand clicker can help. 

Record your observations on the data sheet (available at

Mail your data sheet to the BC Bats Program at the end of the summer.

Do not enter bat roosts or handle the animals.

Please respect private property. Ask permission if the bat roost is on someone else's land.

For more information go  or contact

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