Tuesday January 22nd, 2019
RDEK OCP Open House
Moyie Community Hall
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
There is an Open House scheduled for Tuesday, January 22nd from 7pm-9pm at the Moyie Community Hall. The Open House will be mostly informal giving everyone the opportunity to come and go, review the draft OCP policies and ask questions/make comments. There will be a brief presentation by staff at 7:30pm to overview the draft OCP and Zoning Bylaws. It should be about 30 minutes and then things will go back to the Open House style for conversation, questions, etc.
If you have questions about the newsletter, planning process or upcoming Open House, Michele Bates is your best contact. She can be reached at email@example.com or at 250-489-2791 (toll-free 1-888-478-7335).
Wednesday January 30th, 2019
Moyie Community Association Meeting
If you have any agenda items please email them to Debbie Broadley - firstname.lastname@example.org
Come Join US on the lake for the Moyie Annual Fishing Derby.
Get your tickets at the Moyie General Store for only $5.00 per person.
Another great reason to live in Moyie :-) Introducing Evening Fitness Classes for all our health minded peeps. We will be starting on Monday November 19th - 1st class will be Step Aerobics (which can easily be done without a step) Participants will need to supply their own step - we have some mats at the hall but if you have one please bring it along.
I have a variety of DVD's so we'll explore what exercise styles we want to do for future classes - or if you have a favorite - bring it along.
Don't forget that if you're a "day" person there are also day classes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Moyie Lake Quilters Guild Raffle and Farewell Gathering was held on Saturday August 25, 2018
It was a great event with the lucky winner of the 2018 Moyie Lake Quilt being
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Come Join the Fun
YOGA - Tuesdays & Thursdays- 9:00 - 10:00am
EXERCISE - Tuesdays & Thursdays- 10:00 - 11:00 am
QUILTING - Tuesdays - 11:00 -
COFFEE TIME - Thursdays 11:00 am
Everyone welcome. Coffee by donation. come socialize with your friends and neighbours - New and Old
Reading Center open during these times.
High House Museum
The rich history of Moyie is all captured in the High House Museum. Come visit us and learn what we were then and what we are now from our very knowledgeable curators.
Open every Sunday from 1 - 3pm July to September.
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Moyie General Store
9332 Front St Moyie, BC V0B 2A0
Serving the town of Moyie for over 30 years the Moyie General Store has everything to you need in one stop. From groceries to novelty items, post office, liquor sales, ice cream, gas, firewood, bbq propane, ice, fishing and hunting supplies and speciality items and a private dock for water access.
Stop in to see owners Joanne and Dan, have a coffee and sit a spell.
Moyie Marine offers exceptional quality detailing, maintenance, and storage services to the boating community of the East Kootenays. The new mobile service is owned and operated by Guy Kodila of Moyie, who brings 10 years in the local RV and boat industry to his new company.
To schedule an appointment or get more information on the mobile service you can contact Guy Kodila.
Rocky Mountain Clogging Supply& Dance Club
Catering to clogging dancers all across Canada with a full range of in stock shoes, taps, and accessory items. Items are available via mail order or in persons at select workshops.
Please check out our website at http://www.rockymountaincloggingsupply.ca
or email at email@example.com or give us a call.
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Hi, my name is Tracy Lee Fraser and I'm an arter with a passion for mixed media collage. Originally from Vancouver my work history includes 25 years in marketing and advertising. In 2010 I moved to Cranbrook.
Each piece I make is an expression of my love for texture using recycled and repurposed mainstream and found ephemera. Each piece is constructed through a process of layering elements (wood, paint, fabric, glue, tile, paper, canvas, yarn and more) and where possible includes two coats of finish. All my pieces are designed to be both a visual and tactile experience.
Locally my art has been sold at Muriel and Jane's and Key City Theatre Art Gallery in Cranbrook. Other pieces can be found in private homes throughout Canada and the US.