May Monthly PNC meeting – Thursday May 2nd at 1:30 p.m.

The monthly meetings take place at the Parksville Community Centre at 132 Jensen St. The May Meeting is on the first Thursday in May instead of the normal first Wednesday because there was no space available for Wednesday.

Fossil Collector, author and Eldercollege instructor Graham Beard will give a presentation on fossils on Vancouver Island. There will also be a presentation by Wendy Caban and Geoff Cabal from the CANADIAN SNOWBIRD ASSOCIATION (CSA)  which is a 100,000- member national not-for-profit advocacy organization dedicated to actively defending and improving the rights and privileges of Canadian travellers. It started as a group devoted to finding affordable emergency out- of-country travel health coverage and grew into a national organization. Wendy Caban is the Director for Western Canada.

Upcoming Events in May

Wed. May 8th – Learn all about fossils at the Qualicum Beach Museum. $5 at the door.

Thursday May 9th – the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club is offering all PNC a free introduction to lawn bowling including a lesson and info on how the club operates.

Upcoming Events in June

Monday June 17th – Enjoy a tour of Milner Gardens followed by High Tea. Tickets are $35 in person or you can purchase tickets online at our Online Store.

For more info on these special events visit

Comments (2)

  1. Cindy westover


    New to the area and wanting to join would I be able to do that at the April monthly meeting?

    • susanmcalevy


      Hi Cindy,

      Yes the easiest way to join is at the monthly meeting coming up Wed. April 3rd at 1:30 p.m. at the Parksville Community Centre. You can pay the $15 membership fee using cash or cheque plus we encourage new members to purchase a name tag. You can complete the Membership Form and Activities Form at that time as well. Try and get there as close to 1:30 as you can to allow time to take care of all this before the meeting starts at 2:00 p.m. Welcome to Newcomers!


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