Upcoming Events

October 29 2017
100 BLOCK OF DURHAM ST

This is no trick, you’re in for a treat. We’ll have pumpkins to carve and yummy soup to eat!
We’ll light each one up when day turns to night to vote which is best and give everyone a fright!

Soup, bread & drinks will be provided as well as prizes for the most creative pumpkins.

Please bring your pumpkin & carving tools.

100 BLOCK OF DURHAM ST
(If the sky is not leaking - if it’s raining, we’ll meet at the Queen’s Park picnic shelter)

All Welcome! Costumes Optional!

October 6 2017
38140 Lombardy Crescent

Two dates will be offered:
October 25 and October 26; 6pm - 9pm

October 31 2017
500 Block of Kelly Street, New Westminster by Hume Park

Forget about the pre-Halloween dinner scramble. Come down to Rest in Peace on Kelly Street. Relax and enjoy Hot Coffee, Hot Chocolate and Pizza- complementary from Sapperton's very own Pappa Leo's Pizza. Be warm and sheltered from our heat lamps and Gazebos. Get enchanted by the decorations and vibe to come. Be most rewarded by our give-aways and BIG treats!
"Rest in Peace" prior to your journey or have a warm resting Place with food and beverage to-go in between homes. Or if it works better, end your night with us.. as your final resting place.

October 3 2017
To be notified after request

I am hosting a potluck dinner on Saturday,  November 18 at 5:00 p.m. You may bring any ethnic or your traditional dish either sweet or savoury for appetizers, main dish, salad or dessert.  
 Please r.s.v.p by email and let me know what you want to bring. 
We'll have a fun time meeting new and familiar friends or playing games with prizes. 

October 2 2017
Century House, 620 8th St, New Westminster

The “Trash your Prejudice” project is going uptown to the Seniors Festival at Century House on October 21 at 10:30.

We took "Trash your Prejudice" to Queens Park in July, on Canada Day, and the response from the community was incredible!

We’ll ask people to write down any prejudice, rumour or stereotyping that they have had against themselves, overheard, or felt – and throw them in our trash bin. At the end of the project we will celebrate what's been trashed in New West!

Be sure to stop by if you are there!

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