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Micro-Brewery Tour Henderson House Music Museum

Photo credit: Graham Flack, Global BC

Photo credit:Joyce Furness

Photo Credit: Linda Cross

Photo Credit: Bill Lawson

View from the ferry on the way to Saltery Bay

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Annual Events by Month or Event


A Taste of Art (Spring) Arts Alive in the Park (Aug) Blackberry Festival (Aug) Business Awards (Feb) Carols by Candlelight Men’s Choir
PR Chorus Concert Cinematheque (Jan & Sept) Community Band Concert (May) Edible Garden Tour (Aug) Fall Fair (Sept) Film Festival (Feb) Hospice Hike (May) Kathaumixw Choirs (Jul) Logger Sports (Jul) Marathon Shuffle (Apr) National Film Day (Apr) Parkinson SuperWalk (Sept) Paws for a Cause  (Sept) Performing Arts Festival (Feb) PRISMA Concerts (June) Salmon Gala Dinner (Oct) Sea Fair Parade (Jul) Seedy Saturday (Mar) Shellfish Festival (May) Studio Tour (Aug) Sunshine Music Festival (Aug) Terry Fox Run (Sept) Townsite Heritage Week (Feb) Trash Bash (Apr)
Christmas Cheer Committee

Groups for Kids & Teens

Interaction with their peers and community, learning something new or just ‘for the fun of it’, there are several groups in Powell River for kids and teens to join. There is cooking with YACK, adventures in learning via cadets or Scouts or Girl Guides, service to the community, working with animals, or exploring the great outdoors.

More kid oriented activities can be found in Sports & Recreation.


Fire Safety Tips for Kids
Courtesy of ADT Security

Selling Girl Guide Cookies

Criteria for Participation in the School-Aged Children's Program:

Open to all Kindergarten to Grade 12 students with an identified disability - physical, sensory, emotional, behavioural or learning

Open to students from the school district, private schools or students who are home schooled

Referrals can come from school staff, physicians, parents, preschool physiotherapist and occupational therapist

All students must have a signed physician’s form and parent release agreement prior to participation in the program

School-aged program physiotherapist assesses students for suitability in the program and scheduling into an appropriate class in consultation with riding instructor/s

For safety reasons, students must weigh less that 180 lb to participate in the program