Isle of the Arts: Our regular ferry and float plane services provide easy access to Gabriola from Nanaimo and Vancouver. With one of the best climates in Canada, plus beaches, parks, ocean views and sunsets, Gabriola is one of BC's top destinations to visit and live.
Unwind, do some beachcombing, play on the water, visit the local galleries and shops, hike, bike, enjoy the Gabriola culture and create memories with friends and family.
#6 - 480 North Road,
Gabriola BC V0R 1X0
OFF-SEASON HOURS - Labour Day to Victoria Day
Thur & Fri 10am - 12pm
Sat 10am - 2pm
SPRING SEASON HOURS - Victoria Day to June 30
Fri, Sat & Sun 10am - 2pm
SUMMER SEASON HOURS - Canada Day to Labour Day
Daily 10am - 6pm
Click below for the
2018 Gabriola Map
Gabriola Island Distances:
♦ Length of the island = 14.5 km (9 mi)
♦ Width of the island = 4.5 km (2.8 mi)
Road Distances from the Gabriola Ferry Dock
♦ To Visitor Centre & Village core = 1 km (.6 mi)
♦ To Orlebar Point = 5.3 km (3.3 mi)
♦ To Silva Bay via North Rd = 12.7 km (7.9 mi)
♦ To Silva Bay via South Rd = 15.4 km (9.6 mi)
♦ Full circle via North/South Rds = 28.1 km (17.5 mi)
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Cost: 10 pass card – $100; Drop-ins $12 |
Learn muscle balance and alignment; strengthen your core and surrounding muscles with non-cardio exercises, mat work, use of free weights/bands and standing exercises.
Instructor: Mara Brenner
FREE 6-week Workshop | Pre-registration is preferred |
By phone (1-866-902-3767 Toll Free) or online. You can also register at the Firehall on April 19th or April 26th |
The program is offered as a fun, practical workshop which can help people with chronic conditions overcome these daily challenges and maintain an active, fulfilling life. Participants learn about healthier ways to live, gain confidence and motivation to manage their health and feel more positive about their lives. They are provided with information strategies and techniques, so they will have the tools they need to help themselves.
Adults of all ages, who are experiencing chronic conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, fibromyalgia, hypertension, depression or any other ongoing or long-term health condition(s) can attend. Their family members, friends and caregivers are also welcome, as they will benefit from the information personally and develop a better understanding of living with a chronic condition.
This program will run for 6-weeks on Thursdays from April 19th to May 24th.
For more information please download the pdf document below or contact:
University of Victoria,
Institute on Aging & Lifelong Health,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org |
Phone: 1-866-902-3767 Toll Free.
Tickets: $15 | Available at North Road Sports, online and at the door |
Gary O’Neill is a young singer/songwriter native to Kilkenny, Ireland. In 2014, he moved to Dublin where he impressively released an EP, two albums and a single while touring extensively across Ireland and Europe before moving to Chicago in 2016. Based now in his current home of Vancouver, BC, he is launching his first solo North American tour, traveling coast-to-coast Canada for the filming of an independent documentary that captures the complexity of the human experience wrapped up in the art of living a musician’s life on the road.
GaLTT will be leading broom cuts for the rest of May.
Join us at:
- Ferry Hill (meet in Agi Hall lot) – Thursday, May 24, 7pm to 8:30pm.
Upcoming GaLTT broom cuts:
- Horseshoe Road (meet at the corner of Horseshoe and Rollo) – Thursday May 31, 7pm to 8:30pm
Bring your loppers or borrow ours.
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