Month: June 2016

Upcoming Events and Updates

Klahanie Coffee Night Tuesday, July 5th from 7 – 9 pm at the Canoe Club Stop by the Canoe Club’s Poolside Lounge from 7pm to 9 pm for a coffee (or iced tea) and get to know your neighbors, find out what the KCA is up to, share your ideas and concerns and find out how to get involved.   Health & Wellness Classes Yoga will be on hiatus over the summer.  We wish to thank Sam Deakin for sharing her practice with us and look forward to her classes in the fall.  We want to extend our thanks to Erin Osborne who has been teaching Postnatal Fitness, Prenatal Fitness & Bootcamp and wish her all the best for her move to her new home.   Community Land Use Open House Saturday, June 25th from 1 – 5 pm at the Kyle Centre (125 Kyle Street) As part of the Port Moody consultation process City Council wants to you what you think about the future use of Kyle Centre.  Find out more here: http://www.portmoody.ca/index.aspx?page=1364   Evergreen Line Parking – Share your input on options to manage on-street parking Monday, June 27th from 7 – 9 pm, 125 Kyle Street Increased demand for parking in the neighbourhoods (including Klahanie) surrounding the stations in Port Moody is anticipated upon opening of the new EGL Skytrain station. To help prepare, the City...

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Summer in Klahanie

Now that the pool is open for the season, we’re all finally excited about summer.  With another record-breaking season forecast, remember firstly to protect your family (including your pets) from heat stroke.  One of our long-time sponsors, Healing Paws, would have some excellent advice on how to keep your pets cool! We have no shortage of places within walking distance to cool down.  On a scorching hot day, seeking relief under the forest canopy with a walk along Shoreline Trail is easy, free, and rejuvenating.  Heading along the north side of the inlet, you will soon come to Old Orchard Park and its small beach which usually has an abundance of spots to lay your beach towel down, open a book and enjoy the sounds of the water.  If you choose to wander towards Rocky Point Park, after a quick run through the spray park you could head to Rocky Point Ice Cream, get out onto the water with Rocky Point Kayak, and afterwards, wander along Brewery Row. Of course, there’s our own pool as well!  Despite a slightly late start to the season, our Canoe Club and pool remains highly popular (be sure to access the pool via the change rooms and take note of the pool rules – remember that there isn’t a lifeguard on duty so swim safe and respect your neighbours). Finally, Caffe Divano make a selection of fresh smoothies with real ingredients.  Our local café is...

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