Team FCA of the Fernwood Community Association is raising $1000 for the Gift of Good Food Holiday fundraiser.
$500 will provide fresh vegetables and fruit for a family living below the poverty line for a year.
In support of this […]
Location: Victoria High School Theatre
Time: Wednesday, November 7, 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Emcee: Kalen Harris
Moderator: Michael Prince
Yes: Teale Phelps Bondaroff
No: Bob Plecas
If you have a question to ask, please sign up on entry.
Presented by Victoria High […]
This is a reminder of the Special General Meeting on October 22, regarding provincially required bylaw changes. The meeting will be at 7pm at The Paul Phillips Hall, 1923 Fernwood Rd.
The FCA of Greater Victoria is […]
For 10 years Vining St PARTY on the PLAZA-VS PoP entertained Fernwoodians on the second Sunday in September.
Children and parents alike loved dancing and singing to live entertainment, indulging in fun and games, a community […]
The North Park Neighbourhood Association is hearing proposals at its August 1 board meeting, linked below. One of the proposals is around redevelopment of the current Wellburn’s building at Cook & Pandora. The public is […]
Opportunity to provide input re the future of Vic High:
Please see the note below from SD 61, with a survey link.
The first of two open houses was held this Saturday and 315 people attended. […]
Please see this document detailing the trees that City has listed for removal in Fernwood this year.
There is contact information on the linked document if you have any questions.
Greater Victoria School District Seeks Public Input on Vic High
VICTORIA, BC – The Greater Victoria School District is planning for seismic upgrades to Vic High School. Opened in 1914, the high school has an H-1 […]
Fernwood Community Association Board of Directors Meeting September 13, 2017
PRESENT: Tony Sprackett, Joanne Murray, Luranah Polson, Bill McKechnie, Clayton Jevne, Richard Olafson, Carol Sokoloff,
FCA STAFF: Naomi Simpson, Julian Cervello
CITY of VICTORIA: Charlayne Thornton-Joe, Michael Hill
Twenty-eight proposals were submitted by individuals and organizations this fall. The ideas were vetted to ensure they were viable and worked to improve life in Victoria.
Eight shortlisted projects are vying for up to $50,000 in funding. […]