ANYTIME
Camp Vision is winter ready! feel free to stop by and see what's been going on. Check in at the Info Centre in Bonshaw if you're not sure how to get there.


Monday, April 1st -- Plan B Social Reinvented
(and what better day than April Fool's Day?)
2 - 4PM, Bonshaw Community Centre
25 Green Road, Bonshaw
good company, good food, good conversation



Past Events

Sunday, March 3 Bet-R Plan Concert
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Guild, 
111 Queen Street, Charlottetown PE

February 6 -- MArch 3rd, 2013 --  Bet-R Plan Art Show

Tuesday - Saturday, noon to 5PM
Arts Guild Gallery
Free admission



THE BET-R PLAN ART SHOW is offering the following 2 activites:

February 23

Bruno Peripoli will be  in the Guild Gallery on Saturday afternoon February 23th to do an Introduction to Photography (Five steps to Photography, about 40 minutes) and be available while doing some editing on his own.

February 20

Island artist Susan Christensen will work on one of her paintings in the Gallery at The Guild as part of the Bet-R Plan Art show. Come by and see her on Wednesday February 20th, between 1 pm and 4 pm.


Monday, February 18 (Islander Day holiday)  Plan B Winter Social **Canceled** due to weather!
Bonshaw Community Centre,  2:00 pm  - 4:00 pm
Join us for a Winter Social. We've all learned a lot this year! Let's share our experience and wisdom in the year ahead. Refreshments, meet up and set out hiking in the Bonshaw Hills, etc.

Saturday, February 16   Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act  (FOIPP) Workshop
Cornwall Civic Centre, 1:00pm - 3:00pm
A free workshop on what this act is and how citizens can find out the information they are looking for.

February 6 Bet-R Plan Art Show Opening
7:00 pm- 9:00 pm
The Guild, 111 Queen Street, Charlottetown PE

The Art Show will run until March 3, when the Guild is open
Tuesdays to Saturdays, 12noon  - 5:00pm

Dec 18  Groundwater and Plan B -- A Primer
7 pm
Bonshaw Community Centre

Why is putting a new highway through the Bonshaw Hills so problematic?  Where does all that water come from?  What can public monitors expect to see this winter and spring after rains and snowmelt?  Dr. Scott Rice-Snow, chairman of the Department of Geology at Ball State University in Indiana, will discuss these issues and others at a public talk about groundwater and the Plan B highway, on Tuesday, December 18th, at the Bonshaw Community Centre, starting at 7PM.

He will give a short presentation on where groundwater comes from, the basics of groundwater flow, and what makes this region special.  There will be a question and answer session following the presentation.  Admission is free, though donations for "Stop Plan B" costs will be accepted.


The Bonshaw Community Centre is located at 25 Green Road, next to the Bonshaw Hall, off the TCH.  For more information, call 675-2239.



Nov 12 Rally for Responsible Government
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Province House, Charlottetown PEI
Islanders from all walks of life are invited to come together to express their opposition to a wide ranging number of governmental policies and to show their willingness to stand up for our democratic rights.
http://www.facebook.com/events/347317528697178/?fref=ts

Nov 10
A Fine Concert for Change
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Murphy's Community Centre
200 Richmond Street, Charlottetown PE
Online Silent Action, 50 50 Draw

October 28 The Raven Speaks
1:00pm - 4:00 pm
Birding on PEI invites everyone to join us in exploring the flora and fauna of the Bonshaw Hills. Meet at the Strathgartney look-off on the Trans-Canada Highway in Churchill. We welcome like-minded groups to join us - GoPEI, Island Nature Trust, Island Trails,The Natural History Society of PEI and others.

October 26 Nature Walk and Talk
10:30-11:00 am
Meet at the Strathgartney look-off on the Trans-Canada Highway in Churchill. Gary Schneider will lead a "walk and talk" about what is left of the Acadian forest.

Oct 19 Hemlock Day Rally
Opponents of the Plan B highway project are holding a 'HEMLOCK DAY' Public Rally at the Coles Building in Charlottetown on Friday October 19th from 11:30 am to 1pm. Children and parents, young people and elders will be presenting Hemlock Seedlings to government MLAs and expressing why they want the forest in Churchill to be preserved. There will be speakers and music. Everyone is welcome. For more information phone 675-4093.
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