* Every first Wednesday of the month – Sooke Writers Collective meets at the library from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Transition Town Café, Reading Room Café (beside Western Foods in Evergreen Plaza, 6660 Sooke Rd.), drop in from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Free admission. Food and drinks available for purchase.
Since we are so busy with lots of other things we are taking a little break in the Transition town Cafe. But we will soon be back for more. We’ll keep you posted when we start up again!
Are you interested in increasing Sooke’s resilience as a community? Not sure where to start? Let’s talk about how we can all help improve our community.
The Transition Town movement began in Ireland but now spans the globe. This grassroots movement seeks to raise awareness of sustainable living and to build local resilience in the face of climate change, peak oil, and economic uncertainty. Sooke became an official Transition Town just over a year ago, but the work of transitioning to lower energy consumption and a more resilient community is just beginning. This is a movement based on inclusivity, on “we” not “us and them,” a focus in keeping with the new year and new leadership in our community.
What is important is to find our commonalities and our mutual involvement in this global problem, not who is wrong or right. Synergy: connecting, building and creating. This is the type of activism that Transition Towns encourage, the kind of activism that promotes local businesses, local farms and gardens, and helps us pull together to be the kind of community we all want.
Sooke Transition Town invites everyone to come on the first Sunday of each month, anytime between 2pm and 4pm. Drop in and chat with old and new friends. This is a great place to meet like-minded people for conversation, inspiration, and cooperation. The Transition Town Café welcomes everyone to join conversations that encourage us all to be the change we want to see right here in Sooke.