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Get your swing-on

Ninety-nine percent of everything is just showing up! So… for all you toe-tappers and wanna be dancers, it’s time to get out and show up for swing lessons at the Gallery at Artisan Square on Monday Nights starting on April 28th.
Time to get off the slopes and on the water

Time to get off the slopes and on the water

With spring in the air and ski season coming to a close what better way to embrace the warmer weather than to get back on the water for a nice calming paddle.
Belt tests at Collins Hall

Belt tests at Collins Hall

On Saturday April 19th approximately 25 brave young Taekwondo students were tested on their skills in the hopes of advancing to their next belt level.
IPS students chase frisbee dreams

IPS students chase frisbee dreams

Both Junior and Senior IPS ultimate frisbee teams challenged Sutherland at Bowfest field last Friday.

Cycling safety

Now that spring time is here many Bowen Islanders are dusting off their bicycles for pleasure and commuting use. As those of us who live here know, the roads on Bowen Island are narrow and have no sidewalks and many pedestrians use the roadway.
Spring arrives in time for the Island Masters

Spring arrives in time for the Island Masters

The weather finally cooperated and golf season officially kicked off on Saturday, April 12 with fourty-nine competitors in the 6th annual Bowen Island Golf Club's Island Masters.
Youth coed soccer league - live it and love it!

Youth coed soccer league - live it and love it!

The Bowen Island Football Club (BIFC) has had tremendous success with their adult co-ed league and has decided to introduce an under 16 youth league for both boys and girls.
Girls get on the pitch

Girls get on the pitch

On Friday afternoon, Bowen Island’s soccer pitch is the domain of six and seven year old girls (and one boy, who they are happy to have join them). This new, girls soccer league is Rina Freed’s creation.
Learning to ride

Learning to ride

There’s nothing like tuning up the bike and going for a ride, especially after a long winter. Dan Cowan’s bike camps proved very popular over spring break and its easy to understand why.

Gymnastics club hosts first meet

On Saturday March 1st the Bowen Island Gymnastics Club (BIGC) hosted their first ever invitational meet with 70 competitors participating from clubs such as Pemberton, Whistler, Squamish, Vancouver and of course Bowen Island.