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Cultus Lake Christmas

This blog post was developed in response to a request from the Cultus Lake Park Community Events and Engagement Committee – which is made up of community volunteers.

 

Mark your calendars! Cultus Lake Christmas is scheduled for November 29 and 30 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Please see the image for all of the exciting details.

Stay tuned for more information on this year’s colouring contest.

You Can Light Up a Tree for Christmas at Cultus Lake Park!

This blog post was developed in response to a request from the Cultus Lake Park Community Events and Engagement Committee – which is made up of community volunteers.

  

Who’s getting excited for the winter holiday season? You? Us? Everyone!

Cultus Lake Christmas is just around the corner – on November 29 and 30 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The Community Events and Engagement Committee’s (CEEC) event – Cultus Lake Christmas – is fun for the whole family. There are beautiful Christmas lights in the trees and reflecting off of the lake; a visit from the jolly fella himself – Santa Claus; an artisan gift market; a bonfire with marshmallows, hot chocolate and apple cider; and food for purchase. It’s all here – and Cultus Lake Christmas is the can’t miss celebration of the season.

The Christmas lights will remain on throughout December to help us all stay in the spirit of the season.

The CEEC has sponsorship packages available for those who would like to support this annual (and super fun) event!

Please see the image for information on how you can help.

See you at Cultus Lake Christmas.

CLASS Meeting Notice

Cultus Lake Stewards hold their next meeting 9:30 – 11 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 30 at the DFO complex in the house basement, at 4222 Columbia Valley Hwy., Cultus Lake, B.C.

 

Topics include these and other items: 

  • Actions on invasive species: zebra & quagga mussels, invasive watermilfoil, yellow flag iris, smallmouth bass
  • Lake water level management
  •  CLASS promotional video and plans
  • Registration as a society

Everyone who cares for Cultus is welcome to attend.

CLASS meets at 9:30 a.m. on the morning of the last Wednesday of the month, at the DFO lab complex, through the year. We don’t meet in during the summer or in December. Please see more at cultusstewards.ca or find us on Facebook.

Lakeshore Drive Road Closure

Fortis BC connection at 19 Lakeshore Drive

Please be advised that a complete road closure will be in effect on:

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 

Between the hours of: 8:30am – 1:30pm

 Expects delays – Intermittent single lane traffic only

 Overflow parking is available in Parking Lot A provided a residential parking permit is displayed.

 Sorry for any inconvenience.

Cultus Lake Park

Tell Us What You Think About Short-Term Rentals, B&Bs, Secondary Suites and Home-Based Businesses

Short-term vacation rentals, bed and breakfast homes, secondary suites and home-based businesses are a part of today’s reality. Technology and a connected world have driven a shift in how things work.

It is important for the Cultus Lake Park Board and staff to gather input from the community on these topics. We want to understand what the community sees as the opportunities and the challenges in these areas.

As a part of the community engagement process about short-term vacation rentals, bed and breakfast homes, secondary suites and home-based businesses, a survey has been developed to provide input, ideas and feedback. We encourage Cultus Lake Park residents and commercial leaseholders to take this survey.

Community input is crucial for the Board as they review these topics. It will assist them in determining how they should be approached and regulated within Cultus Lake Park.

You can take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CLP-Questionnaire.

Thank you in advance for sharing your feedback, input and ideas with us. It is greatly appreciated.

Salvation Army Food Drive – September 21

The Salvation Army will be in Cultus Lake Park on Saturday, September 21 from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. for their BC Thanksgiving Food Drive. This is a province-wide event. The Salvation Army will pick up the bags previously dropped off to residents.

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