West Shore Parks and Recreation

Kydo Klownz will warm up the crowd before a special outdoor screening of The Last Jedi at West Shore Parks and Recreation in Colwood. (Photo courtesy of West Shore Parks and Recreation)

Join the resistance for an outdoor movie screening in Colwood

Movies on the Hill returns to West Shore Parks and Recreation

Kydo Klownz will warm up the crowd before a special outdoor screening of The Last Jedi at West Shore Parks and Recreation in Colwood. (Photo courtesy of West Shore Parks and Recreation)
Kari Moslehi lines up a shot while daughter Aaliyah and son Zain look on during a croquet game at West Shore Parks and Recreation’s Neighbourhood Nights event. (Gazette file photo)

Neighbourhood Nights returns this summer

Lots of activities, games, crafts and movies for all to enjoy

Kari Moslehi lines up a shot while daughter Aaliyah and son Zain look on during a croquet game at West Shore Parks and Recreation’s Neighbourhood Nights event. (Gazette file photo)
The Sheepdogs perform at Rock the Shores on Saturday. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)

WATCH: Thousands rock in Colwood over the weekend

Rock the Shores returns after one-year hiatus

  • Jul 16, 2018
The Sheepdogs perform at Rock the Shores on Saturday. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)
A variety of musical flavours throughout weekend at Rock the Shores

A variety of musical flavours throughout weekend at Rock the Shores

Headliners Brian Wilson, Sheepdogs and X Ambassadors part of diverse lineup festival

A variety of musical flavours throughout weekend at Rock the Shores
(Gazette file photo)

West Shore Parks and Recreation Society under new management

Owners appoint CAOs as interim board while creating plan for society’s future

(Gazette file photo)
EJ Weston is the founder of Westshore Youth Pride, an alliance aiming to start a drop-in service for those in the LGBTQ community and a new website and app that connects youth to much-needed services. (Contributed photo)

New LGBTQ group connects youth to services

EJ Weston to launch app, drop-in service in coming months

EJ Weston is the founder of Westshore Youth Pride, an alliance aiming to start a drop-in service for those in the LGBTQ community and a new website and app that connects youth to much-needed services. (Contributed photo)
Emily Haines Metric lead singer and keyboardist Emily Haines performs at Rock the Shores in Colwood. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Rock the Rink gives youth once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

Winning band will get to play a set at Rock the Shores

  • Apr 24, 2018
Emily Haines Metric lead singer and keyboardist Emily Haines performs at Rock the Shores in Colwood. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Rock the Shores transforms the lower fields of the West Shore Parks and Recreation site into a three-day intimate rock concert. (Gazette file photo)
Rock the Shores transforms the lower fields of the West Shore Parks and Recreation site into a three-day intimate rock concert. (Gazette file photo)
Letter: Mayors’ comments unprofessional

Letter: Mayors’ comments unprofessional

Re: Funding formula for West Shore Parks and Recreation under review (Gazette,…

  • Mar 11, 2018
Letter: Mayors’ comments unprofessional
The West Shore Parks and Recreation Centre’s 2018 budget was rejected by Colwood and Langford says funds can be taken from the reserve fund, but Colwood refuses to comply. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

West Shore Parks and Rec funding formula under review

‘They need to understand we are doing our part’ says Langford Mayor Stew Young

The West Shore Parks and Recreation Centre’s 2018 budget was rejected by Colwood and Langford says funds can be taken from the reserve fund, but Colwood refuses to comply. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)
Colwood is putting the other owners of West Shore Parks and Recreation on notice after rejecting the society’s 2018 budget. (Gazette file photo)

Colwood predicts downfall of West Shore Parks and Rec unless changes made now

Council rejects West Shore Parks and Rec 2018 budget, stating more funding needed

Colwood is putting the other owners of West Shore Parks and Recreation on notice after rejecting the society’s 2018 budget. (Gazette file photo)

Activities to keep kids busy on the Family Day long weekend

West Shore Parks and Rec hosts free public skate and swim

Rock the Shores scheduled to return in 2018

Rock the Shores scheduled to return in 2018

Tickets on sale now for three summer festivals

Rock the Shores scheduled to return in 2018
The West Shore Parks and Recreation Society says it will be facing funding shortfalls of roughly $75,000. That number could be significantly more in 2018. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Bring a proposal to the West Shore Recreation table, Langford

View Royal Mayor David Screech expands on West Shore Parks and Recreation’s operations

  • Oct 15, 2017
The West Shore Parks and Recreation Society says it will be facing funding shortfalls of roughly $75,000. That number could be significantly more in 2018. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)
Kids from the Victoria Youth Field Lacrosse hit the field for the association’s Back to the Field Canada 150 celebration recently. Association president Larissa Coates hopes to get more turf fields installed around the West Shore. (Contributed photo)

Local athletic association calling for more turf fields

Demand for field time a premium in the West Shore

Kids from the Victoria Youth Field Lacrosse hit the field for the association’s Back to the Field Canada 150 celebration recently. Association president Larissa Coates hopes to get more turf fields installed around the West Shore. (Contributed photo)
The after-school offerings from West Shore Parks and Recreation will have a new addition this fall with the creation of the After School Trekkers program for kids from kindergarten to Grade 5. Photo courtesy of West Shore Parks and Recreation.

After-school care focused on fun: West Shore Parks/Rec. offers new program this fall

Students in Colwood, Langford may be registered for After School Trekkers

The after-school offerings from West Shore Parks and Recreation will have a new addition this fall with the creation of the After School Trekkers program for kids from kindergarten to Grade 5. Photo courtesy of West Shore Parks and Recreation.
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