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Regular Office Hours

TUESDAY -  FRIDAY 10am - 2pm.

Please feel free to drop in and visit Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; Wednesday by appointment only.

4430 Happy Valley Road, Metchosin BC V9C 3Z3

Otherwise send an email to mcahouse@telus.net or leave a voice mail 250-478-5155 and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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MCA House Happenings 

March 2024

Mondays

Vancouver Island Health Authority Adult Day Program – 9:00am–3:30pm. Contact Mobile program coordinator Ken Hillicke at 250-213-2440. 

 

Knitting Café. The evening group will meet 7:00–9:00pm on the first and third Mondays monthly. For more info on the evening group, call Heather at 250-478-6590. Knitters of all levels are welcome.

Tuesdays

Drop-In Art Group. This friendly and supportive group of artists and hobbyists meets Tuesday mornings 9:30am–12:30pm at the MCHouse. Everyone is welcome. If you would like to join the group, contact Arlene at 250-391-7905. 

 

Knitting Café. The afternoon group will meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays monthly 1:00pm–4:00pm. For more information on the afternoon group, call Nance at 250-478-7708 after 11:00am. Knitters of all levels are welcome.  

Wednesdays

Vancouver Island Health Authority Adult Day Program. 9:00am–3:30 pm (see Monday for details).

Thursdays

Weights and Measures. 8:30am–10:00am weekly. Weights and Measures is a weight loss and healthy lifestyle support group for anyone in the community. For more information contact Nancy at 250-478-7487

 

Creative Rug Hooking. The first and third Thursdays monthly, 10:00am–1:30pm, led by Sheila Stewart, certified Instructor of Traditional Rug Hooking. Free instruction for beginners; kit available for $25.  Contact Sheila (250-595-6406, email blueheronstudio@telus.net) to discuss supplies needed. Experienced rug hookers are invited to bring their own projects.

  

Fridays

Parent and Tot Program

9:30am–11:30am. Calling all Metchosin tots! The Parent and Tot Drop-In Program invites Moms, Dads, Caregivers and their young children to join us Friday mornings for our community program. Children will have access to toys, books and craft opportunities. You will enjoy our relaxed, supportive environment and connecting with other parents and children. We look forward to seeing you and your little ones. 


Friday Socials. The last Friday of each month from 1:00pm-3:00 pm. Drop in for coffee and conversation. Hosted by Baha’is of Metchosin and the Seniors’ Resource Centre. SRC offers drives to anyone who needs a ride; call 250-478-5150 or email SRC.  All ages, everyone is welcome!  Details https://metchosinseniors.ca/friday-socials/  


Ukulele Gathering. 5:00pm–6:30pm, third Friday of each month. Open to community members of all ages and levels of talent. Bring: a ukulele, capo, tuner, music stand, and a few songs you are willing to share/lead/teach with appropriate song sheets for others. For information contact Margaretha; memetopia@shaw.ca 


Friday Film Night  7pm - 10pm, last Friday of each month. In association with Pearson College, open to the community

For more information contact Samuel Perez de Leon at sperez@pearsoncollege.ca

 

 

Interested in Renting MCA House?

Please click on our rentals page for more information.


For inquiries please leave a message at 250-478-5155 or email mcahouse@telus.net.


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Communicable Disease Prevention Plan for MCA

The Metchosin Community Association (MCA) requests that all program leads, and private renters review our organization’s Communicable Disease Prevention Plan and follow its guidelines. These guidelines are based on recommendations from BC Health.

Community House user groups and private renters are required to self-monitor and not use the facility if they are ill or/and have symptoms of communicable disease, or have had recent contact with someone who has a communicable disease.

The House capacity is current 100% (80 people).

Masks and Proof of Vaccines are no longer a requirement, however, the MCA strongly recommend that rental and program organizers err on the side of caution and consider masking and vaccination requirements, especially when there are high-risk participants or activities. The MCA also encourages that rentals and program organizers leave windows / doors open to promote better ventilation and or turn on the switch for the ventilation fan. The rental and program organizers are responsible for proper cleaning and disinfection of the house after each event.