We’re excited to welcome TwentyTwo Taphouse to our neighbourhood, opening soon! They’ve been hard at work renovating the old Gilligan’s Pub to bring a fresh new taphouse and social eatery to Sechelt. Their menu will feature locally focused and globally inspired flavours with fresh, high quality ingredients. Follow them at @twentytwotaphouse on Instagram to see their progress!
Grand Opening of the Two DC Fast Chargers at Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt. We had favorable weather. We gave the chargers a try and had a nice ribbon cutting ceremony. Our non-event should capture some attention, in fact already has by coast residents, local council and federal political parties. View opening here
We’re excited to welcome two new tenants to the mall, Fills Good Zero Waste Refill Shop and the Sunshine Coast Lavender Farm! Both will be opening soon, so be sure to check in and give them a warm welcome when you stop by next. Support local! Follow @fills_good and @sclavender_farm for their latest updates. … Continued
El Segundo’s Scarlet Osborne has been working hard to petition the federal government to expand COVID-19 government support to small business owners who opened their doors for the first time in 2020, and she’s making waves! Recently interviewed by Ginella Massa on CBC’s Canada Tonight, Scarlet was able to share her story and push for … Continued
***UPDATED DEC 8 *** SANTA PHOTOS CANCELLED – Please be advised that the November 19, 2020 Provincial Health Order (PHO) has been extended to January 8, 2021. As such, Santa’s Annual Visit on December 12 & 19 will be CANCELLED.
Shop Downtown Sechelt and Trail Bay Centre after hours. Enjoy great deals at our local shops, live music, holiday light displays and hot beverages. Thank you for shopping local!
Holiday Fun at the Centre, new for 2020 come see the Wishing Tree on the corner of Trail Ave and Cowrie Ave. Everyone is welcome to come and make a wish safely! Over 4,500 lights! 🎅🎄🎁 #eatmeetshop
An array of 350 photovoltaic panels has been installed on the roof over Clayton’s Heritage Market in Sechelt’s Trail Bay Centre. It’s the first 100-kilowatt net-metred system powering a grocery store in B.C. that’s hooked up to BC Hydro’s grid, according to Alevtina Akbulatova, BC Hydro’s net metering program manager.
As the province’s economic restart continues, a lot of eyes are on downtown Sechelt, one of the Coast’s principal business districts and home to the types of retail and hospitality businesses hardest hit in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.