Interior Community Services Canine Ambassadors
Interior Community Services recognizes the powerful love and connection that animals can bring to folks from all walks of life. We are lucky enough to have two canine ambassadors whose job it is to welcome folks into the agency and to provide comfort, connection and a few laughs due their silly actions.
Teddy Bear Mother Goose Picnic.
We are going "Into the Wilderness" for our annual Teddy Bear Mother Goose Picnic.
Thursday June 14th 10:00am-12:30pm
Riverside Park (East End)
Purpose: To promote early literacy through a variety of play-based activities.
Make Children First 2018 Annual Report
Please check out our Make Children First 2018 Annual Report.
Cultural Healing -Traditional Baby Swing Workshop
Secwepemc Child and Family Services and Interior Community Services are proud to present, "The Traditional Baby Swing Teachings as Cultural Healing" Workshop. You can attend this one day workshop on either March 28th or March 29th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Cooking for Life
Interior Community Services will be offering a Food Skills for Families Cooking class starting in April. It is Tuesday evenings for 6 weeks (April 10th to May 6th), completely free and open to the public, clients, and staff and it will be held at the Mt Paul Food Centre.
There is a maximum limit of 12 participants for this session. Registration is with Lesley at the 765 office – contact number is 250-376-3660.