The complete list of winners of the 2018 Salty Awards is online now!!
Join us for the fall Chamber Member Mixer at the Harbour House Hotel's Woodley's Restaurant and Patio! This fun networking and social gathering is a great time to meet fellow Chamber members, prospective members and our volunteer Board of Directors. The fee to attend is only $10 and this includes your first glass of wine or beer and snacks provided by Woodley's. Raffle prizes featuring great Salt Spring provisions and cash bar. Join us on Wednesday, September 19th from 5-7 for some networking fun!
Congratulations to the Salt Spring Economic Development Commission for your new website called Opportunity Salt Spring. It is well designed and full of great information on starting a business on the island, growing and existing business or relocating to this wonderful community.
2018 Annual General Meeting was held on June 6th at the Lion’s Hall – New Board of Directors and Executive Elected!
The Salt Spring Chamber AGM was held on Wednesday, June 6th from 5:30 to 6:30. We reviewed the past year's activities and events, provided a financial report and conducted an election of Directors for 2018/19. A Member Mixer followed with great networking, food and a cash bar.
Salt Spring Island's 2018 Home & Garden Show last weekend was a resounding success in attracting attendance of 1350 from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon. Over 40 businesses including specialized trades, financial services, retail, alternative energy, building supplies and community service and volunteer organizations had the opportunity to "show and tell" islanders and their friends about their products and services, all available locally. This event was supported by the 320 members of the Salt Spring Chamber of Commerce.
The Salish Sea Marine Trail is born! - BC Marine Trails Network: Kayak tours, adventure, kayaking maps. Trans Canada Trail (TCT) and BC Marine Trails Network Association have come up with the perfect recipe for connecting Vancouver Island and the rest of Canada by trail. Just add saltwater and stir with a paddle. The result will be the Salish Sea Marine Trail, a blueway – a saltwater route designed for paddlecraft and small beachable boats