Cammidge House Committee/
Boundary Bay Park Association


We are a group of local citizens interested in promoting the use of Cammidge House as a community facility and the enhancement of Boundary Bay Regional Park.

Community and Park Involvement

Community Events
Sunday in the Park: Celebrates Father's Day with an invitation to local children to send us a short letter in appreciation of their fathers with a small trophy being awarded to the selected winner. This event takes place at Centennial Beach with the Tsawwassen/Boundary Bay Lions Club serving a pancake breakfast while entertainers provide background music.

• Summer Car Boot Sales: Twice a month, from June to September, we invite everyone to bring their unwanted treasures in their cars to Centennial Beach where they can be displayed for sale. Saturday morning brings out all those people who walk on the beach trails and they enjoy some relaxed shopping on the way. This event has become a tradition both for the sellers and the buyers and is a major fundraiser for the committee.

Birds on the Bay: In conjunction with Birds on the Bay, Cammidge House hosts a slide show of birdlife; this is followed by a workshop on wildlife photography technique.

• Santa in the Park: Every December, we invite the children of South Delta and the region (and their parents) to visit with Santa at Cammidge House and enjoy complimentary refreshments and gifts.

Heritage Day: An annual event during Heritage Week to celebrate local heritage. Tea served in Cammidge House.

In the Park
• Throughout the summer, members of the committee maintain the flower beds surrounding Cammidge House.
• The landscaping around the new extension to the existing children's playground was funded by monies raised from the boot sales.
• We are working with the Centennial Beach Site Planning Concept Group with respect to the new concession and beach facilities.

How to get involved
To find out how you can get involved with Cammidge House, contact Jennifer at the Metro Vancouver West Area Parks office at (604) 224-5739, or by email.
All events are listed in Check it Out.

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Last updated 28 June 2013

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