Sunnybrae Community Association

Sunnybrae, British Columbia

Sunnybrae Coffeehouse – Sat 12th Feb

Tickets: Advanced Only!

Online Tickets:

or call 250-463-2514

Hall Closure – Sep 12th 2021

To all members of the Sunnybrae Community Association and patrons of the Sunnybrae Community Hall.

On September 13th the BC PHO Order regarding vaccine passports will come into effect. (

This requires us as a Non-Profit Organization, by law, to enforce proof of vaccination upon entry to the Community hall.

It is all too evident that many individuals, businesses and organizations across the province have faced some challenging times navigating through the last 18 months of the pandemic, and these challenges include the social divisiveness and criticism that has arisen, specifically with the recent stances regarding the new PHO Order.

With this in mind the SCA have decided to close its doors to public rentals (excluding elections) on September 12th 2021.

Protecting the community is our priority, following Provincial law is our obligation, and it has been agreed that this next-step is the best course of action to ensure we can do just that.We do hope that everyone continues to stay safe, we appreciate the continued support we have received this year, and we look forward to welcoming you back to the Community hall in the future.

**Please note: This will not effect advanced voting at the hall September 10th/11th/12th/13th, as the elections do not fall under the upcoming PHO Order. However a Covid-19 Safety Plan will be in place**We thank you for your understanding.

The Board of Directors

Sunnybrae Community Association

Covid-19 Safety Plan

Hello all!

The Sunnybrae Community Hall has been closed since the beginning of the Covid-19 lockdown in March. However, there are plans to re-open the hall soon, and the board of directors at the SCA have created a Covid-19 Safety Plan based on WorkSafeBC guidelines. Please head to our Meetings, Minutes & Correspondence page to download a copy. We will also have a copy available at the Community Hall by the front entrance.

We look forward to re-opening and providing some safe activities for the Community to get involved in!

Shuswap Emergency Program – Covid-19

Some great information here provided by Barbra Fairclough, Neighbourhood Emergency Plan (NEP) Coordinator.
For any one who has concern as to response due to a 911 emergency call this information is from the Shuswap Emergency Program.
Recently the South Shuswap First Responders and North Shuswap First Responders (medical response prior to an ambulance arriving) have stated that neither will be responding due to their lack of Personal Protective Equipment. Shuswap Emergency Program advises that BC Ambulance Service will still be responding and residents should continue to use the 911 system to report medical emergencies.
More information will be forth coming but I wanted to get this information out allay anyone’s concerns about response to 911 calls.
Establishing community preparedness and resilience…..
Here are some useful links of interest
World Health Organization COVID-19 weblink:
To view tables of epidemic curve and age distribution, visit:
For the latest videos and livestreaming of COVID-19 media availabilities: on Facebook: on Twitter:

Tuesday 25th February – Housing Needs Survey & Presentation

At the Sunnybrae Community Hall on Tuesday 25th February at 6:00pm

CSRD Feb 25

Just a few Shuswap Community Announcements:


A Spring Update

Ghost notesIt’s time to relax here in Sunnybrae after quite the busy month! Our Swing into Spring event welcomed an eager crowd of all ages to the dance floor, with two full sets of top-class Hot Club Jazz music, delivered by Salmon Arm’s The Ghost Notes. A huge thanks goes out to Willy Gaw, Darren Herting, Bill Lockie & Mike Scharf for their incredible and engaging performance. Be sure to check them out when you get the chance, they won’t disappoint! A very gracious thank you to all the local businesses who contributed a wealth of goodies to the prize raffle: Salmon Arm Silverbacks, Downtown Askew’s Foods, Martina’s Classic Barber Shoppe, Synergy Studio, Braby Motors, Hudson Vintage, On Alex, Shuswap Pie Company, Moon River Designs, Roots & Blues Festival and board member Karen Berger.

Thank you to Sunnybrae Vineyards & Winery and Crannóg Ales for the delicious beverages, to Hudson Vintage, The Shuswap Pie Company, Acorn Music and the Tappen Co-op for supporting us with ticket sales, to the The South Shuswap Scoop and Shuswap Culture for spreading the word, and to the Tappen Sunnybrae Fire Department for providing us with a “Safe Ride Home” service.

Further thanks goes out to all involved with the Sunnybrae Coffeehouse, which has now wrapped up its season until October 2019. Big thanks to Shuswap Coffee Company for sponsoring us with the tastiest coffee in the Shuwap, as well as our other event sponsors: Hudson Vintage, Tappen Co-op, Shuswap Logistics, Power Autobody and Sunnybrae Vineyards & Winery. To the Sunnybrae Seniors Hall for keeping everyone very well fed throughout the whole season – Thank you! And of course, to all the volunteers, performers and participants who keep this vibrant Community gathering alive!

Hall Sign

And finally, a few more checks on the to-do list with our hall renovations and upgrades, including a very kind donation from Shuswap Logistics, who brought in a gorgeous new sign for the hall exterior. It really is the icing on the renovation cake – thank you! A special thanks to Power Autobody for painting it up too!

As the board takes a little break for the summer season hall rentals, we’d like to wish you a great rest of your spring and a most excellent summer in the Shuswap! Keep yourself updated on our Facebook Page: Sunnybrae Community Association and our website for public notices, SCA General Meetings and other such things.

See you around!

Good times coming this month!

Closing out the season on Saturday 11th May is none other than our Shuswap veterans: Birchbark! Birchbark are a band who have been performing in the area since around 1995, with the members having collaborated musically for over 30 years! With this experience brings an extensive and most excellent repertoire of originals and covers, often tied to beautiful life experiences and stories. Prepare yourselves for a healthy mix of instruments, spanning across multiple genres from Bluegrass to Swing, Folk and Celtic. With Jean Brighouse on upright-bass, Richard Owings on violin & guitar, Alan Bates on guitar and Sue Kyle on guitar, banjo, penny whistle, bodrhan and whatever else she can get her hands on, Birchbark are sure to bring a joyous farewell to the 2018-2019 Coffeehouse season. See you at 6:30pm for doors/sign-up and 7:30pm for the show. Admission $3 and everyone is welcome as always. Searching for dinner and a show on the night? Head on over to the Sunnybrae Seniors Hall from 5:30-7:00pm where you’ll find a delicious plate of dinner for $10. Or a bargain $12 for dinner & Coffeehouse entry! Reservations recommended: 250 835 8800.

In other very exciting news, the Sunnybrae Community Association will be throwing a fundraiser event on Saturday 25th May, so please mark your calendars, book your babysitters and get yourselves ready for “Swing into Spring!”: an evening of live music and dance with Salmon Arm’s “The Ghost Notes”. With Willy Gaw and Darren Herting on guitar, Mike Scharf on saxophone and Bill Lockie on upright-bass, this incredibly talented quartet are no strangers to the downtown Jazz scene of the Shuswap. Expect no less than high energy Swing and Hot Club Jazz music (think Django Reinhardt), a hugely welcoming vibe and absolutely no previous dance experience necessary! There will be a cash bar serving beer, local wine (sorry no minors at this event) and nibbles, and a by-donation Safe Ride Home can be arranged by calling 250 835 8696; a service very kindly provided by the Tappen Sunnybrae Fire Department. There will also be a cash raffle-draw going on too so if winning prizes whilst also supporting your local Community Association is your thing… you’re in luck! Tickets for this event are $15 and will be available at Acorn Music, Shuswap Pie Company, Hudson Vintage, the Tappen Co-op, and at the doors. Doors open at 6:30pm with the band opening for the evening at 7:30pm. We are all so very excited to bring this event to the Shuswap, and truly look forward to welcoming all who join us in support of live music, Community get-togethers and Community fundraisers! Please spread the word and share the Facebook Event: Swing into Spring.

Updated Contact Information

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Hey there everyone! Just to notify you on our updated email address:

Please direct all your rental and general enquiries to this new address! For rentals you can also contact:

250 835 8657

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