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what3words

The what3words app is now available in Ontario for iOS and Android devices.  Based on a global mapping system, the app assigns three-word tags to three-metre locations. When 911 gets these three-words, they are able to convert them into latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates and so quickly locate ...

Summer 2021 Jobs for Students

Summer Day Camp The SSCA is looking for a Director and an Assistant Director to run the summer Day Camp Program! Applications should be submitted by April 1st. We are looking for enthusiastic, mature, organized, and patient individuals who love working with children 5-12 years of age. The Directors ...

Winter Book Club Meeting

We will meet on Zoom to discuss The Dutch House by Ann Patchett on Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:00 PM.  Dawn Drayton has kindly offered to lead the discussion and Cathie Singer will send out the link before the meeting. Looking forward to seeing you at this event! Hope you are also thinking about books ...

SSCA Fire Zone Map

Many years ago, Herb Ratz and Fred Schweitzer, SSCA Directors, came up with the concept of fire zones across the Sans Souci area that associates cottages into clusters or zones. There is a link to this Fire Zone map in Fire and Safety under Committees.  To see or update your cottage Fire Zone, log into ...

BAYFlix Watch Suggestions from GBF

   Water Levels Water Levels 101. There are at least 13 complex drivers of water levels that fall under hydrologic, geomorphic, and regulatory categories. Get an overview of 80% of these factors in GBF’s David Sweetnam’s widely acclaimed recorded webinar: Water Levels, What’s Going On? 1 hour. https://youtu.be/1C54Lp8-t_0 ...

Bear Safety

Bear Safety! There have been many bear sightings over the past couple of weeks, including a mother bear and her two cubs. It is wonderful to see these beautiful animals in their natural habitat. It is another experience altogether to have a bear break into your cottage. For the safety of bears, as well ...

Flight of the Monarch Day

This nation-wide event to recognize the iconic monarch butterfly was held on August 22nd. The annual monarch migration begins in March when they leave their overwintering grounds in Mexico and begin the journey north. During migration, the females search for milkweed plants on which to lay eggs. After ...

Environment

Download iNaturalist to Help Science gather Biodiversity Information iNaturalist is an online community that allows each of us to connect and share nature observations, from rare species to the most common. These observations help guide a variety of conservation, research, and mitigation initiatives. ...

The Outer Island Adventure Race

Saturday, August 22nd (rain date: August 23rd).  All experience levels and age classes will be offered for: kayakers (single or double); surf skiers; stand-up paddle boarders and canoeists.  Early bird fee is $10. After August 15th, the fee is $15.  Please email sscaprograms@gmail.com to register ...

Aquafit Classes

Are being held on Tuesdays from 9 to 9:45 and Fridays from 10 to 10:45 throughout the month of August at the deep end of the SSCA swimming area.  Aquafit is an excellent cardio workout and Georgian Bay offers a tough resistance training environment.  These classes will target all levels of athlete ...