PROGRAMS

WEEKLY GRIEF SUPPORT WALKS

Walking Groups are a no-cost, drop-in grief conversation group. Walks are open to all who are 18+ who are grieving. The walks last approximately 30 minutes and then end with a guided conversation on the themes of grief and loss.

For more information, contact Bill at bill.harder@pcsbv.ca

CANMORE WALKING GROUP - INDOOR

Every Wednesday from 130pm to 230pm

Canmore Recreation Centre,

1900 8th Avenue, Canmore

We will meet at the reception desk in the recreation centre.

Walking Group

BANFF WALKING GROUP - INDOOR

Every Monday morning from 10am to 11am

Fenlands Recreation Centre,

100 Mt Norquay Rd #2F, Banff

We will meet at the reception desk in the recreation centre.

WEEKLY DROP-IN VIRTUAL GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP

STARTING MARCH 1st!

Every Tuesday over Zoom from 7pm to 8pm

Email bill.harder@pcsbv.ca to register and receive the Zoom link.

SPEAKER SERIES 

 Our Speaker Series has been a popular program of the PCSBV over the past few years and has evolved to be a monthly discussion on topics of interest such as palliative and hospice care, living with serious illness, and caregiver supports.

The Speaker Series typically takes place on the final Wednesday of the month.

APRIL SPEAKER SERIES - April 27 at noon

IMAGINE the way that lives touch each other as volunteers engage with families across the Bow Valley helping to navigate the challenges that lay ahead during a palliative or end-of-life journey. On April 27th, Bill Harder will share information about our client support volunteer program, volunteers from the program will share their stories, and it is a chance for community to learn about how to get involved - either as volunteers, or to understand the program on offer.

REGISTER HERE.

VIDEO LIBRARY

Interested in seeing past events and presentations?

As the PCSBV conducts events and activities and creates learning resource videos, the Video Library is a great place to learn more.

Shot of a senior couple having a consultation with a doctor at home

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

RESOURCE GUIDE

In 2018, a dedicated group of PCSBV volunteers compiled this Resource Guide to help those seeking resources, information and support in our community. 

The Resource Guide was published in 2019 and will be undergoing an update. However, the list of resources may still be helpful as a starting point to explore information what is available across the Bow Valley. 

DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE