Lynn Valley Days Volunteer Session at Mollie Nye House

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Mollie Nye House

Lynn Valley Days organisers are offering a drop-in session for people to find out about the opportunities for volunteering, signing up for a job, and to receive a brief orientation.

People can stop in at any time between 10am and noon.

If you can’t make it on May 9th, no problem – just email volunteer@lynnvalleyday.ca

There are a wide variety of jobs with shifts from 2-5 hours in length.

For more information about this event please call us at 604-987-5820

The Mollie Nye House was built in 1913 in anticipation of the arrival of Mollie Nye to parents Jack and Olive, who were among the first homesteaders in Lynn Valley. The house remains much the same as it did in 1913, with the exception of the basement which was added to provide additional space for community programmes and events.

The Nye family were involved in all aspects of the community and Mollie was no exception. She taught thousands of children over the years and was awarded both the Canadian Centenary Medal and the Queen’s medal for her services to the community. After her retirement, Mollie loved to invite visitors into her home and today we are proud to continue that tradition.

Now owned by the District of North Vancouver, The House is operated by the Lynn Valley Services Society and is home to the Lynn Valley Seniors and the Lynn Valley Community Associations.

The House and gardens are lovingly maintained by a small staff and a large band of dedicated volunteers. Our goal is to provide a gathering place where residents feel welcome, to offer activities of all kinds, and special events which strengthen the sense of belonging and community. Our charming rooms are also available to the community to rent for meetings, parties, workshops, and more, which can be accommodated during daytime, evening or weekend.

Please feel free to drop in and check us out!

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