Association for the Protection of Rural Metchosin
The Association for the Protection of Rural Metchosin is a non-profit society dedicated to maintaining the rural quality of life and peaceful coexistence of homes, farmlands, diverse livelihoods, natural habitats, forests, and trails in the community.
Chosin Chatters Toastmasters Club
Chosin Chatters is an active group of Metchosinites who meet weekly to learn and practice leadership skills. Everyone welcome.
Metchosin 4H Club
The 4-H program provides young people with an opportunity to learn how to become productive, self-assured adults who can make their community and country a good place in which to live.
Metchosin Arts and Cultural Centre Association
The MACCA purpose is to provide suitable facilities and programs for the arts and cultural community in Metchosin.
Metchosin Biodiversity Project
Home of the Metchosin BioBlitz and MycoBlitz.
Metchosin Community House
A non-profit community-building organization, open to all members of the community, with the purpose of initiating, encouraging and organizing a variety of educational, recreational, cultural and other community activities within Metchosin.
Metchosin Equestrian Society
A non-profit society horse club that was formed in 1988 to provide riding facilities, take care of the Municipal Riding Ring and establish a permanent trail system in Metchosin.
Preservation and stewardship of Metchosin’s unique lands and waters for the benefit of all
Metchosin Free Range Singers
The Metchosin Free Range Singers is a four part harmony community choir that welcomes any and all voices interested in a choral experience, from absolute beginner to seasoned professional, no matter where they live.
Metchosin Garden Club
The Metchosin Garden Club Society, is a vibrant, active club representing varied and diversified interests in gardening and horticulture.
Metchosin Museum Society
Dedicated to the European Pioneers and their settlement of Metchosin.
Race Rocks Ecological Reserve
Race Rocks Ecological Reserve was established to protect intertidal and subtidal communities that are extremely rich as a result of strong tidal currents.
Rocky Point Bird Observatory
Rocky Point Bird Observatory seeks to influence and inform conservation and ecological management practises of migratory birds in western North America through monitoring, scientific research and public education.
Taking Pounds off Sensibly.
Weekly meetings are the heart of TOPS’ support. They usually last an hour or so. You’re welcome to attend your first meeting at any chapter location free of charge—bring a friend if you like. There’s no obligation.
The BC SPCA Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre (Wild ARC) on Southern Vancouver Island treats over 1,800 injured and orphaned wild animals each year.