CBS is proud of all the work you have done, Bhutanese seniors. Your work is commendable and exemplary. Your commitment and dedication for the community is really inspiring. Millions of thanks to Lethbridge Family Services for initiating and arranging an opportunity and Lethbridge College for providing the land for the seniors to use their skills and work.
The Lethbridge Bhutanese Seniors group hosted its annual Harvest Celebration at the Lethbridge College community gardens Friday, where hundreds of pounds of homegrown produce was donated to local food banks.
The Bhutanese Seniors group is a club comprised of former refugees who work to learn language and social skills in Canada.
Canadian Bhutanese Society has been successful in securing the winning shield in badminton and volleyball in Western Canada Regional Nepalese Sports and Cultural Event hosted by Winnipeg, Manitoba. Both boys and girls teams had been successful in winning the badminton game on both single and double entries. Girls volleyball team also secured the top position. With exceptional performance of the soccer team of both boys and girls teams had been able to bring home the running cup.
All Nepalese from Western Canada competed in Western Canada Regional Nepalese Sports and Cultural Event in five different games of soccer, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, and dandi biyo (Nepali national game).
All the players in all games played well with good coordination and sportsmanship. In spite of having no professionals coaches and no proper training, the youth participants have made the Canadian Bhutanese Society proud of their members by displaying their skills and enthusiasm. You have proved that with little coaching, full determination and team work, we all can achieve what we want. Congratulations and thank you to all the participants taking your time off and representing your society and making everyone of us proud. Special thanks goes to Chandra Adhikari, Sports Coordinator, for taking extra effort in training the participants, coordinating, and being together with the participants in achieving what we got today.
Canadian Bhutanese Society is pleased to announce that they have collected an amount of $1738.00 as an initiative to help Fort McMurray Albertans to get back to their life after the devastating fire destroyed the entire city. CBS presented the collected amount through Canadian Red Cross, Lethbridge. CBS thanks donors and volunteers for their selfless contributions.
Canadian Bhutanese Society (CBS) is happy to announce a Cultural Concert on 30th April Saturday in Southminister united church at 7:00 pm . Come one and come all, Let us enjoy the evening with Adrian Pradhan special from the heart of Nepal. Its time to celebrate the Spring at the Musical Night.
Adrian Pradhan – widely considered to be one of the elite figures in the Nepali Music. Pradhan, along with his former band – the 1974 AD, has already made a gigantic mark in the Nepalese music industry. They are one of the greatest, and the most successful bands to ever come out of Nepal. Adrian Pradhan is currently embarking on a successful solo journey.
We urge you all to mark your calendar and join us to support a community event at Southminster United Church in Downtown opposite City Hall. Its in April 30th.
The Cultural Concert will showcase various ethnic Nepali music along with local artist. Its main objective is to provide opportunity for our local artist as well as introduce a cultural musical blend to Lethbridge. The concert will keep our musical tradition alive as well as enrich the main stream society.
The proceeds from this concert will be used for CBS Community Development program.
We believe you will support this initiative and join us on Saturday, April 30, 2016.
Canadian Bhutanese Society will be welcoming a guest from Australia, Mr Om Dhungyel, on Friday, April 29, 2016 at their office. We will be exchanging our knowledge and experience on our resettlement in Lethbridge and in other parts of the world to build up stronger and successful communities in our new homes. He has been on a tour of countries where Bhutanese have resettled. It will be an exciting time to share our own experiences and getting to know of others. Interested Bhutanese community members are invited to attend the discussion.
Canadian Bhutanese Society is screening a movie ‘Hostel Returns‘ at Movie Mill, Lethbridge on April 3, 2016, Show time-3:00 PM. Hostel Returns is a 2015 Nepalese teen romance film directed by Suraj Bhusal and produced by Sunil Rawal under Durgish Films banner. This film is a sequel to 2013 film Hostel and is based on the hostel life of civil engineering students. Despite being the sequel of Hostel, no previous stars are cast on this film . In fact, the film stars new faces of Sushil Shrestha,Sashi Shrestha, Swastima Khadka,Sushil Sitaula and Abhaya Baral.
Tickets can be purchased from any of the CBS Board Members for $10 only. You can also check our face book page at ‘cbslethbridge’ and comment on the status, so that someone will guide you to get your ticket before they are all out.
Hope to see you all in Movie mill.